This game was comforting in a "everyone feels like this" and existentialist sorta way. Thank you
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i think that i will remember this game for a long time.
Really well made. Good design, good music, touching story. I cried.
Wow, nice art work, nice story, and the dynamic between what you are telling and how you are telling it it´s aboslutely fantastic!
Your games make me feel kind of awful... in a good way. I guess, in your games anyone can find something that can recall things from one's own experience. Thank you for that and keep it up.
Hey, I don't know when this was made. I don't know if you are still responding, or if you ever were, but, I just wanted to say that this game is... the first thing in a long time that makes me feel... i don't know, seen? heard? whatever. it makes me feel okay. I grew up with undiagnosed adhd, clinical depression, anxiety, and a whole heaping helping of anger issues. I was so mean. As a kid, and a teen. I was evil. I would say things and do things and treat people like objects. I was truly the worst person.
Now, I lay awake at night thinking about all the people I hurt. Luckily, I had a change of heart senior year (my parents finally let me go to therapy) and apologized to everyone. I actually made good with a lot of people. But as someone who knows what it's like to have people out there who still think of you as this seething container of poison and all things toxic, it's really nice to read these words about being allowed to grow.
Thanks for sharing this. It's... real cool? I don't know, sorry for being so wordy. Hope you feel seen or heard or okay or whatever some time soon too.
thanks so much for the kindly comment! i'm so glad the game resonated with you. glad also that growing older has been good to us.
<3<3<3 i loved this game, thank you
I really connected with this. It feels really close to feelings I had around high school and growing up and being a kid with the internet as my main outlet. Thank you for making it!
I'm in tears... :")
This reminds me of the first time I played the game "Emily is Away" when i was still in High School. Now I am only weeks away from entering University and discovered this game. The story really resonated with me and makes me think about my past decisions. Great job on creating such a moving piece!
Really loved that, it felt personal
It's beautiful, I can relate to this game on whole new level
so good! i wonder if it's beautiful because we can all relate to it at some point or beautiful because it explains such complicated emotions quite simply in form of interactive game story...gah, it's so good!!!
This game was so emotional! I really liked it!
The game is not long but really moving, it is a beatufiful game
it was a simple yet so moving game
beautiful little game
very lovely game. thank you
this was really moving and gorgeous. thanks for making this <3
Very simple, yet very nostalgic
this was so stunning. thank you so much for this
This was really good. I liked this. I was really moved.
This was really beautiful, thank you💕
Wow, that was so beautiful.
i love this
oh gosh this is absolutely amazing
This is so powerful.
every time i discover a piece of yours, it redefines what i think is possible with bitsy!!! this was incredible, thank u.
That was beautiful! This is one of those pieces that shows that no matter how simple the platform is, it can be used to create great things. I'm looking forward to see more projects like this and to create something cool too.
Thanks for creating it!
Thanks for making this, it made me feel things.
the ending made me cry and think of alot of things...thank you for making this game!
Woah, what a beautiful experience. Thank you!
Thank you for this it really hit me and made me realise a lot.
Shook to the core with the idea that painful memories are a necessary evil we must accept with totality.
I don't think I've experienced any form of media, ever, that echos the feelings of my time in high school and onward. Here's to our growth. Feel the need to thanks everyone involved in this, it's truly a gem of an experience.
So soft and rough, all at once.