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Well, we did insert a hint system at each dead end. If invoked, "Professor Cassandra" should provide a suggestion about how you can get past a given "bad end". There's only one part in the game that, in our estimation, might be a little tricky. But, even if you have to back track quite a way in order to correct the issue, we also implemented a skip system which should let you skip past any scene you've already viewed.

That being said, we have considered making a Let's Play. Well, since it'd be from the creators, it'd be more like a Let's Play mixed with "director's commentary". But, not sure there's really enough interest to create such a thing.

Regardless, thanks for the comment.

Thanks for the comments and glad you enjoyed the game.

As far as making spoiler-y comments, there are a number of choices. First, if you happen to use Reddit, you can make a post in our subreddit:

Just label the title as containing spoilers. This might be useful if other people who have played through the game have similar questions. Aside from that, you could always just email us:

And incidentally, yes—even by completing this version of the game, there are plenty of questions left to be answered in other paths. We figure that's the best way to compel readers to follow up with different branches...uh, assuming they ever get made. :P

You know, it didn't occur to us until just recently that a lot of people would probably naturally gravitate towards the choice that would lead down Elena's path. Whoops! :P

As for not being able to save? I've not come across anyone with that issue yet. However, my suspicion is that you probably have the Windows version? And perhaps you unzipped it into a Windows 7/8/10 environment? If so, I'm betting that Windows made sure to keep the directories and files "read only"—which would prevent the game for writing any data (like a save game) to your disk. If that is the case, you may be able to get around the issue by changing the security properties of the Errant Heart directory to allow writing/modifying of files.

In any case, glad you've enjoyed the game thus far, and hope you enjoy the rest.

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Not in the strictest sense. There are some dead ends. There are some "stubs", which would lead to additional character branches (if we ever get the opportunity to make more), and there are some choices that alter the pacing of the existing branches.