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About the StoryThe year is 2044. A secret branch of the government known only as 'The Agency' has discovered rifts -- codenamed 'Breaches' -- to an alternate dimension. The ones tasked with exploring said unknown areas are known as 'The Divers.'
This strange new domain hides many secrets. Perhaps the most crucial one being what has been named as 'The Station.'
As a Diver, you are tasked to travel to the Station in the Omega Breach and use its abilities to bring a missing woman home.
The journey is difficult and possibly perilous. Battle this bizarre universe's environment and your own insecurities to reach your destination and go back home yourself.
This is an entry for Ectocomp 2019. It was made in four days. It features edited paintings from Edvard Munch, Rene Magritte and Salvador Dali.
Winner, Le Grand Guignol - ECTOCOMP 2019
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In this well-developed Twine game (which has nice styling and graphics), you play as a Diver who enters various breaks in reality, trying to reach a specific location that will allow you to rescue a real-life runaway.
It's not too long, about 15-30 minutes. Most of the choices seem flavor-based, which was just fine with me.
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