This has got to be one of, if not my favourite Ludum Dare game. Its take on life is currency really put a new take on the idea, which I had not seen in any others in Ludum Dare 44. It took a couple of rounds to understand it, but the progression system, at least in my experience, gave the bittersweet feeling of time passing, of memories being made, while time to make more running out. Every new Gacha provided a new piece of that part of the story which ended in a satisfying conclusion, while also giving a great sense of achievement. If this game were developed further and given a price tag, whether on itch.io, another website, on Steam or another platform, I would certainly purchase it. It has not only been a great experience but a realisation of how precious time is. Sorry I wrote so much, but it was just an amazing game.