The Last Day of June Review
Posted: 7 months ago.
Author: Andy Robertson.
At first, this sounds a little trite and simplistic, but as you play you discover things aren't as simple as they seem. Changing one thing to avoid the accident can lead to other unintended consequences. He may save June but put someone else in jeopardy. Then at the end, you find a twist that subverts how was trying to save who, all along.
It's a moving game and one that traverses difficult territory. However, this offers fertile space in which to consider these things while also facing our own mortality.
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