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Der Schatten jener Sekunde

by Horst-Günther Rottenschneider

Slice of Life
2012

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About the Story

A short CYOA that explores how small, split-second decisions can affect the lifes of a family over a few generations.

Game Details

Language: German (de)
First Publication Date: June 1, 2012
Current Version: 1
License: Freeware
Development System: inklewriter
Forgiveness Rating: Merciful
IFID: Unknown
TUID: x5c55egyi3iktnbz

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A review, only parts of it in the language of the story again, December 17, 2013
by Simon Deimel (Germany)
Es handelt sich hier um eine verzweigte und über einen großen Zeitraum erstreckende Kurzgeschichte, die einige momentane Entscheidungen fordert und daraufhin auf unterschiedliche Weise fortgesetzt werden kann. Sie zeigt, wie die Entscheidungen das Leben unterschiedlich beeinflussen und zu verschiedensten Ergebnissen führen. Die Sprache ist ordentlich. Der Inhalt wirkt durch die Zeitsprünge eher abstrakt und ich hatte teilweise etwas Mühe, dem Verlauf zu folgen, trotz seiner Kürze. Dennoch eine ordentliche Präsentation.
I also recommend this story for people who want to learn or train the German language, as the writing has some literal quality.

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