Not only is this game well-written and engrossing, but there are multiple endings you can achieve, too. There are 7 of them, and while I only got one in my video, I fully intend on taking all the branching paths to discover the other 6 on my own time, because I want ALL the lore bits scattered throughout this dystopian narrative uncovered! But back to the game review lol. In TCBN, you quickly become curious of what's actually happening, how you got there, and what you should do next, and though it wasn't as long as I wanted, the different endings add replayability; plus this is also connected to Louise's other game UnDying (which is also fabulous and if you haven't played it yet, I highly recommend it!). I really hope this game gets expanded upon and/or a sequel with a full fledged game comes out in the near future. If you're still reading this, stop right now and play TCBN for yourself! 10/10
The City by Night
A short story set in a mystic cyberpunk city.
I delved in to the world of Twine - thought I'd stretch my storytelling muscles. I had a lot of fun writing this, would love to play around with some of the more advanced things Twine can do, I feel like I've only scratched the surface.