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First, I'd like to take a quick second to thank you for checking out my game! This is my first ever game I've been dedicated to seeing to the end. After several prototypes and code testing, I've finally found it in me to create a completed piece. Thanks for reading my short shpeal. Now, to the actual game information.

- Ending Specific
*Strong language

Aggie has spent almost an entire year inside of her home due to a prior trauma that happened to her. Although her parents never disclosed what had happened to her, Aggie was always curious. She tried to question her parents about everything that happened. Even just asking for something small to go on. Her parents always looked frightened when the topic came up and would never say a word. One fateful day she found a note from her mom saying they'd be gone the whole day. This was her once in a lifetime chance. She absolutely had to find out.

In this game, you'll follow Aggie as she solves odd puzzles set up by her parents as well as codes left around her house.

  • Custom Graphics & Sprites

  • Side-scroller-esque style

  • Puzzles

  • Gameplay (planned to be) 15-20 minutes

  • More to come

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Yanfly Ace Save Menu
Galv’s Ace Save Engine Confirmation Add-on
VSokorelos + avakas - FreenSound
Caroline Ford - Sound Bible
Osa Sounds
David Vitas - Intro Music
RMN Music Pack

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Update 5

Quick update

The demo release is being held off as of now. There are many things happening in my personal life that is affecting game progress. I got sick for almost a week, then some more personal matters happened, so just a lot occurred while demo testing was happening. Due to this, I'm unsure when the demo will be released. Thankfully some progress has been made, though in small amounts. Things will continue to move forward after personal stuff is taken care of.
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It looks amazing! Good luck with your game :3
It looks amazing! Good luck with your game :3

Thank you very much <33
I don't usually like side scrolling games but I'm willing to give this one a chance because I like the idea of it. I'm just worried that the trauma idea might not be handled well, coming from someone with severe ptsd.
I don't usually like side scrolling games but I'm willing to give this one a chance because I like the idea of it. I'm just worried that the trauma idea might not be handled well, coming from someone with severe ptsd.

Thank you, I appreciate you willing to give it a chance! That was definitely a concern of mine as well in the beginning but I'm doing my best to research the topic to try and keep things as realistic as I can. I'd appreciate any tips on the subject if you are willing to provide any.
I'm glad you're taking the matter seriously, because if handled incorrectly it can not only be very upsetting and offensive to those with PTSD but also give people the wrong idea about how trauma works. This topic is one of the several topics which should be handled with care or face consequences.

Spoiler below has a bit of advice and questioning. If you don't feel comfortable sharing here, you can PM me I suppose. I'm happy to help in any way, especially on a topic I can help someone to learn more about. I'm impressed by your bold decision to make this type of game and I only hope the best for it!

By the way, the graphics look amazing :)

Well from the description the only thing I have to comment about is why she doesn't know or remember anything about her trauma. Is there a reason for this? Most PTSD cases their trauma is their most detailed and intense memory, but I believe it is possible for their PTSD to cause a memory issue which completely erases a certain time between what happened. If this is the case than I believe that is fine, however - I am not sure how you would go about expressing how she reacts to anything that might relate to her trauma with this, unless you plan for something to eventually trigger her memory back. In this case I find it more believable as to how the description of the game is described and how it can go, plus the reason her parents are so strange about not wanting her out and about

Of course. I want to avoid providing false information as well as providing a way to provide some sort of insight to the condition.

Thank you very much! Most of your questions are fairly spoiler-y to the plot so I'll be pming you answers.

Thank you so much <33
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