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16 Ways to Kill a Vampire at McDonalds

by Abigail Corfman

2016

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- hollowaytape, October 6, 2017

- Julia Myer (USA), September 26, 2017

- jamesb (Lexington, Kentucky), August 13, 2017

- Wanderlust, August 3, 2017

- hogart, July 26, 2017

- Mike Spivey, July 22, 2017

- mapped, July 3, 2017

- oakheart17, July 1, 2017

- lastplaneout (Durham, NC), June 23, 2017

- Simon Deimel (Germany), June 1, 2017

A complex and well-clued twine game about killing vampires, May 9, 2017

This game is by the author of Open Sorcery, one of the best Twine games.

In this game, you play a side character in a Buffy the Vampire Slayer-type world. You need to kill a vampire!

The game is heavily location-and-inventory based, similar to the other high-rated IFComp 2016 games Cactus Blue Motel and the Shoe Dept.

There are a lot of clever tricks, like testing you on how well you know classic texts, useful items hid among unuseful items.

The cluing is excellent; any one ending will give you hints on the other 15, and options that you should have thought of but didn't are greyed out.

It does have an unnecessarily large amount of profanity, though.

- XianXian, April 29, 2017

- mangoduck, March 12, 2017

- Kaesa, February 27, 2017

- Serge Kirillov, February 23, 2017

- Mona Mae (South Africa), February 23, 2017

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Funny and Interesting , February 22, 2017
I don't usually like Twine games, but I liked this game. Partly for the humour- the tone of voice the PC is quirky and funny, and it's interesting to observe the interactions between the PC's and the NPC'S. Another reason I really liked this game is because of the replayability factor- there's a lot of different paths you can try out and it's interesting to see the different results. The puzzles are interesting but not unfair - most of them are fairly easy to figure out, and if you've beaten the game once you can see hints as to how to achieve the other endings. Overall it took me about 2 hours to play through all of the ends.

If you're interested in playing a quirky vampire satire with lots of opportunity to explore different choices and see the affect on the game's environment and the characters, try this game.

- Xavid, January 28, 2017

- audiolipbalm, January 19, 2017

- John of Thornwick, January 11, 2017

- ifwizz (Berlin, Germany), December 8, 2016

- E.K., December 4, 2016

- Robin Johnson (Scotland), November 24, 2016

- CMG (NYC), November 19, 2016

- The Xenographer, November 19, 2016


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