Lifeline is a text-based adventure mobile game developed by Three Minute Games for iOS and Android. The player guides the main character, Taylor, through a texting conversation, to survive an unknown moon after their spaceship crashed. Lifeline was written by Dave Justus and published in 2015. In the game, players interact by choosing from two different responses to help the main character progress in the story
As Sara stands on the cusp of committing an unthinkable act, an unforeseen and awkward encounter gives her the opportunity to witness the potential consequences of her destructive action. But is this a second chance or an admission of guilt? Director: Mohamed Al Daradji (as Mohamed Jabarah Al Daradji). A willful young boy follows his just as obstinate grandmother in a journey across Iraq, determined to discover the fate of her missing son, Ahmed's father, who never returned from war. Director: Mohamed Al Daradji.
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is essentially a choose your own adventure novel where you have to wait hours to turn to the next page. If that doesn't strike your fancy, keep in mind that after you finish any story ending for the first time, you can then turn on fast mode and skip the wait time, so it only takes minutes to an hour at that point to go through different branching story paths and discover new endings. becomes, and there are very different endings to be found, depending how long you manage to keep Taylor alive. Below is the path we took to get.
Kino's Journey is a collection of societal parables, told through the eyes of a wanderer who visits countries and observes them. Kino, the main character, takes a somewhat prime directive stance toward the civilizations, although she is sometimes coaxed to interfere out of compassion. The show is a collection of parables, and as such, the societies it portrays are exaggerated portraits of a certain societal trait. It's possible that some viewers will feel as if they're being beaten over the head with the moral on some of the episodes.
|What You Gonna Do When Your Lifeline Snaps?|
|CALC 3||3-Action!||...On The Journey Of A Lifeline (7", Single)||Ediesta Records||CALC 3||UK||1986|
|CALC 3T||3-Action!||...On The Journey Of A Lifeline (12")||Ediesta Records||CALC 3T||UK||1986|