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About the StoryA beginner level fantasy quest, made to be straightforward to finish without previous IF experience. Small feelies, an instruction book and MIDI music, are included.
21st Place - 17th Annual Interactive Fiction Competition (2011)
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A game with large geography about loss and memory, August 1, 2017
The game has a sprawling geography; outside of the first area, each movement can take you through different climates.
It is short, a bit buggy, and kind of quickly put together, but I enjoyed it. It has MIDI music that I did not hear.
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