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Morph Girl

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SUMMARYMorph Girl is an FMV Point And Click/Visual Novel developed as a homage to 90/00's low-fi Japanese horror movies. Inspired by home VHS tapes, Morph Girl intends to evoke the most personal fears surrounding the presence of the unknown within one's home.STORYElana Pierce is a grieving widow that cannot seem to move on following the tragic death of her wife, Rebecca. When a mysterious, supernatural being begins to force itself into her daily life – playing upon the memories of the dearly departed – she must make the decision to embrace or reject the creature.

Will you reject its invitation? Or embrace it?FEATURES
  • FMV - Immerse yourself in Elana's world via real world footage evoking a family's home VHS tapes.
  • BRANCHING NARRATIVE - Make decisions that alter the course of the narrative – as well as events long passed.
  • MULTIPLE ENDINGS - Unlock all 6 endings and find your conclusion to Morph Girl and Elana's story.

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  • OS: Microsoft Windows Vista/7/8/10
  • Processor: 1.5Ghz Processor or better
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Integrated Graphics
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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The True End.
Uncover the true end to Elana's story.
Just Keep Swimming.
Go for a swim.
Full Throttle
Fail to survive Saturday morning.
Moving on.
Move on from Rebecca's death.
Time Leech.
Watch Attack of the Giant Leeches.
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Morph Girl reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Italian
Product received for free Interactive horror FMV. Some thrill for the Ring-like female ghost with long black air. User interface is really poor, saving system is really odd. Players can take few and not so compelling choices, resulting in different records on a diary and six alternative endings. The only actress is not so much convincing. Direction is appreciable. Content is good but not enough to save the title; it's about a lesbo relationship: one of the girls dies, the other one continues to live full of regrets and anchored to the past. Review by Video Games & Art http://store.steampowered.com/curator/26168615-Video-Games-Art-International/ Group: http://steamcommunity.com/groups/VgArtInt
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Microsoft from Deutsch
"Morph Girl" Is a little atypical but interesting Play of Play. We get to know the Protagonist and get an Insight into her Everyday life. She's not doing so well psychologically as she lost someone who was very important to her. We can now use our Decisions to determine whether it processes the Loss well or badly. There is also a Guide to the Game, so you can easily get all the Achievements. I wouldn't call the Game a "horror," so a Sense of Anxiety never came up, not even Trepidation or anything. But everyone is knitted differently. It was Interesting and you remember it for a While yet. Recommended For the Price in any Case.
Translated by
Microsoft from Italian
The genre FMV that counts a couple of decades on the shoulders (beautiful The Times of Tex Murphy), is coming back in fashion with products like Her Story, Contradiction and Late Shift, proving that a public interest today is still there. The contents of production costs also allow indie studies and/or enthusiasts to jump into the fray, with more or less successful projects. Morph Girl ends up mostly in the pile of poorly exploited occasions. A fairly standard Storyline for the genre referenced and mistaken when trying to push on the accelerator of Japanese horror. A ghost story I admit able to create moments of tension but dumb when you come to the climax, among other things closes with a rapidity not really memorable (in 40 minutes it takes to the end of the first run) and the presence of a supernatural icon effective but far too Abused, he reveals with too many clichés. Had to last longer, although finding the five finals to unlock the sixth add a minimum of interest, I think you could manage better. Explore the portion of social life of Elana (instead of opting for the sense of depression and loneliness), perhaps with more articulated narrative, move the focus on any characters, change and overturn points of view. While They lack puzzle solving and QTE, they are good only as gameplay, but here are very few. Greater care and quantity would have allowed to build an empathy and related emotional involvement. Technically the shot is good, as well as directing. Honestly the expense is very restrained and periodically goes into balance even at-35% discount, an attempt could be granted but just if assiduous fans of J-Horror. Curious the presence of two films in B/W (a mute for rights issues) but absolutely useless for the purpose of the plot (and rather regrettable to have to sorate entirely to unlock the relative achievements).
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