"Perfect World" is a degenerative glitchy interactive fiction on environment and body horror, made using Twine where you are placed in a beautiful, surreal world that's perfect in every other way.
As you try uncovering the reason why you are the anomaly, every choice you make will disintegrate the "perfect world" and the grammatical structure of the text slowly.
"Perfect World" is an experiment in form and structure with a twisted, ugly message on environment and body image.
There are five "non-endings" that reach a point the text glitches into all the choices, creating a dead-end for the player.
"Perfect World" is the third of the six games in the experimental series "Agency?" that's built around deconstructing player agency in different ways.
Suicide and self-harm.
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