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nightbassdreamer

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Eser is so well-written and feels so familiar to me. I feel like I understand them so well. The insects, even when they were mean or cruel, were lovely to interact with. The art works well with the feeling of alienation. The insects aren't anthropomorphised in any way, which (to me, anyway) just highlights that pervasive sense of belonging or, in this case, a lack thereof. Overall, this comment may be verbose but I just had to explain my thoughts about this. The writing and art are gorgeous. I'm genuinely in love with this game and writing style.

Not ashamed to admit that I actually got choked up at the ending. That was one of the most bittersweet game endings I've seen/played through in a long time