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About the StoryStory: Chikodili Emelumadu
Art: Onyinye Iwu
Interactivity: Tory Hoke
She finds you, and she wonít let go.
Two women hire a private investigator to trail their erring husbands.
Playing time: 8 minutes
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Number of Reviews: 2
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The Fixer is linear, but a delight to play through. Emelumadu paints a city where spirits and humans mingle; where believing in mysticism is common sense and practicality. She merges the absurd with the filthy; the beautiful with the pragmatic.
Emelumaduís writing is rich with flavour and beautifully detailed, even when she goes into sordid detail of a certain character. Her writing moves from being initially subtle - from hinting at the narratorís identity - to exulting in the narratorís strange abilities.
The Fixer also uses graphics throughout the story, though I didnít listen to the audio, and the story art is gorgeous and unobtrusive. A delight to read.
The setting is unique among IF that I have played: a west african city, where legends still exist.
Your character (written in the first person) is a person of unknown abilities whose job is to 'fix' cheating husbands.
It was an interesting story. I'm not a big fan of explicit content, and there were some fairly explicit sexual references, but violence and profanity were low.
The culture was very interesting.
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