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Witch's Girl

by Geoff Moore profile

Humor
2013

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Game Details

Language: English (en)
First Publication Date: April 2, 2013
Current Version: 1
License: Freeware
Development System: Twine
Forgiveness Rating: Merciful
IFID: Unknown
TUID: zp26o8weiphxjlby

Off-Site Reviews

Pissy Little Sausages - Spring Thing ’13 — Mostly Useless’s Witch’s Girl!
Okay, I just opened this game, and it is basically already adorable.
hee hee Lydia Dragonbottom
You reach the end of the corridor, where you are surprised to find a gigantic spider wearing a tatty burnished crown and sitting on a frayed satin pillow. Could this be the fabled spider king?
SPIDER KING IS TOO CUTE
CAN’T EVEN HANDLE IT
PLEASE SEND OXYGEN BY EVENING POST
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Emily Short's Interactive Storytelling
Spring Thing 2013: Witch’s Girl
It’s a light-hearted fantasy puzzle game with tropes from fairy tales and children’s fiction. Structurally a bit reminiscent of Andrew Plotkin’s puzzly multiple-choice fanfic Bigger Than You Think, Witch’s Girl rewards playing back through previously visited branches of a CYOA tree with new knowledge; it leverages Twine’s variable-tracking abilities to open up new avenues from certain pages. Illustrated with childlike drawings, it looks and feels different both from parser IF and from many of the blue-and-black Twine games recently released.
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paean to wanderings
We're firmly in Worst Witch / Harry Potter territory. The main character's name is Oblivia (definitely points there), and the whole thing has a heavy dose of lampshading. We're in fantasyland, but it's a very English fantasyland.
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