Milk Party Palace is a choice-based game with some sound effects, executed in Unity. It’s a comedic slice of life piece, which I did not play to completion.
I have to confess that the blurb for this did not leave me with very high hopes: I tend not to connect well with comedy about celebrities doing kooky things. (Possibly this is because I’m not really paying any attention, so while I know who Alec Baldwin is, I couldn’t really tell you anything about his personal life.)
It turns out that the comedy is indeed not my kind of thing. There’s some toilet humor; some violence passed off as a joke even though the characters get genuinely hurt; a portrayal of minorities that feels somewhere between wacky and uncomfortable. I tried to play for a while, but it got to a point where it seemed like I needed to treat the other characters pretty badly to proceed, and I disliked that experience enough to stop.
An interesting point, though: this is the first comp game I can recall (unless I’m missing something?) executed in Unity. That’s pretty interesting. It’s basically a straight choice game augmented with sound effects, and I usually found myself clicking through the slow-text effects, but it has a distinctly different feel all the same from most of the choice-based systems that the IF community usually uses.