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Are there multiple endings? Or do you always end up on the ship and leave?

Eser is so well-written and feels so familiar to me. I feel like I understand them so well. The insects, even when they were mean or cruel, were lovely to interact with. The art works well with the feeling of alienation. The insects aren't anthropomorphised in any way, which (to me, anyway) just highlights that pervasive sense of belonging or, in this case, a lack thereof. Overall, this comment may be verbose but I just had to explain my thoughts about this. The writing and art are gorgeous. I'm genuinely in love with this game and writing style.


I really enjoyed this. The plot was engaging, and I related a lot to the main character. You captured the feeling of being out-of-place really well.

Also, I just love anything that has talking bugs in it.


Thank you so much! ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ’– I'm thrilled you enjoyed this game and it means a lot that you took the time to leave a comment. I'm really glad to hear that the plot and characters were compelling. Writing these bugs was a lot of fun.


I played the first chapter and I got hooked. Also I love the Twine Grimoire. It really helped me a lot. Can't wait for volume II! 


Thank you so much! It means a lot to know you're enjoying the game, and I'm thrilled that the Grimoire has been helpful to you. Volume II is on the way!


I'm blown away by the previews and I cannot wait to play it this January! Any hope for downloadable versuons of your other games?

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Thank you so much! Most of my games are technically downloadable somehow (I assume via the itch app), but I haven't given a lot of thought yet to providing official downloads for the majority of my browser-based games. Maybe I should! If you have suggestions I'd love to know what you'd be interested in.