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Final Girl

by Hanon Ondricek profile

Horror
2013

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About the Story

===NOTE: FINAL GIRL is currently down due to technical difficulties. The author apologizes for the inconvenience.===

Everyone is dead. You are still alive. The Skull Lake Stalker might have a trick or two left up his sleeve. Will you survive the last reel of the movie?

Final Girl is presented in the Storynexus engine, and requires creation of a free account, or a Facebook, Twitter, or existing Fallen London login to remember your place in the story. The game is completely free of charge to play.

Game Details

Language: English (en)
First Publication Date: September 29, 2013
Current Version: Unknown
Development System: StoryNexus
IFID: Unknown
TUID: 4bz5v9s48zngukkv

Awards

13th Place - 19th Annual Interactive Fiction Competition (2013)

Nominee, Best Use of Innovation - 2013 XYZZY Awards


News

Updated Strategy Guide December 9, 2013
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Editorial Reviews

Emily Short's Interactive Storytelling
IF Comp 2013: Final Girl (Hanon Ondricek)
I like this idea, and there is a lot about it that’s pretty well executed. The writing is sometimes on the cheesy side, but in a way that suits the genre. There are some genuinely creepy bits of imagery, and hints of an extensive backstory. The stalker turns up at some expected times and some unexpected ones, so you’re basically never completely safe.
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paean to wanderings (Sam Kabo Ashwell)
If you want something straightforwardly fun: play Final Girl
"….on balance I found it mildly enjoyable."
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Doug's World
Now this is how you write interactive fiction!
"Final Girl" has a professional feel to it. The writing evokes an alternating sense of fear and dark humor, both appropriate for the slasher-genre this game represents. There is a well-crafted story within this game- a mystery to solve and danger to escape.
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The Breakfast Review: IFComp 2013
This is the breakfast buffet.
"….a game that manages this sort of a hold on me, and keeps me entertained through more than a dozen iterations, deserves a 10. Hand over the popcorn."
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Pissy Little Sausages (Jenni Polodna)
"Helicopter cats. Man. That’d be the best."
"That was probably the most fun I’ve had with a comp game so far."
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ala Wade Clarke
Final Girl is a highly innovative horror-thriller
"As it is tense and gruelling to be the final girl in a horror film, it is tense and gruelling to make your way through….This is an excellent horror game with a sense of fun..."
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2013 XYZZY Awards Nominees by Molly
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