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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 5 / 5 stars

I spent a total of 2 hours on this and it was very well spent! Not many things can keep my attention for 2 hours and i commend you on that. Well made and depressing story. I kept on coming back for more ways to end the story. I also loooveee the soundtrack. Great job!

redpandagames responds:

Thanks so much for your support! I'm surprised at how quickly people were pulled into the game. Please share it with your friends.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great story. Good artwork. But trebly depressing especially considering that not of the endings were actually a good ending Coming from a family that has mental issues and being diagnosed with depression myself, I could feel a connection to these characters like no other. I sat and got all endings and watched the bonus. This is kind of ruthless. I prefer happy endings. Like I said, great game. Worth five stars , many times over. But, if I could, I'd just forget about it personally. This is going to be a title that I will love and hate. However, due to how I am, I'll probably stumble across it again in the future and do a let's play with commentary when I finally get a webcam and a mic.
....Man, I need something to cheer me up now.

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redpandagames responds:

LOL! I have an idea. Try playing the game Ripples by Sakevisual. That will surely cheer you up and it's free.

Thanks for playing both games and leaving a review. Also thanks for the five stars.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I played through both games and I have to say your visual novel was really intense. This is a very nice piece of artwork. I got all the endings and I felt really terrible for Kimiko, even if I couldn't get to like her for the most part. Really well done.

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redpandagames responds:

Thanks so much for leaving a comment, playing both games, and the five stars! Kimiko was meant to be an unlikeable character, so no worries.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I LOVE this game! I got ending 4 and I'm a BIT disappointed that I can't choose whether to jump or not, but whatevs. The story is great! At first, I thought this will be a horror game. So I gathered my confidence and clicked the 1st game. But then I was like, OH! This game is SO fun! Its not a single bit scary! (Except for the crazy brother trying to break in house thingie). I gave this 5 stars! I hope you make more of these games!
Best Wishes!

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redpandagames responds:

LOL! I hadn't really thought about giving the option to jump or not. Thanks so much for your comment and the five stars.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wow, it's not often I write reviews on games, but this blew me out of the water. The storytelling is INTENSE and well-done. Kind of sad that the "best" ending results in Kazumi being miserable in a mental institution for the rest of your life... in a world full of hope and happy endings, the thought that Kazumi is hopeless and can't be saved is sad.

I also felt that although Kimiko was so irrational and unlikable most of the time, I could relate to her a bit. When I was wheelchair bound, I had to rely on others for help every day, like Kimiko does because she can't leave her house. Eventually my friends became tired of helping me constantly and stopped, and I began to resent them. It took a while for me to let go and realize that I had to be more mindful of others, stop expecting so much from people, and find happiness within myself instead of relying on others for it. I also used to be pretty prone to anxiety and worried about everything, similar to Kimiko's internal dialogue.

Dang, this was disturbing. It's gonna be hard to sleep at night. But god DAMN I hope I never become like Kimiko... or have a terrible relationship like her's and Kento's. Jesus. It sounded like they were going to be happy from Nowhere Safe 1.

Sorry for writing so much! Keep up the excellent writing.

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redpandagames responds:

Thank you! I appreciate you taking the time to tell everyone your thoughts. Also, thanks for playing both games.