aaaaaaaaaaaaa thank you so much for playing robo-tea1 and commenting!!!
I hope you don't get diabetes, and that you get to enjoy all the other games too!
It is a deliberate worldbuilding choice, but not specifically for privacy. (Though, I do value cybersecurity, and am pleasantly surprised that the game world follows suit!)
When I finally get to making the mini-game for robo-tea:2ndServing!, I'll try to make the actual reason more apparent. :P
aaaa!! I'm so glad you enjoyed the game, knowing the feelings it brings to others is so rewarding for me.
Watching your letsplay was so much fun! I actually had to pause and do a happy dance from time to time, your commentary was awesome!
Thank you so much for your support, and I'll keep working hard on the sequel! :D
Thank you for your kind comment, this was wonderful to wake up to! (also, I love your username!) I'm really glad I achieved my goals of a calming and mushy gay game! >w<
And I don't mind at all! There are 3 possible endings: one with Revek, one with Vals, and one where you don't don't date either one of them. Out of all the choices in the game, only two change the route direction. (The others are just for alternate dialogues/learning more about the characters)
Thank you so much! It means a lot to me to know that it was good to you. ;w;
I do see this game series being a "safe space" or "therapeutic" game, and keep designing each one with that in mind. It is so important to find a place where you're safe and are met with kindness. I'm so glad that you enjoyed!! and I can't wait to share the rest of the series in the future!
Hi hello, I'm jo-robo! My main skills are illustration and creative writing, and I'm trying to learn more about code stuff (slowly I will make sense of it). I made a visual novel, robo-tea:1cup!, and released it on Valentine's Day. Pretty much just here to share cute robot dates with the world.
As a friend described me: "[jo-robo] said she'd make a queer robot dating game and she DID."