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About the Story2 boys arrive at a magical foster home...
My kids & I wrote this as the 1st in a series for children 7-11. We aimed for simple choice-driven IF that emphasizes not so much the pyrotechnics but the pleasures of reading, something to snuggle up with...
12th Place - 19th Annual Interactive Fiction Competition (2013)
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A children's story with great production values, June 4, 2016
This game is about a house with a magic inhabitant. Crazy stuff happens all of the time in this house; lava, magic rooms, moving pictures, etc.
I didn't really get caught up in the game, but it is well done.
Cute CYOA for young readers, November 21, 2013
I think the text is a little long for young people, and I think it could use some editing and paring down to make it more readable, especially for the target audience of children reading on the web.
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