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by Skarn

Urban fantasy

(based on 4 ratings)
1 member review

About the Story

Chorus is a non-profit organization with the purpose of improving everyday life in our city. We encourage cooperation between all, regardless of age, gender, mass, volume, morphism, mode of locomotion, venomousness, body chemistry, phasing, plane of origin. Join us today and meet people whose existence you had never imagined.

Game Details

Language: English, French (en, fr)
First Publication Date: October 1, 2020
Current Version: Unknown
IFID: Unknown
TUID: 8w5lrcasrp9wfwdh


Entrant - 26th Annual Interactive Fiction Competition (2020)


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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
Cerebral, text-focused story with a large fantasy cast, October 20, 2020
by Enrique Henestroza Anguiano (Oakland, California)
Chorus ambitiously follows a large cast of fantasy-inspired characters through a day of carefully mediated interactions in a city full of secrets.

I was impressed by aspects of the writing, which is intriguing and uses evocative characterization to flesh out what appear to be a dozen or more unique characters. There also seems to be a nifty engine underlying the game that takes user-selected teams of characters and lets their interactions play out from different perspectives, Rashomon-style.

Unfortunately, the experience bogs down a bit throughout. The opening is very long, with stretches of text containing almost encyclopedic character-level details. These details then seem crucial to successfully choosing how the final sections play out, which is a cool idea, but the dizzying amount of information about each character and their motivations/relationships within the large cast is very difficult to track, so I ultimately felt rather lost.


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