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About the StoryThe sun is disappearing, your mother is lost. You donít know why.
Audience Choice--Best Story, Best Sound, Main Festival - Spring Thing 2019
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:A complex relationship sci-fi Twine game with heavy themes , April 12, 2019
It's a pretty hefty Twine game at around 30K words, with much of this tied up in different relationship tracks.
You play a worker in a futuristic San Francisco that seems to be on the edge of apocalypse. You've suffered intense losses, including the recent passing of your mother, and most of the game deals with reflection on your relationship with her.
The game has excellent media usage, including a skyscraper that scrolls up and down as the player moves, and heavy usage of a beeping watch alarm.
The writing style makes heavy use of inference and allusion, making for a confusing read. It also employs non-linear narrative, so this is a pretty complex game.
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