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♥Magical Makeover♥

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Fantasy
2014

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- Marc-André Goyette, May 27, 2020

- Bartlebooth, May 7, 2020

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
i love this so much, April 19, 2020
by caestor
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i made an account just to gush about this game. the writing is somehow poetic, yet concise, and the descriptions are amazing? i found myself wanting to know a lot more about the world you've got here...it's so beautiful

i play this whenever i'm feeling down/just want some great imagery to chew on. bless you op

forgot to mention! as a tinnitus sufferer, it was sweet to see a character with what i've got. never have

- Jacoder23, February 23, 2020

- grimperfect, May 16, 2019

- Kiyo, March 14, 2019

- mapped, January 3, 2019

- Sobol (Russia), January 5, 2018

- sleepbox, December 31, 2017

- Julia Myer (USA), August 29, 2017

- Wanderlust, August 3, 2017

- mirandamiranda, June 30, 2017

- Laney Berry, May 16, 2017

- herguitar, October 29, 2016

- E.K., May 26, 2016

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
Entertaining, if wordy, parody, May 24, 2016
by verityvirtue (London)
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Magical Makeover is a self-styled parody of over-the-top Flash games 'for girls', namely those whose interactivity consists wholly of choosing outfits. It starts with floridly named makeup products and a rhyming, snarky mirror but delves into a touch of body horror, and into riffs off fairy tales.

This game is generous, in various senses of the word. The writer revels in description, evoking sparkly, colourful images. While the passages got lengthy at times, this was made up for by the wit: the game lampshades tropes from fairy tales and adventure stories. ‘Lampshades’ doesn’t even begin to describe it - much of the game felt more like an exuberant riff.

The level of story branching was certainly generous as well. As the author says, there are seven possible endings, but I was impressed by how distinct and well-developed each of them were, with their own backstories.

- rollingredhills (Ireland), April 29, 2016

- dream, April 15, 2016

- Brendan Patrick Hennessy (Toronto, Ontario), April 5, 2016

- MBC, February 11, 2016

- Zal (Chicago, IL), November 12, 2015

- shinaka, October 8, 2015

- leanbh, September 20, 2015

- RoboDragonn, August 26, 2015

- Ismarus, August 8, 2015


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