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2 thoughts on “My 11yo Son and I Play Adam Cadre's 9:05 (Interactive Fiction Playthrough)”
I did trim probably 20 minutes of Peter wrestling with the interface by himself, without much help from me. The edited package makes me look a bit more active than I really was during our session.
I think you held his hand a little too much. I think have been interesting to see him trying to figure the game’s conventions for commands by himself.
I was surprised he didn’t try to exploit the cubicle bug more. I wonder why he didn’t. Usually, it’s the kind of things that boys his age love (in my experience anyway) and it sounds like a possibly awesome metagaming technique.
Also, tell your son that leaving evidences that contains your DNA (like soiled clothing or bed sheets) is not a really good idea if you just killed someone unless you want to go to jail.