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The House In Fata Morgana Game Diary, Part 3.

Writer’s note: I will not discuss specific spoilers in this piece, because anyone who plays The House In Fata Morgana for as long as it takes to get to the twists deserves to have them preserved — but I will discuss the motifs that weave through the game, so be warned if you want to go into the game completely blind. Also, the images might be considered spoilery, too, though I endeavoured to keep away from the BIG twists.

Also, please be aware that this isn’t a review — it’s an ongoing diary of the game ahead of a review, so we can truly deep-dive into the themes of a game that earned so many 10/10 reviews that it had a perfect score of 100 on Metacritic for a time.

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