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- Joined: Mon Oct 17, 2011 8:48 pm
- Location: Centralia, PA
I loved the game, so much! I love the fact that the player gets to experience what the internet in this time period. Someone mentioned that dialing the numbers was abit annoying, but personally I think that added to the game because that's what you actually had to do.
Thank god for the saves, I actually got stuck whenever the screen started blinking, I might go back and see if I can work my way out of it. Overall, it's an amazing game and one of my favorites. Thank you so much for this game! :3
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- Joined: Fri Aug 03, 2012 9:38 pm
I'm finding this story really compelling. I'd like to continue, but I'm stuck at a certain point.
Anyone know how to get past this?
Edit: Nevermind, I've moved past where I was stuck.
Thanks, for your time, and to the creator for the stunning effort put into this VN.
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- Joined: Wed Sep 22, 2010 3:17 am
- Completed: Tea For Two [KN]
- Location: UK
This is obviously a good game, after reading everyone's reviews, but I got so stuck not knowing what to do in the first screens it took me a long time to get any where at all & I got frustrated.
I'm really glad these original themed VNs exist, and I think the part I played was very cleverly done.
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- Joined: Sun Nov 25, 2012 3:35 am
- Projects: Schein, Finding My Wings
- Location: Arizona, US
This is so sad!!!! T_T I loved it though! I love the style of this game and how even though there were no pictures I was completely drawn into the game. Best Visual Novel ever! *slow claps*
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- Joined: Mon Oct 16, 2006 4:09 pm
- Projects: Aurora Fall (editor, as Xyllirium)
- Github: llirium
Damn. I first played "Sorry, Babe..." years ago, then the demo of Analogue. You really do have a gift for storytelling... either that, or you work your ass off, like the rest of us do.
(btw, what OS do you use? which of them have you tried?)
Regardless, I'm probably the last one on the forums to actually play this. Well done, and I hope your commercial ventures have been at least somewhat successful.
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