Great stuff. Really nice mix of neat writing, nice audio and creepy visuals. Very well done.
Ms. Lojka or: In Despair to Will to Be Oneself
A short hypertext game about ignorance, defiance, and freedom—or: self-knowledge, acquiescence, and fate. Takes about 15 minutes to play. There are two significantly-divergent endings, but replays are intentionally discouraged.
Some kind words:
A Work of (Dark) Art… 9/10 (Jacqueline A. Lott, interactive fiction author and critic).
I can only see this working as the perception of a pathological narrator or a non-literal story of inner exploration. For what it’s worth, it works very well in that capacity (Newgrounds review).
On the flip side:
A technical marvel with a disjointed story about identity (Math Brush, interactive fiction author and critic).
I don’t understand anything that you’re trying to say through this game. Not a single thing. (Xavier, NGComments).
|Published||Oct 21, 2016|
|Genre||Interactive Fiction, Visual Novel|
|Tags||Atmospheric, Casual, Horror, Short, Singleplayer, Story Rich, Surreal, Text based, Twine|
|Average session||A few minutes|
|Inputs||Mouse, Touchscreen, Smartphone|
|Links||Homepage, Source code, Twitter|