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3rd Place - IntroComp 2010
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Lea's work is a satiric nod to the traditional IF conceit that is the player character. It is a very short work and includes in-game hints and a walkthough, which is UI metaphor I encourage all future games to include.
The work is mostly a puzzle game. The narrative elements are light. There is only one major tasks that the player must accomplish.
I would play other works by this author.
If you enjoyed A Fleeting Case of Self-Possession, or, Memento Moratori...
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