Saving Chloe

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The sequel to Dreaming with Elsa, Redemption for Jessika, and Finding Miranda.

Long ago, in High School, you were friends with Miranda and Chloe. Now, over a decade later, Miranda asks you to rekindle your relationship with Chloe so that you can spy on her villainous father. Is Chloe able to be saved, and will you be the one to do it?

Don't forget to check the "Menu" button for extra save/restore slots and the Achievements. There's a pretty epic bonus scene if you unlock all of them.

Spanish translation added.

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I love your work and the quality you put into each gameand have only one complaint
why are the game windows so big, with so much unused space?

I saw this one to the end. The plotline is definitely not linear in each scenario, and that is both a plus and minus, as it's bittersweet if you took a rogue-ish ending where you feel accomplished, but realize that your actions had far-reaching consequences otherwise.

What IS certain is the detail is amazing, the characters are even reflected off of the mirrors without any hint that a mirror is even there (unlike Elsa's hard ending) and this goes above and beyond the call for a standard adult game, while being "novel" "game" and "CYOA" all in one.

This is an easy 5 stars. This isn't just some cheap "Support me on Patreon" crap i've been seeing in the adult genre, this is actual hard work that reached fruition. It's not easy, if you're like me, you rush the ending because you're so in anticipation to finish. This never felt rushed, even though most of the times a charming/supportive/confident command didn't change the cards.

What *did* change the cards?.....move your mouse around.....there is not always just "one" option all the time.

Well, you know how I feel about the rest of the series. I'm pleased to see that you maintained the quality of your storytelling all the way to the end. It was nice that this one was focused on allowing the player to behave however he wants without accidentally losing the game or missing content due to the "Wrong" dialogue strategy, especially after I had some difficulties with the previous chapter. I enjoyed the branching paths, which allowed us to play out little fantasies with Xara and Serena (the alternate Xara path is very good). I also enjoyed working to find the "true" outcome (which is really quite logical once you begin to see all your choices). Also, I'm happy that you didn't fall prey to just continuing the series indefinitely in order to milk its popularity; you maintained your artistic integrity by sticking to the story as planned.

I wasn't really a fan of Chloe throughout most of the series, but I warmed up to her in this one. Some of the moments where she was experiencing true compassion from Paul, weighed against the evil that was done to her for years, were nearly as moving as the most powerful moments in Jessica's story. Mortze deserves credit not only for making the girls beautiful, but for nailing some of the more heartbreaking expression.

I'm not sure if anyone else noticed this, but I found a very strong metaphor for battered women in this chapter. As someone who has known a number of physically and emotionally abused women, this resonated with me, and again, raised the story far above the level of simple "porn." And as an advocate against abuse, I found the scene where Paul defeats Moreland very satisfying. The speech he gives while he's fighting him speaks volumes about the subject matter. The irony, of course, is that Paul is beating Moreland, no matter how much he deserves it... but in the context of fiction, where characters play out the deepest urges we often surpress, it can be cathartic.

This is high-quality erotic fiction with developed protagonists, despicable villains, and layers of meaning that reflect on both human emotion and troubles in society.

Solid work, from one author to another.

tlaero responds:

One author to another, thank you very much for playing my games, MysteryMadman. It means a lot to me that you enjoyed them so much.


The only mark that can be given to your game. One has to be having a too bad moment to give it a mark that is lower.

Great, great...

I'm nonetheless disappointed by a small detail which ruins a lot to me: When he and a certain character make love on the bureau table... the view angle hides a lot of things, and in the best animated scene!!!

... I don't understand how you could end up with this kind of visual restriction or if it was too make it look sentimental, cute or I don't know what.

Check this kind of things please... Chose a proper angle of view where we don't have someone's arm in the way, please. I don't watch adult movies anymore because too many times they do the same mistake, not minding something that blocks the view of what is to be seen... and I wonder everytime what was happening is the director's head at that moment.

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3.63 / 5.00

Jan 3, 2018
10:03 PM EST
Simulation - Dating