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About the StoryThere may be no incense, no cymbals, no monks at this funeral, but the night watch is mandatory. You've volunteered to take the watch for the first night, and just as well: you can hear him calling. Go round the void deck to get what you need.
A Grand Guignol entry for ECTOCOMP 2016.
Source image for cover art: Balaji Dutt M V, shared under CC BY 2.0.
5th Place, Le Grand Guignol - EctoComp 2016
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I found the cultural portions good, and the creature being summoned was creepy, but the game ended too abruptly I thought, and I wasn't all the way drawn in. But these are small problems for a SpeedIF entry.
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