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About the StoryYou're seventeen. It's dark in here.
Aquarium is a story game about skipping school with a cute boy. There are multiple endings.
You can play in your browser on most devices - Internet Explorer will not work, though, you have been warned.
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A mid-length, complicated Twine game about a date and secrets, February 3, 2016
by MathBrushI came to this game after playing the sequel, and I loved learning more about the protagonist. This series is about a young girl who has deep secrets, and the men she is involved with.
The links in this game are cleverly colored, with one color for cycling text, another for branches, etc. This makes the game much more enjoyable than standard Twine.
The story is about a date with a boy after ditching school. Both of you have secrets. The game is pretty complicated, with many options to branch out on.
The one thing I didn't like as much was the styling. It looks like an aquarium, which really fits the story, but I found it mildly irritating. I loved the CSS of Thanksgiving, the sequel. However, this is a minor complaint.
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