Hello, I noticed that the characters have Vietnamese names, may I ask if you guys are Vietnamese? :D If so, can I add the game to the Vietnamese Games and Visual Novel collection? Thank you in advance!
A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux
"Someone new came into the forest."
"I think he is a family member of the girl who moved out."
"He looks a bit like her."
"The one who got easily scared."
"Ah, ah, I remember."
"Very easily scared."
"She could sense us."
"There is nothing to be afraid of."
This game was originally made for the NaNoRenO 2020 visual novel jam.
- +3 hours of story/gameplay
- choices and 4 endings (good, bad, true, ???)
- some descriptions of violence
- mild body horror
- possible triggers for ommetaphobia
|Platforms||Windows, macOS, Linux|
|Authors||Boys Laugh +, Pectin, eZombo|
|Genre||Visual Novel, Adventure|
|Made with||Ren'Py, Clip Studio Paint|
|Tags||2D, Dark, Fantasy, Horror, Multiple Endings, Mystery, Narrative, Singleplayer, Story Rich|
|Average session||A few hours|
In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $7 USD. You will get access to the following files:
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Hello! Nicely spotted! We aren't both Vietnamese but Rohan/Pectin (writing this rn) is Vietnamese, born and raised in Germany. A trip to Vietnam last year (before the pandemic) inspired me to be more open about Vietnamese culture, hence the names. We'd be honoured if you'd add the game. :)
I can only get the ending where baby Tam yells at you, or the same one over and over where my mans jumps into the pool after talking to baby Index. Can anyone help me ;0;
Hi! To get the other endings you need to take the choices that are less skeptical and more open towards something supernatural going on.
But we also noticed that getting the good ending required more correct choices than intended, so we updated the game which should make it a little easier.
Thanks for playing and we hope that helps!
Something vague like "scenes that could possibly be upsetting/uncomfortable" isn't a very useful content warning. That could mean anything! If you're just trying to avoid spoilers, maybe add a text document with details to the downloads or something like that, so people don't see it by default but can check it if they're concerned. Just a thought.
Thanks for the feedback! We were trying to err on the side of caution because we couldn't single out many specific things that might be triggering, but it really wasn't a useful description.
We just updated the list to be more specific, so hopefully it is more helpful now!
Ah I've been in the mood for something creepy recently, already pre-ordered and I'm looking forward to it!