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About the StoryThe UK has taken back control. Business is booming. Brits are thriving. So why aren't you happy?
This short game is the sequel to Crumbs: A Brexit Adventure. Can you find a crumb of hope in the empty cupboards of a capitalist utopia?
Created for Ectocomp 2019 in Le Grand Guignol category.
5th Place, Le Grand Guignol - ECTOCOMP 2019
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A short Twine depiciting a near-future Brexit scenario, November 12, 2019
Structurally, they're all very similar, but Benson has done a lot of exploration of controversial topics, innovating in the subject matter portrayed rather than in the mechanics.
This game is a sequel, and has the player working in a food kitchen in a version of Britain where the British Jobs Act has given subsidies to companies hiring British citizens (I think).
I found two different endings. There was one encounter that occurred twice in the game with identical language (Spoiler - click to show)(talking to the cop), but it was otherwise a smooth experience.
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