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Mar 9, 2012 | 12:16 PM EST
  • Daily Feature March 10, 2012

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it gets better 10 Points finish dys4ia

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dys4ia is an autobiographical game about the period in my life when i started hormone replacement therapy. it's a story about me, and is certainly not meant to represent the experience of every trans person.

game by ANNA ANTHROPY auntiepixelante.com
music by LIZ RYERSON

SOUNDTRACK available at http://ellaguro.bandcamp.
com/album/dys4ia-soundtra ck

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BienenstockBienenstock

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 30, 2013

I'm usually against the "Interactive Movie" type games, but this succeeded where the others usually come short. Mainly, this wouldn't have worked without the user input.

The style was great, I loved the pacing, and the realness of knowing that I'm getting a chance to try to feel what you experienced was incredibly effective. I wish you nothing but joy and offer you many thanks for this fantastic, and moving, game.


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killingspeerxkillingspeerx

Rated 4 / 5 stars August 27, 2013

lol kinda reminds me of Wario Ware games

and 4 stars because the medal is worth 10 points only!!! i really wanted it to be 100 :'(



kuulblu7kuulblu7

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 19, 2013

MY MIND! :D


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UjemaimaUjemaima

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 7, 2013

Thank you for helping me to understand part of the hormone replacement process and how it can make people feel. The different games were great as they sort of reflected the challenges that you went through, and the leveling up aspect was a welcome surprise.

Take care, thanks for the game and I wish you every happiness :)


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TerroramaTerrorama

Rated 2 / 5 stars July 8, 2013

Not much of a game per se, more like artistic storytelling using gaming language. This is one of those games that I truly wanted to like, the subject is very refreshing and the personal aspect it dwelves into gives some depth to the whole experience, but, sadly, it feels like a game for people who don't care that much about games, and frankly, if feels a little rushed and too much preoccupied with itself and the grandiosity of the gesture of share rather than give a truly remarkable take on the subject matter. Feels a little hollow to me.