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Fingertips: I Hear the Wind Blow

by Jacqueline A. Lott profile

Episode 19 of Apollo 18 Tribute Album
2012

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Language: English (en)
First Publication Date: March 26, 2012
Current Version: Unknown
Development System: Inform 7
Forgiveness Rating: Merciful
IFID: DC6FA1CC-7358-11E1-8E56-C417FE6F3A7D
TUID: yl9dnwe1kmpo5m9x

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Creepy one-move Apollo 18 album game, February 13, 2016
I hear the wind blows is definitely one of the better one-move games in the Apollo 18 Tribute Album.

It is a creepy, atmospheric game. You wake up in the dark, hearing the wind blow. The writing is crisp and teases at the truth.

It can be a bit difficult guessing what verbs to use, but like most one move games, it's more fun to stop without trying to plumb the depths. The HELP command allows you to read the whole backstory, but I found that this destroyed the effect of the game.

Great one move game.

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