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About the StoryAn ordinary workday, filled with mindless choices one makes to survive until the next day begins.
A rat race is never won.
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short narrative about the mundane nature of modern white-collar life, November 29, 2013
There are many typographic errors and a few grammatical errors as well. This is a work that needed some proofreading and copy-editing, and could benefit from a quick clean-up on some of the most well-worn phrasing.
Visually the game is attractive, and the cyclical nature of it was interesting and communicated the tone effectively.
It reminded me of "My Name Is Tara Sue", a strong text game about white-collar misery which was recently released. If you enjoyed Workday Choices, I highly recommend My Name is Tara Sue.
The game has several pathways and all of them contain an aspect or two to which working people can relate to at one time or another..
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