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She loved kids but had none of her own, which was a relief to me.
She seemed well kept and stable, and wasn't a bad looker either.
She tossed me an invite and, seeing as I was a lonely 32 year old man, she didn't have to ask twice.
I never understood what she saw in me over all the other guys.
You have no idea what to expect anymore, but you keep going because you want to know what happens next. While it doesn’t do anything profoundly new in terms of narrative or game design, the way it fits all these elements together is clever in a way that turns the dating sim upside down.
This game isn’t going to be for everyone; it goes to some very dark places in some very dark ways.
Your romantic adventures play out just as you’d usually expect — at first — but you’re left with the sense that at some point, something is going to go wrong. But along the way, this lurking dread causes you to read too much into seemingly throwaway lines, looking for hints as to why that warning was there.
She had made a lot of mistakes in her life, and seemed far more than I could handle.Air finds herself in Purra, a land filled with animal-spirits who hate humans.She has 50 days to find true love here-- if she succeeds she can stay in Purra forever. Guide Air in her 50 day stay in a fantasy realm, meet strange and beautiful characters and maybe, fall in love!I asked her if she'd like my number as the session ended, and she consented. If I wanted to sit and stare at a wall, I would have stayed home. She told me that the cancer was entwined with her lineage, dating back as far as the eighteenth century; therefore, in numerous fits of emotional rage, her ex husband blamed her for giving the children cancer and left.I flipped open my phone and entered her number as she read it out. Too pained by the loss of her entire family, she moved to the city a few weeks ago and was living on unemployment, unable to continue working at her job due to the crippling depression and panic she suffered as a result of her abandonment.Smiling at her and thanking her for her listening ear (no wonder I had been single for so long...) , I got up to the next table. Despite the torment in her life, she never seemed depressed about it.