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A dark place of mind (Bilingual English-German)
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A dark place of mind (Bilingual English-German)

by Giggling_Kiste

Educational
2013

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About the Story

The concept of this game is inspired by the bilingual textadventure "Un Paseo Inocente en el Mercado" (by ootkaman)

Nothing else was taken, though.

In the german language you can find more than one word which can be used to address a single person..

To make things easier for you I chose the informal version of you (du) over the formal version (Sie) whilst addressing the reader.

Also be aware that in german there is no additional present form for the gerund/to express that something is taking place in this very moment.

For example:

He beats her - Er schlägt sie

He is beating her - Er schlägt sie

If you find a mistake I over read, please let me know.

Image taken from freedigitalphotos.net (http://www.freedigitalphotos.net/images/Other_Metaphors_and__g307-Keyhole_And_Ladder_p84415.html) by Master isolated images

Game Details

First Publication Date: September 28, 2013
Current Version: Unknown
Development System: quest
IFID: BCB032DC-9F49-4FE2-A15B-993AA47D702D
TUID: heuhf3rh0bs6y9fq

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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
A very tiny nightmare, October 4, 2013
The game is extremely short, with no real choices, and repeats incessantly-- much like being trapped in a nightmare.

The English is mainly in passive voice, which sounds very flat. I did pick up a few German words (although "Gestalt" would be "shape/figure" rather than "guise").

A longer version would have been fun-- can't give any stars for only the seed of an idea.

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