- Apr 19, 2019
- Reaction score
- First Language
- Primarily Uses
The game starts, and you are playing a young girl named Abigail. She wakes up, dazed and confused, wondering what happened to her earlier that night. She recalls very little, and begins seeking her father in an attempt to get answers for the questions she has. However, she is unable to find him, and must explore the house as you uncover the living conditions that she herself has become accustomed to. Along the way, she will pick up treasured objects that spark distinct memories in her mind, both good and bad.
One aspect of this game is that every single object in this game is able to be examined by the player. Abigail will give a variety of responses to these objects in question. Sometimes she will be helpful, other times she will be sarcastic, and sometimes she will just point out the mundane nature of the object in question. Another aspect of this game is that I made a valid attempt at guessing exactly what any player might do. What this means in terms of gameplay, is that Abigail will (hopefully) give a more appropriate response to certain actions based on the order of events the player has taken. Depending on what the player does or how they respond to her problems, she may question the player or even flat out berate them.
There are also multiple endings to this game. The better the player performs during the game, and the more of the story they see, the better the ending they get will become. The best ending, of course, being unlocked by seeing all the major content in the game.
This is a short, dark adventure game with puzzle elements. There is no large world to explore, only the house that Abigail and her father both live in. Luckily, it is a decently large home to investigate. Despite this, it should only take an hour or two to complete. Maybe even less than that depending on the puzzle solving skills of the player. There are brief, violent scenes, but no blood or gore is ever shown and is only mildly depicted visually. Tragic events do take place, however.
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