The Wishing Stone by Tartarus

Learn the meaning of the Cardinal Virtues as you seek the mysterious wishing stone

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Review by Frostedge
08 Dec 2014
I'm going to be a bit harsh, this would have received at least four stars if my choices had actually done anything other than rub it in my face that I apparently made the wrong choice according to the author.
The moral choice concept only works if both choices can be equally considered and carry both consequences and respective rewards. Instead, all we are presented with is ONE way to do everything, and that is the way the author strongarms us into following. Deviating from the chosen path only slightly is grounds to be confronted with a very silly and abrupt ending telling us that we chose poorly, and should choose EXACTLY how the author tells us.

Which raises the question: What's the point of giving us a moral choice in the first place if we technically don't get a say in what we choose? The author forces the choice on us, which more or less beats the purpose of choice as a whole. If this were more worked out, it would've been four stars. But as it is now, I can't give more than two for it.

Review by helen790
02 Aug 2014
short but a beautiful story line

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