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Fair point :-)

Jaa, it is not the biggest production. Just enough characters to tell the story...

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Hi LandonF,

Cool :-)

The script is cleaned up for swear-words (replaced with  ****). There are a few scenes that are meant to be for discussion, but if you have played the games with a few different paths I don't think there should be anything that would suddenly be very bad.

If you want to be 100 % sure you can browse through the script, it is not very long. By typing "esdump" (eli script dump) while in the game, it will output two files on your desktop: the script file, and a configuration file for Notepad++ to give colour highlighting (optional).

(Note that as long as you have the script file there, the game will use the one on your desktop, so you could change the story, but if you just rename or delete the file the game will revert back to using the script it was shipped with.)

Please let me know if there is anything I can help you with :-)

Kind regards,


Beautiful story. I love how the magic works in this world (...if I understood it...). Hope to hear more from it!

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Popularity and power - we all want it! But where does it come from? What is it? Play as Eli in this game that let you explore power and influence people. Play on the fiercest proving ground created by mankind: primary school.

Eli's project page

The game mechanics is based around relation building, visualized as a top-down network, resulting in a networking adventure game.

On a personal note I am happy with the save-system, how it allows jumping back to earlier branches, and how that works with the exploration of the situations.

In short, we think 'Eli' provides a great take on everyday power between individuals, with some neat game mechanics you just might not have seen before.

Eli was selected at the IndieCade 2017 festival in Los Angeles. We got a lot of good feedback. And a lot of constructive feedback - and I have included pretty much all of it in this latest version! The audience at IndieCade is super - well articulated and very precise feedback! Big thanks everyone :-)