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Feb 12, 2008



Sounds interesting, to be sure. The boldness is great if it pans out. It could well find a niche audience. I'm curious what the business model is, who's funding it, etc. Sounds like Jason McIntosh is a good promoter.


I have, indelibly it might seem, the images from "The Diamond Age" and "American McGee's Alice" in my head when I pause to think of things that would erupt from the id of a teenage girl. Of course, neither of them WERE teen girls at any point, so their authority on the subject may be limited.

I hope this game makes it and becomes part of the constellation of small games that do not follow the fantasy format. Interesting that Kongregate would be the publisher, it seems more and more we find the merging of "online casual" and "online persistent" games.


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