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About the StoryThis is a multiple-choice game that exists on the SCP-Wiki, a site dedicated to creative 'containment procedures' for fictional anomalies.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:Monster-investigating CYOA given a self-aware twist, July 8, 2018
An SCP - standing either for “Secure, Contain, Protect” or “Secure Containment Procedures“, depending on who you ask - is also a weird phenomenon or creature; an aberration. Known only by a number, SCPs are governed and classified by a generically-named Foundation which is as much bureaucracy and
The majority of the SCP wiki is much as you might expect from an encyclopaedia.
SCP-3939 - the game - follows a familiar choose-your-own-adventure style, making the stakes clear straight away. The wiki’s structure is part of the story, too, since the encyclopaedia entry appears above the game text. The more you find out about the SCP, the longer the article becomes.
What makes this more interesting is the interaction between the story and the game. Not to spoil anything, but the crux of the story hinges on the very self-aware SCP. Good fun, especially if you’re already a fan of the SCP wiki.
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