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About the StoryIn this short game, you play as Failure, the literal embodiment of failure. It's your job to make people experience failure, and soon, your boss will call you, ordering you to your new assignment.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:My first play of Speed-IF, January 8, 2015
by Harry Coburn (Atlanta, GA)Speed-IF games are a challenge to authors to write IF in 2 hours around a theme. The theme of this competition was on man's conflict with something. Keeping that in mind, I rather enjoyed this tight little vignette on failure.
I'm still trying to figure out whether there is actually any way to get the five points in the game or if it's a clever bit of commentary. To say much more would ruin this game. I recommend taking 5 minutes of your time to play it.
This game does contain sexual themes, but nothing so vulgar as to be considered pornographic. YMMV.
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