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March 15th, 2013, 07:25 PM
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Yes, I've stolen the "interactive story" concept from the much wiser and more experienced Cutlerine, and mine is ALSO a horror story BUT, before you start bashing this there is much more than one way to skin a cat. Where his is more
, mine shall be more
House on Haunted Hill
There's no need to defend yourself. I don't expect I'm the first person to decide to write a story in this way, nor even the first person to make it a bit of a dark one. There are a great many other people who liked
even more than I did, I daresay, and I'm sure one or more of them made a story in the same vein of mine before I did.
A Smell of Petroleum Prevails Throughout
story? Wow. Seriously, I had no idea people considered it one. I always thought it was more of a black comedy - or perhaps other people don't find such ridiculously overblown horror as funny as I do. Actually, that would explain a lot more than just
, now I come to think about it.
Also (and it pains me to admit this) but I've neither played nor seen a single entry in the
franchise. My horror references are all from that stalwart lantern-jawed favourite, H. P. Lovecraft.
Anyway, enough of my rambling. Good luck with your story! I hope you do well.
A SMELL OF PETROLEUM PERVADES THROUGHOUT
: A text-based adventure game with me instead of a computer program.
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