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Cover Me In Leaves is an experimental work of interactive horror fiction, about bright minds, and the end of all things. Fresh out of high school, with no prospects or aspirations, you've remained here in your small town. Everyone you knew and loved has moved on for better things. You're alone. So you get your first tattoo.
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This is the kind of Twine game I expect to find on Itch. It's more interactive short story than game, and there are no choices to be made. You just click through the passages. The story features a vaguely queer protagonist in a dying town, with allusions to homophobia and other abuses that are, for the most part, only described obliquely. In short, it fits with the genre.
But the writing is decent, and the presentation is beyond stunning. Every passage is accompanied by excellent pixel art, and the glitchy passage-to-passage transition looks fantastic. The music is good too, haunting ambient chords that set the mood well.
Playtime: about 10 minutes. The author's site is down, so you'll have to play the game on Itch.
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