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About the StoryUna breve historia interactiva con cinco posibles finales, acerca de un joven personaje y su regreso a casa después de un día muy particular.
(Available only in Spanish for now, I plan to translate it into English as soon as I can -- the author)
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You play as a young person on a bus home, when things take an unexpected turn. The situation you find yourself in is at once relatable and deeply uncomfortable.
The game made good use of text effects, switching colors of the background and text, using different font sizes, etc.
There was some overarching Thing which I didn't get because of my poor Spanish, something about (Spoiler - click to show)graduation and getting covered in floor and eggs?
It seemed fairly linear to me, but a second replay had about 40% new text, so I was impressed. I would have rated this game somewhere in the 7-9 range in IFComp. Well done. My only wish is that there was some more consistency in how mid-game links were handled, as it was hard to know what clicking on different texts would do. On the other hand, given the general feel of confusion the game evokes, it may have been an intentional design choice.
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