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I thought it was a very nice little game. I think there should be more choices in the hallways, not just about the doors. It felt like there was only 3 things that could happen, and no room for variation. That said, it was very detailed and quite enjoyable. The writing was detailed, yet to the point, and I enjoyed playing the game through multiple times to try and find the different endings. The game was short enough that this didn't feel like a chore, and the endings were varied enough that they didn't feel repetitive. All in all, nice job.
I thought is was amazing! The power of the choice is really prevalent here, and it doesn't seem "railroaded" at all. There are times when it's even obvious where your choice affected the next scene or next few scenes. The world was really detailed, yet concise. There weren't many extraneous details to distract from the story, just enough to make a complete picture. It was a great game, and completely enjoyable. I was drawn into it very fast and stayed hooked the entire game, right until the end. Amazing job!
Cute little game! One of those things you do just to pass the time :P, but it was pretty fun. The "try again" feature at the end of each failure is a great add-on.
Just ****ing wow.
I really can't say much without spoilers. I can say this: If it is physically possible for you to do so, play all 3 storylines. If you can only play one, I would play Madison's.
Amazing stories, guys. It's even more heart-wrenching that that's actually happening. Just wow.
The world was so rich and visual, impressive coming from a text adventure. I agree with Reno27, I didn't get the ending at all, it just kind of fell away. Would have like something bigger at the ending, it leaves me kind of wondering at this point. It is sort-of vague, you have to be in the mood for surrealism to enjoy it, I think. I don't know why there aren't more reviews for this, it's an amazing game.