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About the StoryTwo women meet in a bar. This is not a love story.
(Mature content warning.)
Nominee, Best Story; Nominee, Best Individual NPC; Nominee, Best Individual PC - 2014 XYZZY Awards
13th Place - 20th Annual Interactive Fiction Competition (2014)
Emily Short's Interactive Storytelling
Venus Meets Venus is a largely linear Twine story about a romantic and sexual relationship (though it is very clear on not being a love story). I read it through to the end.
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