Burst Forth! by Caelifer

This game was added to the Sandpit for the following reason: Too short

This game is too short to be put into a category. Players expect games not to be all over within a few seconds.
You start as a seed that will burst forth from the ground, growing, adapting, trying to survive in your immediate surrounding, and coping up with other lifeforms beside you.

You will interact with the soil itself, with other plants, visiting insects and animals, the weather, sudden calamity, and maybe some humans!

You think it's easy to grow? Let the cycle of life educate you.

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Review by MisterPibb316
22 May 2015
The story is told from the point-of-view of a sprouting seed, and it does so quite naturally (no pun intended.) It is indeed short, but there are many non-sandpit games on this site that are of similar length to this one.

This game would be at least 3-star worthy if: in addition to being a couple dozen pages longer, it offered more choices/interactivity. Given how charmingly modest the narrative is, it's a shame I can't give a higher score.

Seems to be one of Quest's many abandoned projects that had potential.
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Review by ClaytonKO
22 May 2015
That's actually pretty neat. you should consider making this an rpg or simulator as a text adventure instead of a gamebook.
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Review by BlueSky 4721
16 May 2015
This is awesome! The game will be the best game when finished.
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Review by MrPikmin16
29 Jan 2015
Loved it! :)
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Review by Wallflower
28 Sep 2014
Love it! Well written..I felt I was an actual seed. Looking forward for the rest of it. ;)
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Average rating
(4.2)
Written by
Caelifer

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734
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563
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Written for Quest 5.5
Added 27 Sep 2014
Updated 27 Sep 2014

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