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hmm. so, wondering, judging from the name and y'know, the "voices" the character hears, this seems to be from the perspective of someone with Dissociative Identity Disorder, correct? so, our question is: how much research into DID did you do? cause if you did little research (or got your info from bad sources), this game can come off pretty ableist in some regards

no offence intended, just want some context behind your reasonings for the games premise


Thanks for sharing your concern!
We're going to write a postmortem on the game soon, and we will share our full thought process.
But rest assured, even though the game is supposed to be funny, we are not making fun of DID.
When we are done writing the article, we will post a link to it on this page.


thank you for your response, glad to hear that you're taking this topic seriously (well, for a comedy game :p). DID is really commonly demonised in media, so it makes us happy when we see like, at least semi-decent depictions of plurality ^^

look forward to the article!


Though the pun really does sound like it, tbh. I appreciate that you're being nice about it in this reply but it still doesnt change the impression that literally everyone gets just from playing your game. whether you intended it or not, people will get the notion that this is about DID and like what Luna Moon said, media demonizes people with our condition a lot. I don't like the idea of sounding bossy but I think it would do a lot of good if you made it less...the way it is. It may not be your intention to make fun of DID but for real it looks like it. maybe just a simple name change, I don't know. or you could just leave it how it is and maybe put a disclaimer at the beginning? You absolutely do not have to, I just figured I'd add in my two cents and request a little bit of change to reflect your reply here. I would (as well as others with my diagnosis) really appreciate it.