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PLEASE ALLOW 15 MINUTES TO LOAD THIS GAME.

Please note: This is a story game with 5 different endings and one bonus. For the most part, you will be reading... This game could be intense for emotionally sensitive individuals.

Summary: Kimiko Yui has been unable to leave her house for over ten years. When her daughter comes down with a mysterious mental illness that requires a chaperone at school, Kimiko finds herself more desperate than ever to conquer her agoraphobia once and for all.

- 5 different endings
- one bonus ending
- lots of choices
- robust soundtrack

Also, the online version does not have screen transitions and does not support full screen mode.

The premium download has the following features;

- full screen mode
- saved games remain after you clear your Internet history
- transitions between scenes
- higher quality audio and video
- supports indie developers!

Premium title is available here: http://www.visualnovelgam es.com/Nowhere-Safe2.html

Also, please vote for our game on the Visual Novel Database:

http://vndb.org/v12577

Reviews


lildevilpiggylildevilpiggy

Rated 5 / 5 stars

i really loved this game, i spent waay longer than i probably should have playing it.
i even got the easter egg, i found it pretty interesting yet slightly confusing. id love if you could share some incite on that with me. but either way i though it was really good and worth taking the time to play ^^


redpandagames responds:

Sure. The idea was that you're only truly safe in death, and even then, you may not be safe if you have to go through limbo first (or pay for your sins). Also, Kazumi and Kimiko weren't going to carry all of the terrible things that happened into death. That's why they couldn't really remember the bad things that happened. I hope that helps, but if you still have questions, you can PM me.


TakhdrkqueenTakhdrkqueen

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awesome, loved it!


redpandagames responds:

Thanks for your comment and the 5 stars! I hope you try the first one, too, if you haven't already.


MistyFogMistyFog

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I really wished there could have been a true happy ending. Realistically, I suppose it doesn't always work out like, though. Still, I'm at least glad that the mother did better. I just couldn't help but feel like they went about trying to help Kazumi in the wrong way. I just feel so bad for her because it isn't really her fault she turned out like this. Still liked the game, though. Music was great, especially the really happy song when Kimiko takes the pill.


redpandagames responds:

Thanks for playing both games! :D

I really wanted to get a happy ending in because so many people requested it, but ultimately, I felt like I couldn't betray what I originally intended the story to be. So, the Easter egg was something I put in as a compromise and was about the closest I could get. Thanks for commenting!


MissHinataSamaMissHinataSama

Rated 5 / 5 stars

please can anyone tell me , how can i get the first ending i tried all the ways ( maybe not all of them for you ) but it didn't work / T.T ... HELP MEEEEEE ... T.T


redpandagames responds:

Sure thing:

Ending #1

1) Ask Kento to leave.
2) Take the pill.
3) Tell Kento to go to Aya's house.


lenin69lenin69

Rated 5 / 5 stars

It is amazing how you managed to improve the first part!

Not only the story was really engaging, but it also covers some mental illnesses and it is well documented! I felt empathy with the main character all the time.

Congratulations for this game, I think it might be amongst the best ones I played!


redpandagames responds:

Thanks for the five stars! I'm glad that you played the sequel after trying the first game! :D