Works for Windows, Macintosh, and Linux.
Tags: Siblings, slice of life, lots of bad ends
1820 x 720
Edit: I have now added a Load button to the quick menu. Don't know why it's not already in default. O.o
Note: If everyone is still confused with the save/load menu, let me know asap and I'll change it back to the default menu to make it easier to keep track.
Their parents going out for the night for a group meeting then dinner, Henry is tasked with telling his three little sisters...a bedtime story. Yup, that's all to it. Dinner was taken care of via pizza and soda and had ice cream for dessert. They already naturally shower and brush their teeth, afraid to end up like the man living in the smelly house on the corner.
But that's not what Henry has to worry about. Nope. He just needs to find a book-oh wait those got donated to charity. Shouldn't be too hard to just make one up. Right?
Henry: The no spine pathetic teenage boy you play as. Watch as he gets walked over and bossed around, aggravated as he does nothing. (He doesn't spoil them, nope. He doesn't spoil them one bit, not in denial either.) Many times he wonders if they are aliens or robots.
Samantha: The so called sweet and innocent one, according to the parents. Into fairy tales, happy endings, and all things magical. Also likes anything pretty, her definition of pretty varies from subject to subject. Can't stand it if a good guy or innocent gets hurt or killed. Believes all robots are evil.
Kathy: Got so tired of her classmate pulling on her right pigtail that she chopped it off. She only has the left one intact on purpose to mess with his mind, or so she says. A typical tomboy, doesn't think that much unless it involves certain subjects. She isn't stupid, just not interested.
Rhonda: Believes herself to be a proper young lady, turning up her nose at anything that she deems unworthy of her. Usually gets upset if things don't go her way, but is willing to make compromises. Thinks she's smarter than Henry and interrupts all the time. Surprisingly the most honest of the three despite her blackmailing nature.
Uploading this now just in case I forget since dealing with real life troubles. I expect you guys to stare blankly at the monitor sometimes, going "What?". Warning you now that all of this, is the very first draft to make it more believable for a first time storyteller. It's one thing to read from a book, but it's another when you have to speak out loud to a group of children without a script while making sure you keep eye contact with them among other things. Can you spot all the references? =P Have "fun"!
Note: Won't be adding screenshots until puush is fully safe. At the moment there's still possibly malware from the latest update.