Hello! I really wanted to make a game. Not an interactive story, but a game. Unfortunately it didn\'t work out, with time my mind steered more toward not-so-much-interactive story instead. I\'m publishing this heavily unfinished game thought, because it took me A LOT of hours to make. It also contains some TWINE logic that could be used by others (I don\'t want to be rude, but \"Perverted Education\" mess in Twine was one of the factors that inspired me to do this xD) and a lot of text, even though it was just a start.
I hope I will make something better next time, but it is very time-consuming, I doubt I will be able to make something truely great :) Have fun with this one, tell me what you think about it and surely tell me if it contains anything that inspired you or helped you create your own game.
Young boy addicted to masturbation decides to slow down. Although everything around happens to become very unexpectedly weird.
This is a very promising start. To bad you decided to let it go. I would love to play more. Thanks for making it!
This could be a most excellent game. Please work on it.
I don't usually bother to leave comments, but since the author mentioned possibly doing something similar in the future I wanted to encourage them to do so. I really like what there is of this game and would love to see the story continued, even if it's in a different format.
That was pretty good! There's some bugs and typos, and it's unclear when the content exactly ends, but it's well written and has a lot of potential with some more work put into it! Really hope it'll go further than that.
Thank you! (this site really needs a "reply to a review" functionality)
I am 95% sure I will drop it, although I think about transfering the idea to something I know better, by which I mean an interactive story. I wanted to make it a "better PE" too hard, instead of my own thing, and it didn't work well for me.
But I very much appreciate your and following comments! In contrary to many creators here, I want to make something that people enjoy, instead of a simple "story that I would like to read myself". Possitive comments (and constructive critisism!) helps with that a lot :)