Scaffold 22 is a web-based interactive story set in the distant future. You take on the role of Vine, a former mercenary lieutenant turned abomination hunter, on a quest unravel an ominous conspiracy. The game can be played by visiting the homepage listed on the profile.
Woah, this one actually immersed me.
Writing is helluva good, storyline is quite intriguing, and I'm truly interested what will happen next.
Phillip K. ****-ish world is nothing really new, but it's very solid.
If you liked Shadowrun or E.Y.E, and you're into text-based adventures, give this one a try. It's a time eater.
Technically-wise I'm very impressed by the game's web interface. It's fast, sleek and CSS remains rock solid throughout all devices I played on so far.
Now onto the "bad" things. Note that those are based on my personal tastes and they should not feel bounding for anyone:
1) I hate the artwork. I feel it's poorly done. Reminds me of early days of NewGrounds. Such a game deserves better. I'd just LOVE to see pictures in style of Beksiński, Siudmak or Giger.
2) I find music kind of dull and distracting. I would like to hear some more down-tempo, Boards Of Canada / Carbon Based Lifeforms style, which is just perfect for a cyberpunk adventure in serious tone.
Well... That's all I had to say. Keep up the good work. And thanks for the game!
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