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About the Story"Detritus is a Twine game & formal experiment by Mary Hamilton. It is a work of fiction inspired by real-life experiences. Originally it was just meant to be five short elements, each one using a different mechanic, as a way of teaching the author the medium. It got kinda out of hand."
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a moving story about moving, June 12, 2017
A surprisingly moving little story, it's a reflection about what objects have meaning to you, what they say about you as a person, and what it means to let go of your belongings, your current life, and your identity.
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I'm looking for hypertexts that make heavy use of stretchtext and related effects to tell their story - Links that add, remove, or alter text within a passage. Swan Hill for instance makes heavy use of this, and my own work does too, but...
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