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A jam entry

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Happiness is a hack away.
Submitted by HandwrittenAnthony (@quaverr) with 10 hours, 1 minute before the deadline

Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw score
Polish#163.2143.214
Fun#172.9292.929
Innovative use of source material#173.4293.429
Stayed true to the source material#342.7862.786
Overall#372.4492.449
Theme#402.2142.214
Sound#551.1431.143
Graphics#561.4291.429

Ranked from 14 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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Comments

Host

Really clever writing. Such a different spin on pride and predjudice!

I've played this through a few times and enjoyed the similarities and differences of each path. I love GoSS-IP and want it to be in ALL my security checks everywhere, and I was legitimately anxious during the Flagboy worm scene. 

Developer

So glad you enjoyed it, folks!

If you have any feedback on which paths or characters you took, please let me know. Would be great to hear how different people fare through the story. :)

Innovative use of source material 5/5 :) Really good writing. 

I love a good text based game, and well... I love this! :)

Developer

Thank you very much, folks. Really appreciate the kind words. :)

Some really good pieces of writing here!  I especially like the hacking slang and imagery, really gave the setting some depth.

Well done!

Text game based on hacking? Even I never had not thought of it. Very original and interestingly presented story. Good, solid work ;]

I definitely appreciate the amount of work it took to make this, it was a great experience! 

Developer

Thank you very much for the kind words, Adrian!

Wow, amazing writing style, I really felt immersed into the universe and for a second there I was plugged in to the Netherfield network.

Developer

Rad, thanks for checking it out, Jupiter!

Nice text-based game! I included it in part 1 of my Public Domain Jam compilation video series, if you'd like to take a look :) http://youtu.be/FT-bP4jDHz0