Danse Nocturne

Danse Nocturne cover artBy Joey Jones, as Eggerich von Eggermond.

Written in verse, this game abandons all typical IF commands, instead demanding the player use the form ‘dance <adverb>’. This shifts the focus more towards the verse each input elicits. It’s quite flexible, too, giving different responses depending on the order in which you input the adverbs. There are several possible endings.

But, oh what fun it is to read-

It is always twilight in Ingelheim,
in the forest the lady slides across
the crumpled leaves entranced by Elbegast.
Her nightclothes sweep the same old lemniscate,
with Elbegast’s wood gauntlets at her waist.


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