Although I understand what your trying to do with this game, it ends up coming off pretentious and in all honesty offensive to people who have actual disabilities. Half your list of disabilities (namely illiteracy and "spastic") are not disabilities by themselves; they are symptoms and indicators of a deeper-rooted problems. It would have helped if you had friends/family members/peers to base the story on because this overly dramatic game -- from the creative liberties you took to program each "disability" to the purple prose signs you have scattered throughout the game -- actually portrays the ignorance most people have towards the physically and mentally disabled community. I'm not critiquing the gameplay, I'm critiquing the purpose of the game. I commend you for trying to pull something quite ambitious off, but next time you need to do so with more humility.