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About the StoryJordan is looking for his friend, Jesse, who is in hiding from the government. Picking up the trail, he discovers that Jesse is following the Grateful Dead on tour, but as Jordan immerses himself into the "deadhead" culture, he learns that Jesse is not currently in the same decade as those searching for him. The world is full of doors and logic is an illusion in this drug-fueled, time-travel adventure tale.
19th Place - 20th Annual Interactive Fiction Competition (2014)
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A time travel game about the grateful dead, June 5, 2016
by MathBrushJesse Stavros Doorway is a mid length game about a collection of people with the ability to travel through space and time. There is a good chunk of backstory available in-game.
The game is large, with complex inplementation, but it needs more beta testing; there are capitalization errors and "printed name" inform issues.
The setting is interesting, with a bunch of hippies time traveling to a grateful dead concert. The writing is descriptive.
I played with a walkthrough, as many actions were hard to come up with on my own.
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