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About the StoryWelcome to your life, Prisoner 11012. You will survive the scenarios, and do them properly, or you will face Judgement. Your choice, Prisoner. Your life, or your death. It won't hurt a bit.
24th Place - 20th Annual Interactive Fiction Competition (2014)
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A 4-part surreal amnesia Twine game in the distant future, February 3, 2016
by MathBrushThis IFComp 2014 Twine game is mid-to-long in length. You wake up with amnesia in a judgment center reminiscent of the Cube movies. You choose to experience four challenges in an order of your choice.
Interestingly, each has its own genre. One is a locked room, one is related to a classic game theory scenario, one revolves around NPC interaction, and the last one ended before I really saw it.
The game has a bit of a prologue and an epilogue, as well.
I don't think it is possible to enter an unwinnable state.
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