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Version: 0.1.3a

by imaginary albatross

Upon waking up, twelve people find themselves locked inside a mansion, abducted for reasons unknown. They must try to discover some way out, otherwise they may never return home again—at least not as themselves.

Insignificance is the spiritual sequel to another fetish game that no one knows or cares about, whose creator only rivals his creation in undeserved oblivion. Like most spiritual sequels, it is not a sequel of any sort, and it does not capture the spirit of the original in any way. The label serves purely as a marketing ploy. There is no need to take it seriously.

This game is the child of an unhappy marriage between a typical RPG Maker role-playing game and a hidden item escape game. Its efforts to please sometimes reflect the impoverishment of its parents' union, but it still strives in its own deficient way to live up to expectations.

The current version has four separate transformations and three endings. These are unrelated. It ends after the morning of the second day.

As for sexual content, this release has a lesbian domination/submission-oriented scene with images, in addition to nudity and pornographic descriptions. The tags reflect the current release only, not planned releases.

Reviews are welcome, but to report specific bugs, submit corrections, or ask for help, use the discussion thread instead of the review section.


Fixed autorun event bug in new room

Fixed minor event bug in new room

Fixed memory problem associated with slot machine (probably)

Softened stool blockage

Rid slot machine of gold bugs

Removed needless conditions for difficult special events

Saves from some of the earlier versions can now be used with the newer events



Added a small extension to one of the halls

Added a new transformation

Added more outfit dialogue

Fixed outstanding errors in the password puzzle; added a new note

Moved the beach house for the sake of first time players



Fixed another minor mirror bug related to outfit image displays

Fixed an inconsistency/bug related to a post-dinner conversation

Fixed a minor bug related to older saves and outfit unlock conditions



Fixed a Linux-specific file name bug

Fixed a minor mirror bug for one outfit



Added three new outfits, and one bonus that isn't quite

Added new Viv conversations for the outfits

Added gold display window for the slot machine

Resolved multiple point system bugs

Fixed slot machine event bug

Fixed door message bug

Miscellaneous typo fixes

Updated a few more plugins to mitigate lag



Fixed bug with event dialogue and point system during certain loss situations

Fixed minor Viv dialogue bug

Changed special attacks for one enemy

Changed BGM for a few battles

Added a few more chests in the castle

Changed a question asked in the tower

Fixed slot machine item bug

Fixed possible save bug in certain cases

Removed optimization for weapon equips, as they would be optimized incorrectly

Defaulted battle speed to "fastest"



Fixed serious bugs related to hidden choices during outfit switches

Fixed bug related to macros

Changed a few enemy attack patterns for "Safe as Milk"



Added uses for some of the items in the mansion

New unlockable outfit for each transformation based on the poll results, with mirror images and sprite changes

Face set images now change depending on the outfit

Added a few responses from certain characters depending on the outfit

Added player-controlled TP modes

Updated the engine and many plugins with bug fixes which may help ameliorate lag some were experiencing

Changed crafting progression to account for increased drops and TP mechanic alteration

Fixed more minor tile bugs

A few minor switches were removed and reorganized; this won't affect saves in most cases, although it could potentially in some



Decreased some item crafting costs

Made some movement puzzles easier in castle for "Safe as Milk"

Fixed major bug for "Frownland" relating to the black marker

Fixed minor tile bugs

Added the ability to turn off animated tiles to address lag in certain cases

A few minor alterations of in-game notes and dialogue



Added blackmail event, with images

New unlockable outfit for each transformation, with mirror images and sprite changes

Added room in castle to get password without solving puzzle

Changed castle puzzle hints

Made item drops more consistent for certain items and more frequent overall; crafting requirements increased

Added features: an Instant Text option, and the ability to hide the message box

Addressed lag issues slightly



Added "Too Much Time" mode for playthroughs after the first

Increased time limit for "Safe as Milk"

Removed time limit from "Ice Cream for Crow"

Changed time-stop time for "Safe as Milk"

Made enemy attacks more consistent for "Safe as Milk"

Made other minor combat and crafting changes

Changed castle puzzle and hints

Changed taunt mechanic

Fixed minor Cecil conversation bug

Fixed minor Evelyn conversation bug

Fixed minor save bug for "Frownland"

Fixed miscellaneous problems, mainly typos



Fixed a timed event mistrigger under certain circumstances

Added a few lines of gallery dialogue for unaccounted cases

Fixed a mistake in one variation of the castle puzzle

Decreased frequency of one attack during certain arena battles



Fixed a minor Dee conversation bug

Fixed minor post-dinner Aurora and Dee bugs

Clarified password when cheating

Made flashlight beam more bad flashlight-esque

Shortened post-dinner Viv wait time

Modified a Vesper conversation slightly for the sake of clarity (thanks for the tip earlier!)



Added taunt skill for all characters

Altered combat skills for one enemy type

Added beeps for Breakable Stop Watch to help players track time; also extended movement pause time by a few frames

Added more dialogue with the Village Chief

Made Pirus occurence more frequent

Fixed arena bug related to transformation

Fixed post-victory elevator bug

Fixed gallery dialogue bug

Fixed a few minor issues involving flavor text



Added craftable "Breakable Stop Watch" item to help with enemy movement puzzles; needs additional testing as it may result in balance issues

Enemy movement now stops when opening chests

Fixed hidden arena battle "give up" bug

Fixed minor fade-in/fade-out bug related to hidden arena battle

Added option to speed up battle animations (and battles) in Options menu



Fixed special arena battle and added new post-arena scenario conversation

Fixed slot machine Cecil conversation bug

Fixed post-victory waiting scenario elevator bug

Shortened number of password entry failures necessary for hint conversations



Fixed Pirus bug

Fixed a few minor bugs related to the new difficulty



Added the "Ice Cream for Crow" cheat difficulty for testing and those so inclined

Moderated enemy type system and altered color-coding for the sake of consistency

Adjusted battle mechanics, making enemies weaker and ingredient drops more common

Decreased the difficulty of some of the enemy movement puzzles in castle

Fixed Disassemble pool bugs that slightly affected balance

Added a note about the type system in the Mountain Tunnel

Fixed a bug with the generic arena loss

Fixed multiple bugs related to the dream

Fixed minor Punchy status bug

Fixed Monstrous Cave item bug

A few other minor changes related to combat

Window can now be resized by the player



Fixed last disassemble bug

Fixed outfit change bug for male form

Fixed arrow maze bug



Fixed crafting and disassemble bugs

Fixed mirror bug for default male form

Latest Reviews - View All Reviews

Review by ababaoababao2010

Version reviewed: 0.1.3a on 09/10/2018

Stuck on the flying island password thingy.

I take it A=1, a=2, and so on.

that | can be capital i or lower case L

If Have=H*2^3+a*2^2+v*2+e
Have+IAHW=Pass translates to 226+96=370
Have+lAHW=Pass translates to 226+103=370

If Have=H*a*v*e
Have+IAHW=Pass translates to 13200+11475=89528
Have+lAHW=Pass translates to 13200+16200=89528

If Have=H+a+v+e
Have+IAHW=Pass translates to 81+88=107
Have+lAHW=Pass translates to 81+97=107

And none of them fit. I'm stumped.

And what's the message you're even supposed to translate? MNR24DBKJZ....? nekromenoi?


Anyways, I say there should be a "skip" button for this kind of stuff if it's used for the main quest instead of sidequest, since while it might seem easy to some people, it's inconprehensible for others (like me), and it basically locks a lot of content.

Review by nandemonai

Version reviewed: 0.1.2e on 05/26/2018

Genuinely one of the least enjoyable games I have played.

The theme reminds me of the visual novel "Euphoria" - a bunch of students wake up in a strange place seemingly kidnapped under mysterious circumstances (however in Insignificance the villain isn't known from the beginning).

You (the un-nameable protagonist Miles) wake up in the Mansion, and are greeted by your "sometimes girlfriend" Dee.

The protagonist is honestly thoroughly unlikeable. He's aloof and just generally an asshole to every character he interacts with (which leads me to believe that - like Euphoria - the protagonist is the culprit). Also I hope you like intolerably needless exposition with walls and walls of text - because this game has that in spades. It's not even interesting, so I found myself just holding the ctrl (skip) button any time a conversation arose because I didn't want to sit through another 10-minute long expository conversation where the protagonist is a smarmy asshole over and over.

You split into groups of three and go on to do (timed) tasks that the culprit has set for you and your classmates. You don't even get to pick the door, and there are no conversation options at all during the first few hours of the game (after which point I stopped playing). It's completely linear, which leads it to be horribly tedious and boring.

The enemy movement speed is seemingly tied to your monitor's refresh rate, too, and even when I went into the options and disabled "Monster FPS Synch", it made absolutely no difference whatsoever, so fights became unavoidable.

You're eventually sent to stop an enemy castle from taking over more of a territory, and one of the floors is completely black - like think of the unlit caves in pokemon black (but there's no "Flash" option available), which leads you to have to stumble about blindly hoping to find the way through to the staircase, all the while dealing with an unseen (aside from a red smily face) character called "Toxic Pete" who will make small demands in order to let you pass. This floor can take a long time to navigate - but remember, it's TIMED. A character in the protagonist's team comments about how it's "lazy game design" - which it well and truly is - but being meta doesn't excuse the fact that it's fucking horrible. It's not funny, it's not amusing; it's literally just a waste of time (both IRL and in-game) for no good reason, and even includes some red herring options from Toxic Pete (at one point he says "I will move from this spot if you just wait 1 minute. If you leave this floor and come back in I will restart the timer", but after he moves it leads to a dead end anyway).

The combat is relatively decent, but there's no real fun to it - it's just a rinse and repeat cycle of trying to build TP to do special moves (other games built in RPG Maker MV - such as Afterlife - at least give you a reprieve as you can use mana-based abilities as well as basic attacks and special abilities which consume TP) and the auto-attack moves are quite weak while you take a fair amount of damage from enemies. Again - it's an effort in futility and tedium, which is apparently the core theme of this game.

In it's current state I would rate it as 4/10 - absolutely not worth your time (unless you have a lot of it to waste).

Review by EyeLoch

Version reviewed: 0.1.2e on 05/23/2018

this game is utterly fascinating, and I'm enjoying it a great deal so far

Review by sjcodan

Version reviewed: 0.1.2c on 05/12/2018

Less of a review. and more of a heads up

:If you have a 60+Hz monitor (I.E. 144) Go into the settings and disable monster FPS synch. Those monsters aren't MEANT to be moving at warp speed.:

Game seems good so far, btw, but too soon for a real review. Keep up the good work, boss!

Review by Gweddry

Version reviewed: 0.1.2b on 05/09/2018

Even though the game is rather short in its current state, one can clearly see it stands apart from most other games on this site. Let's have a list:
Good writing – dialogue flows like it should, descriptions are neither too vague nor too verbose, the only bad thing that comes to mind is the overabundance of text at the very beginning, where you are bombarded by walls of text before anything interesting really happens. Still, that's only an issue at the very beginning, and I can appreciate a game not reading like it was written by a horny thirteen year old.
Varied characters – the important ones, at least. While they don't really strike you as interesting at the beginning, the frequent word fights they have with you and among themselves really bring them to life. I especially liked that the main character is neither a blank slate nor some impressionable boob that does anything anyone tells him. He's a jerk, he tells people what he thinks (usually nothing positive) and his assholery made me laugh again and again.
Good gameplay – never thought I'd say that about an RPG Maker game. The fights in the game (especially near the end) can be quite tough, resource management is a thing as crafting is a major part of the game (and unless I'm missing something, you're likely to feel an urgent lack of fairy dust in the castle area) and there is no grinding – no EXP to be dropped and the enemies in the last area are likely to injure you more than you can heal with what they drop, even with maxed out equipment. They also do not respawn, which is a blessing since you do need to backtrack at times. I played the game on "Frownland" difficulty and I cannot complain. The fact the levels are timed doesn't actually harm you any – even when I took my time and explored everything, I finished on time no problem. It's mostly there to be at the back of your mind and yell at you to hurry, only adding to the intensity.
Choice and consequence – getting defeated isn't a game over and you get to choose just who to screw over whenever you win. I only hope the author didn't bite off more than he can chew with this, as it seems like the kind of thing that'll get harder and harder to manage as the story goes on, but so far it's quite nice. Some parts of the game seem to be randomised, such as which team you fight at the end of a round, but they do not seem to be too major and mostly serve to keep variety. Unfortunately, I have also found this part of the game to be incredibly buggy – the points you or other teams get are frequently recorded completely wrong, the game sometimes thinks I did something that I really didn't etc. I have high hopes these issues will be fixed in future updates, however.
Okay visuals – about what you'd expect from an indie h-game, really. Bulk of the game uses RPG maker assets, transformation scenes use imported models from some other other program. Overall it's alright – nothing to write home about, but nothing to scoff at either. I'm hoping for some mid-tf images later on, but the before/after ones we get right now are alright too.
Generic audio – Game uses the basic music from RPG maker, bleeps and bloops for speech (can be disabled at game start), etc. Then again, if you play games for the audio, this might not be the right site for you.
Multiple tf targets – the game is too short to actually have you experience anything other than the MC get tg'd (at least as far as I've found out), but the plot heavily implies you'll get to see your NPC companions get some changes and even influence who gets it when. I really look forward to when this part of the game gets implemented.

Overall, I'd give the game 7/10 in its current state, but I can really see it get to 10/10 if all the bugs are fixed and the game is finished with the same degree of quality and content as it had up until now. Kudos to the author and good luck finishing the game. I know I'll be awaiting its completion impatiently.

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