It certainly succeeded in making me feel very uncomfortable before the big gut-punch, and I enjoyed it overall. *Minor Spoilers* I feel like the twist would have been more effective if the story ended after the second scene at the park. As it is, it kind of drags on after that, unnecessarily repeating events and over-explaining things the reader has likely realized on their own by that point. But I'm no writer, so take that with a grain of salt.
1 person found this review helpful
I liked it, but it's not good. This game feels as if it was written by a friend of mine in year six— it's an edgy story with interesting ideas, quirky twists, and pretentiously charming writing, but a fatally amateurish and rushed style and an apparent lack of tact while handling very sensitive topics. The use of subtlety is abysmal; the writing was too blatant with the fact that something was wrong. Immersion is lost, but charm is witheld. Potential is there, but needs heavy improvement.
6 people found this review helpful
Beautiful! It's bittersweet and how I wished things would get better. One thing I'd just like to point out is that there's too much text in one scene so it's kinda challenging especially for people with small attention span. Anyway, amazing. ((◍•ᴗ•◍)❤