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About the StoryWhat better way to get over a breakup than smashing things?
Content warning: Self-harm, suicidal thoughts, depression, anxiety, profanity, mild sexual language. If you are feeling suicidal, want to hurt yourself, or are otherwise suffering from depressive or anxious symptoms, please contact the Crisis Text Line (https://www.crisistextline.org) or another organization who can help. You deserve to see tomorrow, and you are not alone.
29th Place - 25th Annual Interactive Fiction Competition (2019)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:A powerful game about destruction and catharsis, October 6, 2019
(Spoiler - click to show)This game uses bare styling in Twine, but it's text layout, pacing and link structure are very polished. The writing is descriptive, with some profanity appropriate to the situation you're in. I felt strong emotions during this, first feelings that drew me in and helped me identify with the character, and then feelings of horror as I chose the 'bad' choices later involving self-harm. I didn't know it would be that bad, which perhaps is how the protagonist feels.
A powerful game.
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