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About the StoryAn interactive story of love and friendship set at the UK BiCon and International Bisexual Conference 2010.
Though written primarily for conference attendees and friends, BiCon requires no knowledge of the con, nor an interest in bisexuality. It's a straightforward, light-hearted explore-and-talk game, with puzzles that evoke the relaxed and friendly atmosphere of a community, and quirks that may be familiar to attendees of cons of any kind.
Can you resist a jump on the bouncy castle? Will you ever understand what 'hegemony' is? And what about that mysterious person who keeps smiling at you?
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"The sun has gone. It must be brought. You have a rock." [--blurb from Competition '99]
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