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About the Story"Maybe it was the cold or the sensation of emptiness to my side, but I was fully awake. I didn't dare to move, so I just lay there, very still, looking at the ceiling with my hands hidden under the sheets.
I suppose it has happened to you some time. You wake up in the late hours in the night, with the sensation that there's someone in your room, and end up lightning a candle to find that there's nobody there, just a nocturnal mouse at most.
Only this time I knew he was nearby."
First created for the Spanish competition Rapidocomp 2.
Rapidocomp 2 (2008)
Premios en las categorías de Obra más literaria y
Mejor PSI (el trapero).
Premios Hispanos 2008
Premio en la categoría de Calidad Literaria.
English localization by Ruber Eaglenest for Ectocomp 2019.
Editorial revision by Caleb Wilson.
9th Place, Le Grand Guignol - ECTOCOMP 2019
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:A very descriptive speed-IF game with a timer and pretty gross ending, November 19, 2019
This is a speed-IF, so programming and grammar bugs are here, but I was so impressed with the vivid writing and setting as the game began. A mysterious ragman comes into your house and gives you 5 heartbeats (or game moves) to give him what he wants.
But it doesn't tell you what he wants. I spent a long time guessing many different things, and I was frustrated.
The solution was, frankly, gross. Not that I think (Spoiler - click to show)breastfeeding is gross, but the fact that (Spoiler - click to show)the monster would desire it. It's written fairly similar to rape, in the sense that a man is demanding use of a woman's organs.
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