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A jam submission

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Submitted by N.S. Dawn — 2 hours, 1 minute before the deadline
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CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Personal favorite#23.8003.800
Best character(s)#34.2004.200
Best descriptions#73.8003.800
Best emotional impact#73.4003.400
Most fun to play#83.2003.200
Best game mechanics#93.2003.200
Best visual design#123.0003.000
Most promising demo#132.6002.600
Best use of multimedia#202.2002.200

Ranked from 5 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

Content warnings
Slight moments of peril, mild language.

Game status
Fully complete

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Well written and paced; the way information is drip fed through the groundhog day mechanics was pretty cool.


Interesting writting! I included it in my Spring Cleaning Twine Jam compilation video series, if you’d like to take a look. :)


I was frustrated in the beginning because the player character seemed to have very little agency and was very passive and then my perception changed completely with the offhand use of one word (rhymes with "pain"), which I thought was very clever.

I have played to ending one so far but intend to go back to try to find the others. I enjoyed this game.


I liked the game a lot, especially the "groundhog-day" style implementation of the mystery.  Being able to play from the perspective of a blind person is a big departure from a lot of games like this - especially text-based games! - and I thought it was done very well, from exposition to the actual gameplay elements. 

Overall, I think the story is well-paced, and learning more each turn was a fun mechanic, but the big reveal in Chapter/Part 7 seemed a little too rushed, particularly if you followed Ending 2 (Ofc this is personal experience). I enjoyed the load code that enabled me to get all endings quickly (I'm a completionist, haha), though it would've been cool if I didn't have to enter the code each time.

A few minor things I've noticed: 

- Victor's purple dialogue is a little dark and not the easiest to see.

- I can't access your entire author's commentary as I am unable to scroll for some reason?  

Thank you for your entry! I enjoyed it~