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A member registered Apr 18, 2018

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The moment I started her tears were my light, I knew this was going to speak to me in so many ways. The cute characters, floating particles in the background, and solemn music fit so well with each other. To my surprise, the cleverness of the game mechanics made this story so much more believable. 

This made me think about more than the game itself.

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Funny how "neither" becomes available at a certain point. Love the little easter egg :P

Smiley smiley waku waku. Oh and I love the classroom chalkboard.

Inner. Yandere. Is. Out. ...also love the true ending.

Loved it. Never thought my inner yandere would come out and join forces. 

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Thank you so much for making this game. At first, I thought it was another cutesy visual novel with all the bright colors everywhere. But I soon tasted a bit of darker undertones. Not to mention, this felt a little close to home. 

I also was pleasantly surprised with the results of the choices I made for sexuality. At first, it felt weird seeing a male version of Joyce because I expected a female like the store page's thumbnail, but it grew on me in such a way that I liked him a lot. 

I felt like this game tugged my heart in all sorts of directions. The mood gauge almost felt like life or death (and I was afraid to test out how low it could go). Characters were believable, especially customers at the protagonist's job (I lol'd). 

//TODO:today actually improved my mood. I forgot about things and let myself enjoy some escapism. 

Thanks again for creating this game! I'm looking forward to part 2.