A Game About is a short, lo-fi (!), slice-of-life (!!), experimental (!!!) piece that recreates the crushing weight of living through the simplest routine. It's also a comedy point & click game.

Playtime should be around ten minutes. Tears - that may or may not be happy tears - should happen around the eight minutes and a half mark. I guarantee* at least two (2) good chuckles from playing the game.

Features:

  • Free
  • No IAPs
  • Absolutely free
  • Beautiful hand-drawn graphics
  • Branching Path Story
  • Achievements!


*Not an actual guarantee.

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A Game About will release on November 6th on Steam and will be available for free.

Steam Page available here

Developed with Unity, A Game About is a small story-based point and click game that tasks the player with living day-to-day routine.

Game features:

  • Beautiful* hand-drawn graphics
  • No IAPs
  • Multiple branching paths
  • Jokes
  • Sad stuff
  • Achievements!
  • The kind of bittersweet ending that makes you frown and go "hum"

*Beauty being in the eye of the beholder.


The game is my first full game project and is inspired by health issues and the anxiety resulting from them.

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