This game isn't terribly engaging. Also, though I suspect it isn't the author's intent, it's fairly racist. Boo hiss.
Guys, this is some really excellent satire.
So I'm a sucker for the premise of "you're in an unknown facility, you must escape," but OMG quit railroading! Add more choices! And don't make it so bleeding obvious which choices are the right ones!
This game railroads the player; even the choices (which are rare) feel like tired tropes. Well-worn setting offers nothing original: no emotional investment and no fun.
Pros: Nicely done little game that loops back on itself. Multiple playthroughs are rewarded. Worth a go if you're looking for short, surreal ] adventures.
Cons: Writing could be smoother, needs edits; descriptions, in particular, are neither sparse nor vivid. Spelling and grammar errors distract from the game text.
Agree with Froga; nicely done. Short little game, sparse, bare bones, can be played a couple of times. Thought-provoking.
This game sometimes feels like it's railroading you; too many descriptive pages without a choice to make. That said, the choices you do make feel interesting, nuanced and subtle. And the writing is beautiful.
Eh, okay. Very well-made, technically; very customizable, the writers obviously put a lot of work in in that regard. Still, for a romantic game, there were very few wrenching emotional moments; plotlines seemed pat and predictable.
Nicely done! Emotionally appealing , made with passion. Ends on a cliffhanger, sadly.
Daring portrait of an emotionally abusive relationship. Excellent atmosphere. Short game, very much worth a playthrough.