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Glad you enjoyed it! I admit the stories are pretty disparate-- partly because I rushed at the end and partly because this seemed like that kind of person that somehow manages to be both meandering and disjointed at the same time.


[Spoilers Ahead]

There are three endings. One where you admit who you are, one where you wait too long, and another that involves asking about Big Digger at the end and consulting the Sarambulus about the great beyond. Regardless, you didn't miss anything major. I was wondering if that ending actually worked, or if there could have been some way to pack in more resonance by hinting at it earlier.

Thank you for engaging with the story and taking the time to comment!

Oh yay, I got suspended in pitch black silence!

I really dig (heh) the "admit you're Big Digger" ending - probably some foreshadowing could improve it, but it still feels like an epic homecoming story to me, where all the disconnected ramblings suddenly come together, and player comes to understand why they are spending the time tidying the Sombreronos of some old man.

Got any other interactive fiction projects I could check out? :)

Glad it worked for you! 

Mind's Edge is my first game / IF . It's available in browser or  app (the app emulates an old console). It's a bit more linear than I would have liked (though I could say the same for this submission), but that's the nature of Jam games haha.