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Ms. Lojka or: In Despair to Will to Be Oneself

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2016

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A technical marvel with a disjointed story about identity, April 7, 2016
by MathBrush
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This game has obviously been worked on for a long time; it has sound effects, a hand-made typewriting visual effect, some unconventional interactions with the browser, and several background images of what appear to be hand-drawn images, all by the same artist. This makes for a very polished experience.

However, I found myself frustrated by the slow typewriter effect. I frequently wanted to skip ahead. The only time I found it effective was at the very end.

The story is disjointed and odd. At first, I didn't like it, but it began to gel together the further along it went. It was a bit over the top at times, but it succeeded in the very end of keeping me intrigued and invested.

I'm giving it a star for polish, a star for descriptive writing, and a star for emotional impact.

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Jordan Magnuson, May 4, 2016 - Reply
Thank you for the thoughtful feedback, Matt.
MathBrush, May 4, 2016 - Reply
Thanks for your game; I've heard a lot of comments by people saying they enjoyed it, and I did too.
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