Quantcast
Sufferrosa is an 'experimental storytelling project' - Destructoid

DestructoidJapanatorTomopopFlixist



Sufferrosa is an 'experimental storytelling project'


11:30 AM on 09.11.2011
Sufferrosa is an 'experimental storytelling project' photo



Do you like Choose Your Own Adventure books? Do you like pompous foreign art experiments? Were Sega CD FMV games the highlight of the 16-bit era for you? Then you are gonna love Sufferrosa!

From director Dawid Marcinkowski of the digital production company unit9, Sufferrosa is described as a "neo-noir interactive movie." I'm filled with a sense of deja vu, as I'm reminded of that other David with a similar modus operandi. In the case of Sufferrosa, you can play it on the web, clicking along towards one of the multiple endings, with each run lasting roughly 40 minutes.

I tried playing this, but I got bored in the first 30 seconds. Anyone who can make it to the end, please let me know how it all is.

Trailer: Sufferrosa [Flixist]






Comments not appearing? Anti-virus apps like Avast or some browser extensions can cause this.
Easy fix: Add   [*].disqus.com   to your software's white list. Tada! Happy comments time again.

Did you know? You can now get daily or weekly email notifications when humans reply to your comments.







Artsy Fartsy

6:00 PM on 04.14.2014
Old Dtoid Story Time: Destructoid Cards

[Dtoid community blogger Char Aznable takes us on a journey to 2008 when something unique and wonderful happened on Destructoid. Stay awhile and listen! --Occams Electric Toothbrush] Gather 'round, young Dtoiders, and sit on ...more



12:30 PM on 03.25.2014
Farts 'N' Crafts: Teens fighting an Angry, Flappy Bird

Here's this week's Farts 'N' Crafts! I'm a little burnt-out following GDC, so today's topic involves children attacking a goose with a broom. If you'd like to hang this on your wall, you can buy a print here. If you'd like to make your own picture of kids fighting a geese, go right ahead and drop it in the comments here, or shoot me an email.more



5:00 PM on 03.19.2014
Let's celebrate 20 years of Super Metroid with fan art

If you're counting the game's original Japanese release, it's Super Metroid's 20th birthday today! As much as I'd be content to mope around given that Nintendo isn't doing much to please series fans right now, we should inste...more



View all Artsy Fartsy






Back to Top




All content is yours to recycle through our Creative Commons License permitting non-commercial sharing requiring attribution. Our communities are obsessed with videoGames, movies, anime, and toys.

Living the dream since March 16, 2006

Advertising on destructoid is available: Please contact them to learn more