Thank so much! The art I used for Morgan is by Red Chan, who has a lot of great art assets available: https://red-baby.itch.io/sprite-pack-female-dark-hair
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Thank you so much for the lovely long comment! I love to see people really thinking about my writing. That's exactly why I left some of it ambiguous - I think it's a lot of fun to come up with your own ideas about what something meant, and see if other people are on the same page. I'm really glad you shared your thoughts! :D
Hi! Sorry to hear that. Did you try clicking on the door after you hear the clicking sound? I believe it should become clickable and take you out to the next scene, but if not I'll have to look into it!
I really enjoyed this VN! I loved the melancholy atmosphere and all the little variations and animations in the sprite art, like the cigarette smoke. And the true ending was so lovely and sweet! I'm really glad I picked it out of the queer games bundle to try. <3
I just finished this and really enjoyed it! I'm especially impressed with how well you simulated discord with the programming, and I loved all the cute characters and the fun interactions between them. xyx best boy!
Sorry to hear you're having trouble! Can you send a screenshot of the specific error message you're getting? What operating system are you on? If it's easier for you, you could email me (parttimestorier at gmail) and I'll see if I can help you sort it out.
I was so pleasantly surprised and flattered when I came across "No Alternative Remedy" on one of my playthroughs!
Out of the ones you don't remember, I'm guessing "Sparrow Drue: Clover Counsel" was Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney, and both "When They Laugh" and "When Waterfowl Cry" sound like they could be references to Umineko.
Thanks, I'm glad you enjoyed it! I tried to fit the theme a bit with centering the whole game around a conversation with only one character too, as well as with things turning out to be simpler than they seemed at the end. :)
This is a really sweet story! I think you did a great job of depicting bullying and depression realistically while also including a lot of cute and happy moments so that it doesn't get too intense to enjoy reading. I especially liked the parts with all four friends hanging out.