that was an interesting game, to say the least.
ofcourse you may never read this review, however, i have to leave a good message about the impact that your game left to me.
while i am not a LGBT, i saw some very uncomfortable moments in this game.
the hidings, the hidden text-messages, the horrifying thought of ''telling the truth'', and the hostile enviroment overall.
i have to ask: did the majority of this happen? (ofcourse it did, but have you been punched by your dad for this? i mean yeah, listening to such news isnt the happiest news that a dad can listen (no offence, but i am honest), and its very frustrating, but no father should punch his child for listening to something like this.
if you can't get it by now, i chose the ''truth'' in the game, and in all the choices.
eventually, things became what they became, and the story ended with the protagonist (you!) being punched by his dad, texting his friend, and telling him that ''this was a bad idea'', and that he(you!) continued with the relationship with jack, even tho this was futile, and ended up in a slightly expected break-up. (again, no offence, but stressed relationships usually don't last).
so, was this worth it? obviously yes, if i can speak for you.
yet i felt awfully when watching playing this game. it made me feel quite uncomfortable. not for the gay/bi factor, but mainly for the bad parent-child relations, they were so bad, so bad.... and it made me sad.
what happened afterwards? (PM me anything, even a tiny fraction of the truth).
i guess getting the job at EA and moving away to california was a good ending, and a good move, since things at home were not the best.
at least are things with your mother ok? that would be good for my soul if it happened.
oh god. this is so awkard. and it feels pretty sad.
i hope that things will go good for you.
also, you might say that i liked the option of ''truth'' alot more, because in the end, you must be true to your family, and above all, to yourself.
the game was good, and it gave me (and to alot of people) food for thought.
the options were quite realistic (at least in the dialogue/tension section)....
and the ending was quite odd, but nice to watch. i also liked the protagonists(you) dialogue with the player(me?), it was funny!1
i wish the best for you, and may things work out for you.
also this game had NO replays. it seems interesting.
i got the truth ending, and i chose the truths.
i have to ask, was claire really a bi-girl? and did you talked with her? cool. (pm for that as well, if ya want)
overall, a good game, yet very very uncomfortable. so you did a good job.
im straight btw, so i hope my review does not offend you, but i sure hope that it gives you a good rating material or some food-for thought.
yep keep making games