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About the Story"The gateway opens once a week. Tomorrow I'm going in." Three schoolkids discover something very, very bad in an abandoned school.
Originally written for the A Game By its Cover jam. Submitted to ECTOCOMP 2017.
Content warnings for self-loathing, death and avoidable animal cruelty.
7th Place, Le Grand Guignol (English) - EctoComp 2017
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A fun little creepy web-based game at a school with some text effects, November 3, 2017
You play as a schoolgirl who makes a bizarre discovery with her friends. The game branches quite a bit, with each branch fairly short.
I'd go into more detail, but the interest of the game lies entirely in the oddness of it all.
I found one small issue; the 'cockroach' link led to a page which was just a blank line; this was my first playthrough, and I had to restart. I ended up playing through 3 times.
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