StatusIn development
PlatformsHTML5
Rating
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(2)
AuthorIcarusIrving
GenreInteractive Fiction
Made withTwine
Average sessionAbout a half-hour
LanguagesEnglish
LinksWebsite

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I feel like there's more story to be told! I wanna know what happens with Naer since I invited them to my place! I wanna apologize to the twins for taking the stone~ I wanna meet the merperson again~ 

I'd love to see more.

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There absolutely is! Thank you so much for playing - I'm so glad you enjoyed it.
This is definitely a rough first release that I intend on extending into a longer game, where there are multiple in-game days so you can visit each location multiple times. Again, thank you so much for playing and giving feedback!

I look forward to seeing the rest! I've subscribed to you so don't forget to upload it here when you're ready!

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I absolutely will, thank you so much!!

 Curiosity got me wondering if you've made progress on this since a year ago~ your game made an impression on me, I still think about it.

I'd definitely have to play through it again from the beginning cuz there's a lot I don't remember.

No pressure~ Just checking in. :)

This reply means so much to me! Thank you so much.

In short, there hasn't been any solid progress with it. I did some rough planning on how I'd remake the game to have multiple days possible to visit and revisit each area, and even submitted my game as a proof of concept to an app called Tales and was planning on making it through that.

But over the past month I started doing some soul-searching and reflection on how hard writing's become for me - turns out there's some trauma there. So I decided to take a step back from considering myself a writer for the next while - six months or maybe a year, maybe more if it ends up being that. There's just a lot of conflation of my sense of self-worth and my ability to write. 

It's hard to say whether I'll revisit this project in the future, but for the time being, it's going to have to sit the way it is. 

Again, thank you so much for taking the time to both play through my game and reply to it. To know that a story of mine even in such a rough state can have a lasting mark on someone is humbling to think about. Thank you!