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About the StoryYou wake up.
On a tundra.
Where are you?
How did you end up here?
1st Place, MOOD; 21st Place, OVERALL - Ludum Dare 32
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"Tundra was made by, arguably, one of the most technically gifted Twine authors working today and is a great example of the ways you can excel within the time limits"
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Freeware Pick: TUNDRA by PaperBlurt
"Spoiling anything regarding PaperBlurt's freshly released Twine TUNDRA would be a downright nasty thing to do."
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Massive for a twine game; explore an arctic tundra, February 3, 2016
Having played more twine games, now, I see that this is actually a well-crafted game. I just played it through all the way to the ending, and I like it quite a bit better now.
The game allows you to undo at any time, and there is a map to help you move around. You can pick up 5 or more items in your endeavors. I am told there are 3 endings, but I only reached one.
You are in the arctic tundra and must explore. I found the game very reminiscent of Babel.
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