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I cannot always keep up with the dialogue.
Is there any way to look at it again without starting over? Takk for at du delte dette. Keep on winning! I don't know whether this is intentional or not, but, for me, the game is just a black screen with sounds in the background. I am using a macbook air. Please ensure no ad blockers are running, make sure your browsers and all your extensions are up to date, and try clearing your cache. That really was amazing. I know this game will probably never be as popular as Loved, due to the fact that there will be less people truly affected by it, but it really is something special.
I too played it safe with the options, and I don't think I want to play this again trying other options. Not because it is a bad game; but because I don't know how I'll react to it. I don't really know what else to say I ended up playing this on another site, and it worked there. But seriously, this is one hell of a well written game. It pulls at your heartstrings, and he knows how to pace it to get the reaction he wants. I don't want to say this, but the mom is a lot like my mom, and that probably helped do me in, especially as a gay person planning to come out soon.
If this isnt a trigger for you, or you aren't comfortable with the subject matter, I strongly suggest that you give this at least one playthrough. Even if its just to take notes for your english lit class. For the first while, I just played it safe. I still tried to keep the secret. However, as soon as the mom was warning me about Jack, that's when I turned "What's wrong with being gay? Having to deal then with the dad just made me legitimately angry at his intolerance. Overall, this game was quite the experience. I want to play again, but at the same time, I don't want to ruin the truly unique experience I had putting exactly who I was into that situation.
I'm coming at this story as someone who came out in more than one avenue and have seen some indie games that deal with lgbt issues. I originally didn't really want to play it twice, but while reviewing I decided I should give it another shake.
I wrote as I played. I liked the idea of this game, but I feel like the execution was really too limiting. I like the idea of limiting choice but every choice feels like it's cutting down or being judgemental of things from the narrator or the person representing 'the viewer'. You told me anyway and implied I was a jerk for not feeling like looking at them.
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I feel like it's sort of hostile at a viewer who wants to hear the story but can't be sympathetic-you can only really get choices that are 'less jerk' ones. I feel like he's sort of blaming the person playing the game for their choices 'I wonder what that says about you' because I chose to look at one portion before the other. It means I wanted to see what choices you made in this situation. The slightly positive things are buried within the negative choices. I think that's interesting, but rigid and made me feel as if I didn't want to play more than once.
I quite liked the story itself and I like the jab at simulation games.
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I like that someone is being open about their story and coming up with a game about it is sort of rare. I like the feeling of being trapped into coming out and being led on by the mother, but I felt like it was sort of weird to be told afterwards that the father wasn't there and that the had a brother. It messes with your view of the story and makes you wonder what really happened. It just makes the story confusing-that shouldn't have been included for the sake of coherency. I also felt like some of the questions he asks you are leading and poking fun at things but I don't know how to take what he says.
He includes 'It gets better' in a sarcastic way as if to mock it from the viewer point of view which I have no problems with and then does says he like the project. I don't know if the viewer is supposed to be someone he really wants to know about him, or representing a slightly jerkish person you might meet say in a cafe.
I viewed the credits and about first and got a little confused as to why he needed to say 'real name vs legal name'.
The narrator is nicer when these are viewed. The first time he goes a sort of passive agressive route 'Well if you'd viewed the credits you'd know. The mother finds out no matter what you do. The dialog trees are awfully similar. There are no right answers in two ways yes, but I feel like there is also nothing nice or happy you can say. There are sincere moments of hope if you try and force it.
Playing it more than once gives you sort of a guide to get a neutral ending so it doesn't feel as rending. He calls it a conversation simulator but it's pretty much very little variance. I agreed with my mother until she outted me herself and then I just kept agreeing with her. I felt very strongly that feeling when you want a conversation to just be over. The mother being inevitable makes this story really interesting and I like the claustrophobic feeling it gives me. I avoided telling the father and lied about why we were agreeing with each other.
It felt like a threat on her safety too, but once again I felt like it was muddling the story since I knew he wasn't even there. That would've felt more powerful if he hadn't told us the father wasn't there.
It sort of feels manipulative to have that threat and keep thinking. He wasn't there. Did the mother even react that way? It's a half truth after all. He keeps focusing on when you hear The Lie. I used it first the first time and last this time.
That I chose it last this time. The themes were very strong, but the story didn't completely back them up and the unreliability of the narrator works against it in my opinion.
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Oh wow, can I relate to this. A bisexual who grew up in the church and is now living with conservative Christians, keeping my sexuality a secret for fear of being thrown out on my ass. I've come out to my SO and a few close friends, but so far I haven't had the courage to tell the people I know I'd be letting down. Thank you so much for making this game. Indie game store Free games Fun games Horror games. Filter Results Clear. Simulation Games that try to simulate real-world activities like driving vehicles or living the life of someone else with as much realism as possible.
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