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"In the distant future, technology became so super-advanced and developed that robots and AI are the ones doing all the work. The only job that requires effort is that of a programmer's.

You have been working in a successful company for 6 years. You've grown bored and tired, therefore you requested to rest.

The management had declined.
In response to your note, they sent SIAM, hoping to help you and fix your problem."

SIAM is a game that can be completed in at least 15 minutes. It is an interactive story. In order to proceed/win the game, befriending the character is needed and this can be done by talking or giving gifts(like a sim date).

WARNING: You'll find the word "work" mentioned here so many times that you might get sick of it.

Arrow Movement - Arrow Keys
Z or Spacebar - Confirmation
X or Escape Key - Cancel Choices

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  • Sooya
  • RPG Tsukuru 2003
  • Visual Novel
  • 09/22/2019 11:56 AM
  • 11/29/2019 06:00 PM
  • 09/22/2019
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I'm in love with SIAM... New 2D wife.
Btw when I downloaded the game, the system2c.png file was missing from the System2 folder so I had to get it myself.
Hi Sooya! ♥

I really enjoyed SIAM! I uploaded a non-RTP version for you, with the missing files included.
So everyone should be able to play this game now without RTP.

SIAM/StressGame (Non-RTP)
(added to download section)

(EDIT: I also included RPG_RT.EXE 1.0.8.0 because I had trouble running 1.0.4.0 on my Windows 7 computer)

This is very well done. I really liked SIAM. Please make more games Sooya!
author=surfsushi
I'm in love with SIAM... New 2D wife.
Btw when I downloaded the game, the system2c.png file was missing from the System2 folder so I had to get it myself.


Hi! Thank you for downloding!
I'll try to reupload a better one, so thanks for informing me.

author=LordBlueRouge
Hi Sooya! ♥I really enjoyed SIAM! I uploaded a non-RTP version for you, with the missing files included.
So everyone should be able to play this game now without RTP.

SIAM/StressGame (Non-RTP)

(EDIT: I also included RPG_RT.EXE 1.0.8.0 because I had trouble running 1.0.4.0 on my Windows 7 computer)

This is very well done. I really liked SIAM. Please make more games Sooya!


Thank you for playing! I'm gald you enjoyed it. Also, thank you for uploading a complete pack! (It really helps a lot.)
Congratulations for finishing a game!
I just got the ending. Overall, "SIAM" was an interesting game and I don't think I've ever played something with this kind of interface. I also liked SIAM's personality.
I loved the ending cinematics!

The only bad thing I'd say is that some parts of the game get very repetitive after a while. It took me almost an hour to finish the game and the cycle between work - play - talk became a bit stressing towards the end. More modes would have been a nice addition, such as different Play modes (like, different movement and speed for the circles) that gave special rewards, and the same for Work modes. Other than that. The game was still enjoyable.
If you update this game in the future, I'd also suggest adding another music track for certain tasks and sound effects for the bitz game.

Good luck on future projects.
I just finished SIAM, good job! it was a very interesting game. Different from the usual games I´ve played before.


I saw a reference to Eve No Jikan, I bet that helped a bit on inspirating this game? That movie also referenced robots and humans communicating on equal terms. Interesting!

The play-work system was quite repetitive and, yeah, boring/tiring, but I though that was part of the message; that was all about the android´s (software, robot) life and meaning. Maybe one reason for it´s unhappiness was his high intelligence compared to the tasks he was assigned to. And it´s an interesting concept that a software can have "friends" or can "earn money" (bits) in order to get things that it "desires". It can even read news! Why would a software/robotic existence would even want to read news?

So maybe the problem was that software was being treated as a human in some aspects or possessed a degree of human intelligence.

Getting to know the external world through SIAM talks was quite interesting as well. It makes me also think how connections are important nowadays.


EDIT: Oh, please do something about that background soundtrack. Makes me dizzy, it´s the same sound over and over again, while I insert codes upon codes.... how about adding a mute-option or a music-selection option with, say, three songs? (or buying them wih bits) Personally I like being able to mute music and play with sounds only
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