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"¡Qué frío hacía!; la nieve y la noche comenzaban a caer lentamente sobre la ciudad aquel día de San Silvestre, el último del viejo año. En medio del frío y la oscuridad crecientes, una pobre niña vagaba sola por las calles, desclaza y con la cabeza descubierta [...]. Volvíase a casa hambrienta y medio helada, ¡y parecía tan abatida! Rendida, se sentó en el suelo, en un ángulo que formaban dos casas -–una más saliente que la otra–-, y se acurrucó hecha un ovillo."
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This work my JFM Lisaso is a canonical piece of what IF for the XXI century should be. Sadly for you, reader, it is in Spanish.
It is an interactive retelling of Andersen's The Little Match-Seller. Parsed based but with a framework powered by Vorple that make it looks and sounds amazing. Also, it has an advanced UI where you can play solely using hyperlinks or the classical parser, or a simplified one a-la Aaron Reed's Blue Lacuna. So it is a rare example of a hypertext story build using a world model (Inform 6 is under the wraps).
The story is the classical one, gripping and effective powered by interactivity and multimedia. A masterpiece.
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