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I had the same issue as the "Google User" in the other post. It won't scroll over to the other side of the receipt to fill it in and it won't rotate. You told the other guy you'd test to fix it in the next modernize and that was 08/30/2013. Have you not had ANY updates since then? I paid for this application and can't use it. Please either fix it or refund my money. I would prefer you fix it. Thank you.
Another quality product of SilpTech, this application is smooth with easy & simple to use UI. I like its to-the-point features that allow you add and view posts without beating around the bush. A fresh app, it has room for further improvement and tremendous potential to cater to the needs of landlords and tenants.
I like the story and the concept. It definitely feels short since there is a lot of unanswered questions at the end. One of the potential love interests isn't an option at the end and one of the major components your character is worried about, their debt, didn't carry any true consequences at the end. I still liked it but I feel more could have been done
I really liked this game. All the ideas that it presented to me and the decisions I was expected to create sometimes created me drop my phone to think. Though I wished the characters outside of the main hero could have been written more interestingly and more fleshed out. Maybe it should have been longer since it ended somewhat abruptly (or perhaps the reasoning to that was because of the choices I made?). Overall this was a very enjoyable playthrough :D
in Chapter 1 its say a "genderless voice" is speaking... HOW THE HELL IS A VOICE GENDERLESS and what kind of moron wrote this trash?! if a voice is deep even the slightest its male then as it gets higher its female THE END! ugh i hate all the stupid transvestite pronouns too its pathetic. THERE ARE ONLY TWO GENDERS not 0 nor 3+ what kind of mental hypocracy is this?!
One of the things that I love about these "Choice of" android games is the philosophical overtones and themes of some of them. And, this one was definitely one of the most philosophical. All your choices mattered in this game in a very philosophical way; even the stats page is philosophical. If you were a philosophy buff like me, you would message that this android game is heavily influenced by Jean-Paul Satre. I loved it.
It's not bad.... It was very short, so short that I thought I did something wrong, but it tells you how a lot of words it is so I guess that's on me. It's written well, but the story is too fixed for my taste - you're tied to a kid you can't obtain rid of and an annoying ex who whines at you all the time. The other characters are alright but kind of bland, and you're forced to choose sides but it doesn't seem to change much of the story. It acted like the story was going to be gritty and provocative and in reality it was quite boring.
Overall it's okay. Just okay. The writing style is spectacular, and the theme would have been very interesting and offer a lot of possibilities— if only it was fleshed out properly. It seems to be a bit rushed especially after the demo (and have paid for the rest). I remember having a chapter that was only a few lines and stage changes of nothing that significantly plot changing. Such a shame it degraded into "astounding" to "meh" very rapidly. Oh, and it's likely that the android game is only worth 2 more replays.
The writing was really amazing and I appreciate the trigger warnings, though the topic matter didn't really bother me. I can definitely see how it would disturb others though. My issue with this is that the characters and the story didn't seem very well developed. It sort of throws you in without much back story, and you never really connect with anyone more than superficially, and you're never really motivated to create choices. The android game is also very short and I feel like if it was a small longer, more detailed, and less rushed, the story could be more fleshed out and more interesting to play.
It's good, but theres a problem. Amazing men (or women) can do amazing things and still have romance and family. I'm extremely dissapointed that there is not a choice that I could search to comprimise between abandoning my family and helping the helpless. There is always a choice
I was not impressed with the writing. The android game pretends to offer you the option to go down a neutral path, and pretends to let you to say that your spouse was the one who messed up your relationship, but both of these are false options and basically the entire android game is written on a method that assumes your hero is a deadbeat and you have a powerful desire to take one or the other side. If these options weren't going to be fully implemented then they shouldn't have been included at all. I kept waiting and waiting to be shown how I was going to be able to stick to the middle path, and how and when my spouse would apologize to me, but it never came. One positive is the extensive inclusion of nonbinary characters, but it was hard to have fun due to the above problems.