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The Editor

by Matthias Conrady profile

2013

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About the Story

You are the editor of a magazine. The next issue is coming up, you have to choose which stories to publish.

This was an experiment trying to bring the Twine mechanics closer to the actual way people take decisions; more complicated and rethinking. It would be interesting to use it as mechanics in an actual game.

Game Details

Language: English (en)
First Publication Date: November 10, 2013
Current Version: Unknown
License: Creative Commons
Development System: Twine
IFID: Unknown
TUID: 8n9eapki5rtza21o

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
A little diversion, January 6, 2014
by Simon Deimel (Germany)
The concept is not bad, but there is something missing behind it. The game makes the player read summaries of newspaper articles and decide which of them are interesting enough to appear in the newspaper. The article suggestions are entertaining and I had some thoughts about them. (Spoiler - click to show)The game ends with a list of the articles that were chosen and a statement concerning my choice. I replayed some times but the choices obviously did not affect the final statement, so the interactivity is just an illusion. There should have been a genuine evaluation of the topics chosen. There is not much time needed to check this out, so it is surely worth a try.

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