Passage: Chapters 1+2

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About this game

An intense visual novel adventure based on real-life experiences!
Did you know that job interviews are one of the scariest moments of one’s life?

As a recent college graduate, you are desperately looking for a job in your field. After several rejections and constant nightmares about your experiences, you find hope.

Your roommate, a beloved pet cat, transforms into an ancient Egyptian god to assist you!

With his powers, you can learn everything you need to know about nabbing your dream job.

He can stop time, allowing you to think before making your choices!
Navigate standard interview questions and weird brain teasers in intense scenes.

Discover the truth behind your nightmares and unveil the dark secrets kept by employers everywhere!

Will you nail the interview process and impress your future employer?
Or will you fall into a void of darkness?
An interview can mean life or death these days.
Full Release Features:*
Branching storyline with multiple endings and three major routes
5 different types of interviewers and scenarios
~10 hours of gameplay
Choice-based visual novel style gameplay
Original art and story
Original soundtrack
Real-life career advice based on comprehensive research

Music by Andrew Hintzen (@hintzmusik)
Sprite Artwork by Nova (@Sheep420X)
Special Thanks:
DeadeGuard98 (@DeadeGuard98)

*This is the demo version of Passage and only contains the first two chapters out of 5. Follow us to stay up to date for the launch of the full game!
Updated on
Mar 13, 2023

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What's new

Fixed a bug with title screen being blank.