Moirai is a short, experimental-style first person adventure game created by Chris Johnson, Brad Barrett and John Oestmann. By most appearances it seems to be a straightforward exploration game with a few characters to talk to and a cave to explore. But Moirai has one key feature that makes it worth several minutes of your time... you'll just have to play it yourself to figure out what it is!
Use the [arrow] or [WASD] keys to navigate the 3D world of Moirai, tapping the [spacebar] to talk or interact with objects. If you want to get fancy, use [Q] and [E] to strafe. Speak to a few of the townsfolk before heading to the cave, then grab your gear and start exploring. After a few moments you'll encounter someone in the tunnels, and decide their fate based on the questions you ask them. Simple, right? Yet on your way out, after encountering something unexpected, you'll be intercepted and have to do something unexpected, and finding out what all this has to do with everything else is part of Moirai's unique charm. After, you enter your name and e-mail address so you can see the results of your little surprise. This twist at the end is the only trick Moirai has up its sleeve, but for a free download and a few minutes of playtime, you'll be surprised how many times you want to go back to it.
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