Hello! Thank you very much for playing. Unfortunately there's no way to save your progress -- doing so in a procedurally generated game is highly difficult for a number of reasons. As such, you should expect to spend 20-40 minutes playing through the game before reaching the ending.
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Hi! As this was a game jam game, made in 48 hours, I didn't have the time to include a soundtrack along with everything else. If I were to continue the project, though, I would definitely include one (or at least some sound effects). Thank you for your input.
If you're looking for something that isn't intensely angry and intensely political you've come to the wrong game. Again, really not sure why you feel the need to comment if it's clear you don't actually want to play the game.
Update: saw you edited this while I was replying to it. Nobody on my twitter called you a nazi, the thing normalizing neonazis isn't people saying "neonazis are bad" but instead the people saying "neonazis are good", and whether you play the game is of very little concern to me. That said, the fact that you're trying to talk down at me about the politics of a game that you haven't played and that I have spent literal months making says a lot about you as a person. Now say something constructive or don't say anything at all.
Then I'm happy to report that these are genuine bonafide neonazis! One hundred percent actual literal fascists that want to kill anyone unlike them (including but not limited to the four gay protagonists of this story). Made in America's late-capitalist imperialist hell regime and imported directly to an alternate universe where most technology is made out of meat. Seriously, I don't get where you're coming from here -- do you live in a world where neonazis don't exist? Because where I'm from, they're fuckin' frequent.
If this game isn't for you, feel free to not play it. If you bought a copy and turned out to not enjoy it, I'll gladly give you a refund. But don't come in here complaining about a game you haven't played just because of your own preconceptions of what it must be.
Hi! Apologies for the glitchiness. For certain versions of Unity, Linux has problems registering mouse clicks. It's sadly something that I don't have a direct fix for; however, I just rebuilt the game using a new Unity version, which should with luck fix the problem!
Hello! Thank you very much :) This isn't actually my music -- it's a song from this person from a couple years back that I really like. I'm not very good at making music of my own -- that said, I've made a couple other games in this genre!
Twirl, a kinetic music game about loss
DANCE UNTIL WE DIE, a music game about the greatest rave of all time
(and I didn't create this one but it inspired me to start making music games in the first place so I feel it's fair to link it) Comforting Sounds, a music game about depression that shakes me every time I play it