OH MY GREAT GOOGILY MOOGLY THE TWIST!
A downloadable Adventure for Windows, macOS, and Linux
Recovering from their latest adventure, a group of misfit heroes decides to hang out at a tavern to celebrate a job well done. That is until they hear that there's a mission available in the Adventurer's Guild where if they complete the mission, they'll be able to get 10,000 gold. The catch? They have to slay a deadly dragon! Despite two of the wiser members of the group thinking they should skip the mission, the rest of the group—fueled by money and bloodshed—vote to go on the adventure. Democracy!
While at the Adventurer's Guild, the group meets a timid warlock dwarf who goes by the name of Borald who has something to prove. Together, they all go on an adventure that they won't soon forget.
Nat(urally) Me is a short and fun story about self-discovery and finding friends who will accept you for who you are.
The game features:
- Accessibility features:
- Atkinson Hyperlegible font
- Open Dyslexic font
- Self-voicing (Press V to enable)
- 20k words (Roughly 2 hours of playtime)
- Characters of different sexualities and gender identities!
- Two endings to the adventure!
- 6 CGs to unlock!
This game contains cursing, gender dysphoria, references to blood, violence, and implied transphobia. Please be advised while playing.
Project Lead, Writer, Programmer: Kristi "HusbandoGoddess" Jimenez
Character & CG Artist: William Doyle (Will Rabbit)
Background, Logo, & UI Artist: Hadara Madrak
GUI Programmer: Cats on a Lilypad Studios
Music by: Eric Maytas
Made for Trans Representation Jam 2022
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- New Build with Typo FixesAug 20, 2022
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cute and heart-warming <3 as a genderqueer person, thank you for making it
Very cute little adventure! I can't deny that I really grew attached to the party and I loved the characters with their dynamics. And the plot twist at the end of the quest... let me just say that I had to take a moment to take a decision.