In 2035, full-sensory virtual reality is on the cutting edge. The protagonist and his friend are attending a university in which major developments in the field of VR artificial intelligence are being made, in the form of a highly advanced VR-enabled reclining chair. Will the protagonist end up there, and if he does, will he ever want to leave?
Note: This story contains dark subject matter and is not a light-hearted VR sex romp. In fact, it's almost the exact opposite of that.
The game is "complete," for some definition of complete. All the intended paths have been filled in. If somebody else wants to take over development and/or expansion of this title, contact me. I would be happy to turn it over to somebody else with more time to add branches and content.
Version 0.95 (functionally complete)
Version 0.8 (first upload)
I've played a lot of games for fun but I think this is the first AIF I've ever played--on this site or off--that qualifies as 'art'. That's not everyone's cup of tea, but holy shit is this well-made. The writing is excellent, the story and characters are compelling, and the twist is a gut-punch that you can see coming if you're observant. It's not the sexiest AIF I've ever played, but that's not really the point of it, and for what it is it's...absolutely phenomenal. 5/5 stars, 10/10. Seriously, I can't heap enough praise on this thing.
Very well written and extremely dark short story. Erotic and horrifying. It very much feels like a Black Mirror episode.
It is written pretty well, as StrongRight said. However, instead of being disappointed by the lack of explicit sex, I would advise anyone to check the rating of the game.
"R (219 games)
Restricted - may contain nudity and violence; may contain sexual situations, but no explicit sex"
Its written pretty well, but ultimately, its very disappointing. A warning for anyone who wants some fleshed out sexual scenes and detailed erotic stuff, you won't find any here. The sex is glossed over at best.
If you want black mirror the tg game, this is for you. It has very good writing, a very linear story, and a VERY dark twist. Love the concept, it works way better than I thought it would.