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About the StoryThe casket opens and the pitch blackness is replaced with the sight of the moon; full in the night sky. Then, someone leans over, facing you and smiling a lunatic grin. He wears a dirty black top hat and dark glasses with one missing lens, revealing a milky eyeball. He has cotton plugs in his nose like a corpse. You smell cigar smoke and rum on him and his breath.
He speaks in a dark and nasal voice: "Bonsoir, monsieur."
10th Place - EctoComp 2014
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A short Voodoo religion-based game for Ectocomp, July 16, 2017
Because it was a speed-IF, it has a bunch of rough edges. Also, the game has quite a bit of profanity. But the concept is much better developed than most ectocomp games.
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