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 otherDavid 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.
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