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Cheers to not being a girl!
Seriously though, this was beautiful and I'm going to show it to my partner shortly because this just explains so much of it so well.
I'm gonna read most of it to him cause he's dyslexic, but I'm super excited to share it with him.
So I played this in the middle of the night and nearly cried.
I'm no wordsmith, nothing I could type here would do this justice.
5 stars, absolutely recommend.
Buy this, play it, play it with a friend you want to understand.
Feel yourself get yanked back into the kid you were in both the best and worst ways possible.
I was not a good girl. Now I'm not even a girl.
Hi, super late to the party, but this was really heartfelt.
I hope this happened for you, that you found a nice apartment.
That if your family found out they'd be willing to try and be better.
I hope this happens for all of us one day.
Thank you for making this game. It was very sweet and I needed it.
"My house now."
I know you don't plan to update this, but why so much fear around drawing Death? It just means "The End of a Cycle" "Beginnings" "Change" and "Metamorphosis". It's a rather neutral card. Drawing The Tower seems much more frightening, standing for "Sudden Upheaval" and "Disaster"
I never deleted the draft, just in case. I wouldn't call it an answer, but I found:
I'm not them. And they're not me. But we're kind of each other. Probably.
Itch.io has comics. There are still lights on in the hall. I don't like that.
I want to lay down in the middle of a street and just look at the stars. But I might get hit by a car.
I want to read the story Stacks wrote in Craig of the Creek. A Star To Call My Own.
Sureal, abstract. I like that kind of thing. Things that make your brain feel weird.
Some stuff left out because it mentioned personal info that I'd prefer not spread about, like my partner's name. It looks to be last edited July 11th.
I'm sorry, perhaps this is some kinda typo or brain fart, but on page 12, under the "Trans/Non-binary" header it says "Trans characters and cis non-binary characters are the core of the play experience. I'm not sure what this means. Are you implying non-binary people are cis? I'm just confused.