I love how I made decisions true to myself and it ended with me getting the only ending where we live.
Can't wait to see the res.
To be honest, at first I thought it was because I did something wrong. I kept on reloading the page and trying again and then kept on spamming, starting with all the nice options and then desperately changing to the aggressive options because as much as I didn't want to, I wanted a conclusion. Hell I even kept my laptop running at the end to see if anything would happen if I said nothing for hours.
And then I read your description.
Also I can see the effect you were going for but, in my personal opinion, I didn't like it at all. I'm not saying I wanted a happy ending for Mark and Victoria, but I wanted a conclusion of some sort. Or at least a happy ending for Victoria, like she moves on and struggles to find love but eventually does and it goes well this time. Then again, I have no idea who is more of the bad guy in this situation because you don't give us any backstory on them.
Hell, for all I know Mark was forced into the marriage by his family when he's gay or something and I'm just siding with Victoria when Mark isn't completely at fault.
I know that most people would just move on but I would have appreciated a little more dept. There could have easily been a little more backstory with Victoria's inner dialogue.
Or there could have been a secret where if you play a second time you unlock Marks viewpoint.
I'm sorry if I went a bit overboard aaaa
I downloaded it, extracted it.
Now I have the goose desktop thingie on my desktop. Nice.
I click the application, eager to meet my mini honking friend
he doesn't appear.
I feel deep disapointment.