Haha in my mind I was thinking MC is August but you can name her whatever! Thank you :)
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A romance / horror story about life, death, and memes.
How will you spend time?
**Warning: contains mentions of suicide and self-harm.**
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Just launched this on Steam so I'm finally announcing it here! have fun and I hope you enjoy :)
can you redownload it then copy and paste your log file? They can be found here:
- macOS: ~/Library/Logs/Unity/Player.log
- Windows: C:\Users\username\AppData\LocalLow\Angela He\missed messages\Player.log
- Linux: ~/.config/unity3d/Angela He/missed messages/Player.log
Thanks so much! Yeah I try to ignore them but when you constantly see them everyday it gets tiring :/ I'm super grateful for reasonable players like you though. Idk what Live2D is but I'll check it out when I get time! <3
D: Sorry to hear that. Idk if it'll help but tell him it may be what he, I, and many others would like to do, but it's certainly not good. You'll never get to wake up from the dream world of grief and get to experience the good things that might happen in the future, like you, the person he's dating.
I feel like you believe the happy pills are anti-depressants. Nowhere did I say that. Nowhere, either, did I say that the main character was depressed. The pills could be opiods or xanax. All I said they did was purportedly 'take the pain away'. Also, I personally have had shitty experiences with medical professionals. This game is based off of my experiences. If meds work for you, great. This game is a personal story - a case study.
I think you have a great argument and point to make. But I think you've interpreted the game as fact, as explicit, when the surreality implies to not take it at face value. I never said the happy pills were antidepressants, either, I just said they're to fight the pain - they could be benzos or opioids. The game's supposed to represent the despair, isolation, and emotions that a person might feel after losing someone. Help, yes, is crucial to healing. But sometimes you can't get help - maybe your parents refuse to believe your pain is real; maybe your friends tell you to get over it. Maybe you have nobody. I'll keep your point about medical professionals in mind - I personally have had terrible experiences with them, but I shouldn't let that blind me. Thanks for sharing your opinion. The fact that my game came across as such was not what I wanted, and I would revise it; however, this game has honestly been too emotionally taxing for me to make. I don't want to touch it again.