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About the Story-OVER 207 FEET
-MORE THAN 1,000,000 PROCEDURALLY GENERATED VINES
-REALISTIC WEATHER SYSTEM
-LOOKS LIKE WE GOT A “CLIMB”-INAL INVESTIGATION
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful:A Ludum Dare competition game with classic Porpentine elements., February 3, 2016
by MathBrushThis game was entered in Ludum Dare, a 24-hour game competition.
This game is classic Porpentine. Strong writing, extreme repetition, the game as a metaphor for a relationship, occasional profanity, and a variety of bodily fluids. This game has little violence or sexual references compared to her other games.
The main mechanic is climbing. You climb a wall. Then stuff happens.
Porpentine as an author is reminiscent of the 19th century authors who wrote extremely triply material. Samuel Coleridge and Edgar Allen Poe come to mind.
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