Game of the Day: A Eulogy for Kuranes by Bill Coberly

Today’s game gets a little meta: A Eulogy for Kuranes is a review of previous GOTD howling dogs, written in Twine. But don’t let the word “review” put you off. It’s a fascinating, close look at the game; if you played howling dogs and felt like you didn’t quite understand it, this review offers one possible interpretation that may get you thinking.

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5 Responses to Game of the Day: A Eulogy for Kuranes by Bill Coberly

  1. Matt says:

    Now I really want to play howling dogs.

    Is it hosted on a mirror somewhere? Can someone contact Porpentine and get her to re-upload it?

  2. Ike says:

    FYI: The link to howling dogs within A Eulogy for Kuranes is broken.

  3. Alex says:

    Porpentine’s site is down right now. You can play howling dogs here:

    • Matt says:

      Awesome, thanks!

      • Matt says:

        Even after reading the review which spoilers pretty much the entire plot, I gotta say this game was a heck of a ride.

        (also the big textwall puzzle is a lot easier if you’re a) expecting something vital to be in there and b) reading closely rather than trying to click on every single thing)

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