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Dec 19, 2010 | 10:49 PM EST

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KevinLTJKevinLTJ

Rated 3 / 5 stars March 12, 2012

I liked the game. I am an art game enthusiast, and can't express how much this fits the category, BUT it just wasn't as thought provoking as I would have liked, though I do enjoy the minimalist graphics and the two different endings. Overall a nice look into the distance and complications of relationships. I guess as the viewer you have to come up with your own hard interpretation of the subject, which isn't always a bad thing.


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zoedellestellezoedellestelle

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 28, 2012

a masterpiece. i follow your games, and stuff, and i say go on austin, this is art, you give dignity to the videogames.



WiseElvenWiseElven

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 9, 2012

I really like this game. It's unfortunate how long distance can separate even the most loving couples sometimes... I'm also in a long-distance relationship, though we don't live as far as across the world from each other. We have met before in real life, but we met on an online game haha... Beautiful game, beautiful programming, all my 5 stars are belong to you.


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CbreathnachCbreathnach

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 19, 2011

Great

I for one loved it. I'm in a long distance relationship for the last 10 mpnths now, we live no where near each other and it was honest to god chance that brought us together. A five day training course for a job. People think it won't work out cause we're both 16, that we'll move to different collages and get to dissimilar jobs. But i love her, i have from when we first met.

It's the little thigs like what you've done here that make me feel good about the future and happy for what i have.

Oh and i love the red hair :)


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dtracedtrace

Rated 4 / 5 stars November 30, 2011

Interesting

I'm a long distance relationship now for 4 months. I disagree with the decision to make it all doubtful and awkward if you don't pick the "I miss you" option every time. Sure its ok to bring it up every now and then, but talking about other things feels more natural, like there isn't even any distance. So that should be the happier option, just my opinion though.


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