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*Please note that this game could be intense for emotionally sensitive individuals.

Sequel is now available here! http://www.newgrounds.com /portal/view/617620

**Please note that this is a visual novel game. It's mostly just reading a story.**

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**Please note: The materials used in this game were purchased from DL Site and I have the license to use these royalty free for commercial purposes.

About: A woman in modern Japan finds herself terrified of leaving the house as she struggles with her less than favorable past. When she finds a stranger staring into her living room window, she begins to struggle even more as she realizes that nowhere is safe.

If you want to download the game, you may purchase the premium version at visualnovelgames.com.

This is a full and free online version of Nowhere Safe.

The premium version has:

- full screen mode
- transitions
- higher quality video and audio
- is playable offline
- and most importantly supports indie devs!

Reviews


MelancholicMusicboxMelancholicMusicbox

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars August 9, 2013

I love the story. You have nice characters, with interesting backgrounds and stuff... only thing I'm little worried is that there's already at least 4 people in this visual novel who has some kind of mental disorder. Does sound a little too dramatic if I may say. But otherwise good visual novel! I loved humor and I was so happy to see so fine art work!

Only thing that really bothered me was that there's no way to skip any parts if you want to go through it again. You can't go back either if you accidentally click two lines at once.


redpandagames responds:

Thanks for leaving a comment.

Yeah, skipping wasn't available in this one, but it is available in the sequel because I had so many requests.

About 1 in 4 adults are diagnosed with a mental disorder in a given year. This means there are likely even more people who are mentally ill, but they are never diagnosed. Other people did complain that it seemed everyone had a mental disorder, but people with mental illness are often drawn to each other. I think that the number of mentally ill people is reasonable because the story is about Kimiko and the killer. Kento being mentally ill is plot relative because Aya wouldn't have introduced him to Kimiko if he wasn't.

However, only three people have mental illness in this game, so I'm not sure who the fourth is. (Kimiko, Kento, and the creep...)

I hope that helps to explain why I did that. Thanks!


saintaidensaintaiden

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars August 8, 2013

The ad takes eternity to load!


redpandagames responds:

You just need to press play at the bottom right corner.


TynluktuTynluktu

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 7, 2013

Great game, great story, now moving to part 2.


redpandagames responds:

Awesome! Thanks so much for your interest in my games!


Fanfer64Fanfer64

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 6, 2013

Amazing. But, due to the small amounts of choices you actually get to make, it feels more like a book. But it is still very good.


redpandagames responds:

Thanks for playing both games! Yeah, some people complained that there weren't enough choices, so I added more in the sequel.


lazygirlgamerlazygirlgamer

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 4, 2013

this game was just amazing! the story was unique and every time i had to open the door i felt a bit scared :)


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redpandagames responds:

Thanks so much for your support. I hope you play the sequel as well.