The thing that I love the most about your blog is that there are some great posts. I especially enjoy the posts about how to get out of an abusive relationship.
I think you’ll like hitmakers because it’s an interactive fiction game where you’ll play as a person who has a history with a hit-mover who has broken up with their partner.
In Hitmakers, you play as the hit-mover. You have to work to get your ex to change their ways. You have the option to hire a hit-maker to help you out. It’s a bit of a meta game with a lot of meta-commentary. I thought youd be into that kind of thing.
I don’t know if that’s you specifically.
Hitmakers is a great example of the interactive fiction genre. In it, you have a player character who has a history with someone who has broken up and they are trying to figure out how to get that person to change their ways. You do that through interactive dialogue and you can have the conversation with your partner while you are playing the game.
This game is a bit like the interactive fiction genre, in that you don’t see the player character’s dialogue. They are only shown as a still image in the game. However, you can play as the character and interact with them as you would in real life.
The game, in its current form, lets you write your own stories. You can add dialogue, make up your own stories, change the dialogue, etc. The developers at hitmakers are keeping the game simple and keeping the game fun, but you can add your own stuff too. The game is only a few hours long and you can go between the game and your Facebook account. The player avatar is a human and the game is very easy to pick up and play.
In addition to writing your own stories, you can also add “in-game” dialogue. You are able to say things to the characters and interact with them. You can even voice your own character in-game.
In addition to writing your own stories, you can also add in-game dialogue. You are able to say things to the characters and interact with them. You can even voice your own character in-game.
You can’t really say “additional dialogue” in the official manual, but there are quite a few hints in the game manual.