You have agreed to participate in some sort of experiment.
This is a work in progress in an extremely early stage of development, as well as a way to learn more about Twine.
You are part of an experiment where you are asked to choose between a selection of buttons. You change with each press, and help to advance science, probably!
A voice over an intercom
I totally agree with aegis7, I understand helping out with bug testing a game but come ON... There's needs to be at least SOME content. It's why I waited to release my game, I wanted there to be enough for someone to actually enjoy it. Then I gave up on it, so if I had released the little bit's I HAD worked on, there would be however many disappointed people that it was abandoned. I know we're a weird community, making games for free for others to enjoy, sometimes it seems without thanks, but lets take a minute to step back and really analyze what we're putting out there before we just fire off to the world the few sentences we came up with. (and this is not just aimed at this particular game, there are literally dozens I'm talking about here)
Ok, I hate you call you out specifically about this, but this has been going on for far too long and something needs to be said. Why can people post games with so little content on this site? I don't understand the appeal of it. There is almost nothing here, just a few short pages, a TG done in one short paragraph, and that's it. There was one I played the other day that didn't even have any tf elements at all, it was a blank world where you walked around not doing anything. It can't be to get testers on it, since it's so small in scope it could only take minutes to playtest yourself. It's not to generate hype, since there is so little of it I can't form an opinion. So why? I can tell you from personal experience, that I never follow up on any of these incomplete games to see how they turned out, since I have no interest in them. Just wait until you have something worth sharing, then do it.
There is no game here to speak of.