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Author Topic: My Game Chef Project  (Read 443 times)

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My Game Chef Project
« on: March 19, 2007, 05:11:47 PM »
So, I got going on the game chef.

intro:

Remembrance
, by Michael Crow



You awake to a buzzing neon sign and a crackling bug zapper claiming its last victim. Cold steel in your hand, bodies strewn across the room. Numb to the chaos that surrounds you, not knowing who you are , yet shocked at what you may have done. The others left standing look as pale and mute as you. You notice a white bag in the midst of the blood and gore, strange enough, it is unstained. As you pull the zipper, you hear screaming sirens getting closer. Your mind races, trying decide what to do...


Remembrance is a game of lost identity, a mysterious bag of drugs and cash, and murder. The characters are thrown into a desperate situation not knowing who they are or how they got into this mess. Characters slowly piece their memories together,sometimes they are less than pleasant. Always harried by the law and those who oppose them. Each conflict, a new remembrance.


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I like what I have so far.:)