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About the StoryThese things come in pairs... A sacrifice, a chase, a dark night in a dark city.
Silver & Gold is a story told in two voices.
Started for a challenge on Twinery.org. Thanks to this Twinery forum post for technical help.
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A story split into two different *simultaneous* & opposing narratives -it works a little better when the two unfold individually at the start than when they synchronize later.
It'll take a couple of playthroughs to absorb all of the interesting story tidbits going on, and with so many ideas it seems almost like a teaser for something bigger. But really shows what can be done with an interesting concept like this.
Pros: beautiful, lurid prose. Fantasy genre.
Cons: Some might not like the double screen aspect.
An intriguing short 2-pane game with simultaneous stories, August 21, 2016
The game is split into two sides, one dark and one light. One with a villain, one with a heroine.
The story is brief, and only hints at greater things. There is a great deal of world building, but most things are left unexplained.
A fun, light snack.
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