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About the StoryIt's about weaving, stories, hacking, magic & gender.
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2 of 8 people found the following review helpful:a computer geek tale about nothing, January 29, 2014
by namekuseijin (anywhere but home)A convoluted hypertext geeky fantasy story about nothing. In it, interaction is all about clicking links and inputing a not so much smartass code into an annoying numpad by clicking repeatidly on the numbers. I get to the end of it and learn nothing of a plot or motives, it's all hazy and undescript.
Seriously, these web tools are creating monsters in some weird ego trips. perhaps if I was on crack I'd see the beauty and genius in it...
Summing up: I don't really believe CYOA and hypertext belong to "interactive" fiction. They are about as interactive as reading any book out of order. And this particular "book" has no story to speak of. Perhaps (barely) interactive (bad) poetry, if such...
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