April 5, 2013 4:58 AM | John Polson
"Every day is a new chance to push back the toxic sludge society teaches us" is just one of my takeaway points from Porpentine's musical feminist body cyborg body repair Twine adventure, How to Speak Atlantean.
I'm still trying to learn how fully to process Porpentese, the wonderful language used in her games, but I managed to appreciate at least two interestingly crafted Twine puzzles of sorts that I hadn't seen before. One consists of repairing a cyborg body; the other requires listening to the music.
Porpentine: an innovator of words and Twine game design. I don't want to spoil any more, so enjoy.