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Love it! I definitely think Twine and Bitsy are non-solid, soft / fluid game-making tools, and using these tools as an enby / trans developer makes perfect sense to me! I’m gonna share this to some people.
I just played this game with a friend I deeply love and it was such a good and amazing experience, thank you! The other player and I talked about this game experience together. We figured out that what’s difficult about intimacy is not intimacy itself, but rather how to get to that intimacy. And this game perfectly fits that purpose. Lots of love to you <3
Hello, I am very, very happy to read your answer. Thanks for writing all this and sharing it with me!
I guess passing is far from being just personnal: it’s a matter of context, of society, and so on… And I guess this is what makes passing painful. It’s something you can’t really control, it’s out of reach.
As for you character Fancy, it totally sounds like an awesome idea! Have you ever considered collaborating with someone else?
Fantastic work, I loved it. Thanks for doing this. This is one of the things I really don’t like about dating games (espacially with anime characters), they all look the same, with “pretty”, white and thin datable characters. That’s so fucking boring! This essay makes a lot of sense to me.
I deeply enjoyed playing this game, as a trans woman. I tried getting different endings, but I only got the misgendering ending. Make me wonder, though… Is passing about being seen as a woman or about being seen as a cis woman, to you? I’d rather be seen as a queer, trans woman than a man; as long as people are respectful to me and use the correct pronouns, I’d be 100% okay with that. I live with a langage –french– that genders absolutely everything (nouns, verbs, adjectives…) and getting misgendered in french is harsh and happens quite a lot. Anyway, thanks for this game, lots of love!