Ludum Dare 33: Jam winner overview


Everyday Misanthrope by Liz England

Everyday Misanthrope is a choose-your-own-misery simulation in which you gain catharsis from spreading everyday suffering.

Pros: An approachable text game with a biting sense of humor. I ruined 69 lives, including a flock of pigeons, and somehow felt accomplished. Click here to read our full review.

Cons: Though it isn’t the most ambitious project, there’s nothing bad to say about the game itself. That being said, the preferences menu is an absolute mess. It didn’t ruin my life, but it did hurt my eyes.

Published Sep. 15th 2015

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