You wake up on a strange beach with no memory of who or where you are, and you explore the land and your own memory over the course of the game.
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An interactive tale of self-discovery, set in an alternate universe. Author's site, with reviews and downloads.
Brass Lantern Sam Barlow Review
Sam Barlow's review of Worlds Apart, by Suzanne Britton. (June 21, 2001)
IF-Review: Casting a Critical Eye
"Despite finding it quite tough going to actually play, I'm very fond of Worlds; it represents a massive amount of work and a great deal of ability." (January 16, 2001)
Brass Lantern Emily Short Worlds Apart Review
Emily Short's review of Worlds Apart, by Suzanne Britton. "'Worlds Apart' is perhaps the first real work of science fiction I've ever seen in I-F." (December 13, 1999)
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