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A dark/funny/surreal game about loneliness and loss. Comes with chat-speaking cyclopic cat and moon that tells dad jokes.

* 5 endings
* 5 - 30 minutes each play-through
* Surreal, original art and story

**Warning: contains explicit handling of suicide.**
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I made this in 48 hrs for LD Compo 41 (https://ldjam.com/events/ludum-dare/41/cant-remember-you). lmk if you see any bugs! Hope you enjoy :)

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That was some real life stuff there...I like how you gave it a monotone feel to the game. Throughtout it I felt empty, like something was missing from this character, something was lost. She had a cat, a red clock was ticking indicating she's frozen in time, but the hand held her up. When she went to work I like the teeth in the cliff indicating the easy way out, but the multiple hands, maybe to drag her down or hold her up? I sympathize with this game, the beautiful twinkling music mixed with the sadness made me feel so much more immersed in her life. Even the title screen with the skeleton and the rose was beautifully illustrated and helped flesh out the inner emotions of this character. It was very relatable that the psychiatrist couldn't help her...they never really help me much either...
I love the blue flowers engraved on the cross, very beautifully done. Especially under the full moon
And I can't give enough credit on how perfect the music choice for this game is, it's calming, but not straight-up sad. She slept in the fetal position, which I remember is what I do when I'm sad and dealing the pain of loss of somebody and wanting them back. And I love how empty her eyes are, defeated... because it reminds me of how I felt February 2018 to May 2018. If I didn't find a solution...I'd still be living like she is. Thank you for spreading awareness about this topic.

Emotional. Creative. Surreal.

wow i have no words O_o


This is a masterpiece!

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4.43 / 5.00

Apr 24, 2018
7:59 AM EDT
Adventure - Point 'n Click