Thank you so much for your support! You made our day. 🥰 We’re hard at work on the full release, so please look forward to that late summer/early fall.
CJ & Matt
Hi again! Just wanted to follow up on this. I can confirm that there was a bug in the game, and I also uploaded a new build of the game with a fix for it. When you're ready to play more, give the new build a try :)
Thanks again for reporting in! Your feedback has helped us make a better game 🌈
There's more game ahead--it's possible you missed a prompt somewhere, but I think it's more likely you ran into a programming bug :O. We'll look into it some more this week.
Thanks for checking out the game :)
Hello, and thanks for playing! EphemeralSmile should give you a link to the Terranova blog after she posts, “Just putting the last touches on the CSS... behold!”
If you can’t find it there, you should be able to find it by clicking on your Internet and then choosing it from the home page. (It should have a thumbnail of it)
Let me know if you have any questions!
Thank you for playing and for your comment! Out of curiosity, you mentioned the text—we’re working on cutting down on the text as we want to show, not tell.
Any part of the game so far that stood out to you that could use less text?
This was great! I won the artbook at FujoCon, and played the demo to see what the characters were about. I'm loving it so far. Please keep up the good work and I'm looking forward to seeing more updates.
In the far future when electricity is rare, two bold adventurers chart the patterns of the stars in an organic ship they built. It's been five years since they left Earth, and in that time they've grown closer and closer still.
When you've traversed the space between the stars with someone, how do you close the smallest gap?
A short story asexual romance inspired by Asexual Awareness Week. Aces are awesome!
Contains LGBTQIA+ themes and romance.
Preview of the story:
Once upon a time, there lived a little girl and her mother in a house by the woods. The mother, gray-faced and sullen, was hardworking and practical. She desired nothing more to live out the rest of her days with her only daughter.
Her daughter, however, dreamt of a world much bigger than their own; a world beyond their austere house and dark woods.
In this text-based interactive horror game, you play as Little Red Riding Hood, on her way to her grandmother's house. But something dark is lurking in the woods—something intimate, personal and horrifying. There are four total endings—can you play through them all?
Screenshots from the game: