Giving Her a Voice [nano2020][Sci-fi][Drama]

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Suryce
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Giving Her a Voice [nano2020][Sci-fi][Drama]

#1 Post by Suryce » Mon Apr 13, 2020 9:17 am

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Giving Her a Voice is a short kinetic sci-fi VN about an antisocial non-binary girl who is given by her rich family an android clone meant to take care of social responsibilities for her. Almost a dream come true, but if the android can do everything for her, then what is the point in the end?



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#2 Post by JenneMK » Mon Apr 13, 2020 6:44 pm

Congrats on finishing NaNoRenO! ^^

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#3 Post by Zelan » Mon Apr 13, 2020 11:35 pm

.....wow.

I wasn't expecting a game with this premise to be so genuinely heartwarming - if anything, I was expecting light horror. I was really surprised to find myself tearing up at the end.

I really like your writing. I'm trying to play most of the NaNo releases when they're freshly released, but once those are done I'll probably take a look at your previous stuff and anxiously await new games from you.

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#4 Post by Suryce » Tue Apr 14, 2020 6:53 am

Congrats on finishing NaNoRenO! ^^
Thank you! That's very nice of you.
.....wow. -snip-
That's high praise, thank you!! I'm glad to hear the story worked that well for you. Maybe I was overly worried about it being too short to really land its emotional climax.

It's interesting to me that the premise gave you the wrong first impression about what the game would be like. Something to take into account for me. Another small worry was in fact whether the story successfully shakes off that initial creepiness factor that I do acknowledge and lean into a bit at first, but sounds like it does alright at least.

My previous stuff can be quite wordier, but I hope you'll like it too!

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