Well-made, well-written game with a creative premise; one can almost feel the Dickensian despair radiating from the horde of urchins. Like Broken Legs, this is another game where you play a fairly appalling character. For some reason those are always fun!
Loved it -- outstanding level of detail and it's a blast to have a game where the protagonist is such a refreshingly horrible person. It's pretty tough, too, I can only get rid of Kassie so far.
Really clever idea for a game--and nice art and framing too. It would be interesting to see a sequel with a different culture.
I enjoyed this one (though I did eventually lose steam, it's quite long!); I've been impressed by this and the other games put out by Choice of Games. They have a similar "tailored to your choices" feel as the Walking Dead and Fables games released by Telltale, only in text form.
Fun, well-written game with a very customizable character and choice system. I'll be checking out the other games from this studio too!
The author does a great job setting the scene, but the game could really stand to be more interactive; there's only really the one (non-random) choice that makes a difference. Expanding the last sequence and providing a few more choices rather that a simple flip-a-coin ending could really enhance the experience.
This is a really interesting piece! I'd hesitate to call it a game, exactly, but it sums up the experience really well (though for that reason it was actually kind of uncomfortable to play--those little stabs happen quite enough in everyday conversation already!) I feel like maybe the description needs a little more context; anyone who can emphathize isn't going to find this except by stumbling across it, and the cisgendered are just going to to be baffled by what it's supposed to be without an explanation (as you can tell by your other reviews). I can see this being used as a teaching tool with the right introduction, though.