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About the StoryLuis couldn't stop reliving that day, the very same day he decided to dig into Felisa's silences, into Juana's sadness, into Marta's lies, into Mr. Eustaquio's cowardice... into his own troubled life.
What could be worse than forgetting your own memories? Remember them again.
35th Place - 25th Annual Interactive Fiction Competition (2019)
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A text novel in older Latin America with an interesting graphical interface, October 9, 2019
You play a man who has recently moved to a small town with wells, town doctors, taverns, etc.
The interface is wild. On the left is an illustrated book, with lines in slow typewriter text appearing as you make choices. You have three categories of 'inventory': thoughts, places, and things. These appear in the lower right.
The upper right contains the contents of your current location.
Actions are done by dragging inventory onto each other.
It's a good mechanic. It's slow, though, as is the typewriter text. And the game is long. And I couldn't find any way to save, and there are insta-deaths.
So I'm going to keep my rating and review as it is and maybe one day revisit this game. A save feature would help a lot!
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