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May 13, 2013 | 2:57 AM EDT
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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

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

great game, just finished with path 4 :(
one bad point is in thannaoki is too much of a gay sereotype

redpandagames responds:

Thanks for your comment! I PM'd you on the stereotype issue because I thought the comment wouldn't be as a appropriate.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


Daaang....why did the girl kill me? I don't get it. She said I was pathetic, huffed and puffed, then left. It just seems a little out of character. At least make it more clear that she's violent, not just subtle hints when she's 7 that might not even be anything to worry about. All of a sudden, now she's 18 and kills her mom. That whole ending just seemed rushed. She didn't even seem like she was about to do that. She didn't seem to be plotting nor passionately angry. XD It just seemed so random.

Also, the arrows don't work, so i had to play all the way through to choose different choices. I didn't know how to save until i finished the game either. XD

redpandagames responds:

LOL! Thanks for your review.

It absolutely makes sense. She always saw Kimiko as an adversary and was a psychopath. When she found out that her father was killed, she blamed her, and also blamed her for being born because she hated her mental prison that was her life.

It's clear that she is violent. Her teacher was complaining about her hurting the other kids at school IN SERIOUS WAYS. This is an obvious warning sign.

It could see how it seemed rushed, but I wasn't going to detail her life year by year for 11 years.

And to be realistic, when people die, it is often sudden and unexpected. How many people do you know sit around waiting to be killed by a plot and finally are?

Can you elaborate on "the arrows don't work"? On "fast forward" you need to hold down the left mouse buton. On move ahead once, you click once.

Did you get the Easter Egg?


Rated 3 / 5 stars

I love the concept, and to a large extent the delivery, I am dissapointed by the lack of 'game' I've been playing for at least half an hour and I've only been able to make something like three decisions, at least two of which were irrelevant and were undone by the plot. I feel like I am a passenger, or someone reading a story instead of someone playing something.

But yea, still pretty awesome.

redpandagames responds:

Thanks for commenting. I'm always looking for ways to make the game more interactive.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I was really sad when there wasn't one ending that turned everything okay. Like the daughter would be okay, the brothers got along. I mean the therapist should definitely be fired or killed by the daughter and that Kimiko and her husband would be together :) But I love this. I was sad when Naoki died. But I spend quite a while playing this game to get all endings. I think it would be better if the endings would end in a video or more colorful endings as in what happened but with pictures instead of just a conclusion paragraph ya know? But I don't really want to put that against the entire game so. i love it and hopefully we get to see more! :)

redpandagames responds:

Thanks for the five stars!

Ummm... it depends on your definition of "okay", really. A lot of people wanted a super happy ending where everything worked out, but life is not like that, and I thought that an ending like that really wouldn't fit the overall theme of the game.

So, I added the Easter Egg. That was the best possible scenario within reason, though I did twist it because I couldn't help myself.

As for the conclusion paragraph, it's about funds. This is a free game, and special CGs for each ending would really eat up my pockets.

I hope that explains why I did all of that.

Ultimately, thrilled that you enjoyed it!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great game i love point n' click games the story really shows about phobia and about our fear when we were a kid i still have phobia too going outside of the house and talking to people but this just showed me that one day I'll be facing people and he society so my gratitude too for this game it's a good game to play XD

redpandagames responds:

Thanks so much for your comments and the 5 stars. I know that you will find your way.