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Mazredugin

by Jim Q. Pfygx-Vobk

2013

(based on 9 ratings)
2 member reviews

About the Story

Four teens. One world to...not quite even save.

Game Details

Language: English (en)
First Publication Date: September 29, 2013
Current Version: Unknown
License: Freeware
Development System: Inform 7
IFID: 9A7BCAE9-5B48-493F-978F-CB4EA244290F
TUID: z2e5lzbsyjhza8jt

Awards

28th Place - 19th Annual Interactive Fiction Competition (2013)

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A short and slightly buggy game with 4 PCs, August 13, 2016
This game has one big innovation, where it has a personality test at the beginning and you end up playing one of four characters. Each of the 4 characters has a special section of the game that only they play. Then you work together with one friend, and then with all 4 to solve the game.

The plot is jumbled, and the writing is spare and choppy. The game is under implemented, and very short. However, the key concept makes it interesting.

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One world to maybe make a little bit better for someone?, November 19, 2013
by streever (America)
I liked this game. It isn't the best of the 2013 entries, but it mostly worked well, and the author has made a fun, modest game.

"One world to...not quite even save." is the tagline, and it is appropriate--this is a story more of a person coming of age and learning that life isn't about bullies & being alone.

The essential statement here seems to be that life isn't just the things you experienced in high school, and that thoughts of grandeur are unlikely. Life is about taking small steps, applying what you know, and building relationships with other people in the world around you, without pre-judging them.

A modest game with a modest premise, it felt slightly unfinished in the IF Comp, and hopefully the author will continue work on it.

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