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About the StoryA man goes home to a small town in Quebec to investigate rumours about a haunted house next door to his childhood home.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:Enjoyable mid-length creepy Twine game with some significant choices, February 3, 2016
by MathBrushThis is a mid-length creepy Twine game about someone returning to the scene of a childhood tragedy. The mild horror which slowly builds up is one of my favorite genres, and the writing was well-paced.
I reached two bad endings by reversing all significant choices. I wonder if the good ending (if any) is hidden in some way. Also, there were some changes between versions that I didn't quite understand, specifically in the occupation of the main NPC.
Fun for fans of creepy stories.
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