Inner Self aims to be a semi-open world sim-like game, where you are a freshman at university, having to share an apartment with your friend who will also start studying at the same campus, in which you are surprised with a new interpersonal development program.
This is a pre-alpha version, in the current situation the game is playable but with little content.
If you are having trouble not knowing what to do in the conditioning minigame, sorry for not putting a hint or guide, to complete the task you need to pop the resistance bubbles with the left mouse button, you must click on them until the resistance reaches zero.
- For accessibility reasons the conditioning minigame was made easier, bubble resistance has a max of 03 clicks and the exitation bar increment was decreased with each beat.
Some system updates:
- The game is now in windowed mode.
- Menu option is available to change the resolution.
- Missing translation of the character view interface.
- Halved the time to advance the dialogue.
- Player can now advance dialog with the space key.
- MAC version available for download.
This game has one of the prettiest UIs in this genre - as well as the one of the nicest art directions. However, as the author says, content is almost non-existent: one minigame and several make-work actions to repeat. The extensive wardrobe/paperdoll is useless. The biggest con, to me, is the wasting of / disrespect towards player's time: each possible UI action is animated w/o possibility to skip. Ending a day takes 5+ seconds while literally showing a timer! Fapping action is real-time (!!) and unskippable. Talk about grinding...
Possibly the best looking first release I've seen, art's adorable, no idea what the review below me means by calling it a bit homophobic lol. Reccomend you check it out and consider supporting if you can, looks really promising.
For a m/m game, its so feminine and focus more of female porn. This seems homophobic.
Really amazing start. Great art, great concept. Definitely needs a save system as it grows and the grammar is a bit off, but still good enough to convey the story clearly. Looking forward to future updates for this one.
Beautiful art work, an interesting premise for the game.
Lot of clicking (bubble popping) so if your Carpal tunnel is playing up you might avoid this.
The creator might want to get someone to help with the syntax for the English language.
As an Alpha it is pretty good and look forward to seeing how this develops.