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About the StoryAn experimental puzzle investigating our mind's instinct to tell stories. What do you do when you are woken up in the middle of the night by some noise and you can't get back to sleep? Three possible ways to survive till morning - but can you find them?
(inspired by David T. Marchandís wonderful Twine: When Acting as a Wave)
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., May 30, 2016
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