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About the StoryA brief look at the life of a fictional war correspondent. "Much Love: BJP" was showcased to a limited audience at the Hope College Celebration for Undergraduate Research.
48th Place - 21st Annual Interactive Fiction Competition (2015)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:An only mildly interactive Twine game with photos, but a powerful story, February 3, 2016
It is just a choice between three linear sequences. After each choice has been picked at least once, two more open up. There are scattered photographs.
Interactivity-wise, this game doesn't make any groundbreaking changes. But the story is great. It is based on real-life journalist Marie Colvin, a war correspondent with an eye patch who died in an explosion.
I played this game twice, 3 weeks apart. The first time, I was rushing through IFComp, and dismissed it. But the second time, it struck a real emotional cord with me, and I really enjoyed it.
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