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I played "If in Your Dreams; the Flood" first, and really enjoyed it, but then when I played "Beyond Yesterday's Grasp," the ending that I got didn't seem to match up with the rest of the story. I got the "Surrender" ending, but I had succeeded in bringing down Genevieve's killer, so it didn't make sense. Plus, the transition to the last scene was abrupt, as if it had been programmed wrong. Then, the game stated that I had read all three stories, when I hadn't even opened "Let Go." yet.

I really enjoyed what I saw of this game, but these bugs make it feel like I'm getting an incomplete experience. Is there any possibility of having them fixed?

Hi, Zelan, thank you for the bug report.  These are known issues, however our programming director is indisposed and has no internet. We'll be able to squash these bugs by the end of the month, hopefully.  Sorry about that.

Thank you both for your quick replies and explanations! I look forward to playing the updated game. ^_^

Hi, Zelan. I was the assistant team lead for Beyond Yesterday's Grasp. Thank you so much for playing our VN.

The first thing you mentioned is not actually a glitch. The Surrender ending is not precluded by stopping Genevieve's killer—in fact, quite the opposite; it's impossible to get the Surrender ending without having done so. The transition between the ending and the preceding scene is indeed abrupt, however, and this will be addressed in a future update.

We've discovered from reader feedback that most people on track to get the true ending will instead get Surrender, mostly because they only choose options that acquiesce to Genevieve's demands. Without providing any spoilers in this space, I will say that your choices in the second and last sets of options are both pivotal to getting the true ending.

Thanks for commenting! I hope you'll get to see the other endings as well.

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Spoiler about how to reach the true ending in "Beyond Yesterday's Grasp," 

http://freetexthost.com/fvzx6k3bay