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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

Reviews


eyenoteyenot

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars March 28, 2012

An "art-game", which, means, it's not really going to be very popular at NewGrounds (look at the various art-game parodies) and really not very popular with me, either. However, it does have a message, it's a positive message that potentially reaches across numerous audiences, so as a propaganda piece I think it deserves a pretty high score. And as a game there's one thing is absolutely does not do: disappoint! You reach all the objectives if you're willing to put in the slightest effort, and the narrative is told completely. So it's a narrative-based rails game, and there's no getting around that. I don't like those games but I find it hard to disagree with a game that has a complete message that I can comprehend and that I think is positive.



WylrPnufhWylrPnufh

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 28, 2012

This really made me smile. It's such a nice game =) I've known two people actually, who've gone through this, and it's not easy.



Emily4457Emily4457

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 28, 2012

Very nice game. As I progressed through, for some reason, I started smiling even more, and at the end I cried. But I just have weird emotions O.o But one thing I don't really get, are you a woman now? Or a man...



daRknebULaadaRknebULaa

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 27, 2012

I don't know why but this puts a smile on my face.



ZeinaZeina

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars March 27, 2012

It's interesting and well presented. I usually wouldn't respect a trans- gendered person, but unlike most, you aren't shoving your sexuality/ 'gender' down anybody's throat. I wish you the best of luck, but you are what you were born as. If you prefer to be called ma'am, that's fine, but don't be too insulted if someone calls you a sir. On a lighter note- be glad you don't have to put up with 'natures little gift'. Be glad you have the best of both genders.