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A jam submission

NowhereView game page

Meeting friends, remembering your past, and exploring kinks!
Submitted by Twee-lil-Lass — 4 days, 3 hours before the deadline

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Unfortunately I am also not very familiar with the Floraverse, even if I did give a quick glance at the page you linked through the intro, but from what I have read here, it really seems like you've put a lot of heart into making sure these characters were genuine and real fun to see them interact with. I also really liked the different links you've spread out throughout the different character interactions, which really helped give an extra flavour to it.

I personally got the ending of the second image here from the page. I dunno if I had to interact with different characters or click into different links to get the other one but still, there's that. Fantastic job writing this. Cheers! 🐳


the endings are tied to the events in Nowhere (the parts that start with the scary music), you'll know you picked the right path if the music changes in the middle. The idea is that you have to focus on what you know about the present, the characters, and the situation to figure out what the truth is. The true ending has a looooooooooot more content in it and was the part i had the most fun writing for! unfortunately i only had time for one event in nowhere in time for the deadline, but the idea was that with a 33% chance of picking the right answer (if picked at random) at least one out of the 5 would've probably been truthful, and you only need one truth to get the true ending.

here's a hint to make the right choice: "the three choices represent what is lost: nothing, yourself, or someone else. Reflect on who you know is missing something"


I'm not familiar with the Floraverse so I definitely have some way to go before I can fully understand what's happening here :) However, even without knowing the backstory I can tell you've conjured appropriately creepy images through your text - it would be good to see a continuation of this.


hey thanks! I realize probably not too many other people find existential, emotional, and physical horror to be horny, but it's kinda my kink? I have plans for a total of 5 plays and 5 related "after party" endings related to the trauma explored in each Nowhere performance. The one that's done right now is "Punishment"