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At first I was confused, but then I got curious and at the end I was "ooh" 👌

I really enjoyed this game. The loop was clever and made the story feel longer. At some points, I really felt like spending days in that cafe which made it easier to create a bond with the characters.

Really cool game❤️

Thank you!

I loved the art and atmosphere of this game, and I'm definitely going to play again and see what details I missed! Great VN!

Thank you!

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The art is very pretty and the simple but effective gameplay hooked me right away! I've also found the music playing in my head multiple times since I played the game, it's quite cozy.

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Great game :)

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Great job! What happens near the end I won't call a plot twist , since it's more like an Epiphany to me.... I like the work a lot, and as usual for the good stories I like, I love to imagine myself in it, and indeed during my 15min of break I crafted a beautiful journey through your beautiful coffee shop! 

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What would I say each time I visit it? As someone who has committed all the sins as in the nine circles, maybe I would drop some casual comments on my past sins. But still, I had my conscience. And it was because of this I was left in constant inaction, constant regret, forever trapped in this circles of self-reproach, and therefore unable to create my own world. Once I realized all this, I also realized I had only the coffee shop left. Ah Lucifer, how cunning of you to disguise yourself as the charming Lucy, enslaving me in your kingdom! In great pain, I decided to erase my only happy memory of the coffee shop. The world crumbled and I saw a beam of light in the cracks. Ahh, how splendid. In the end, it was a beautiful journey through hell.

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oh wow thanks
i'm not the writer but it's very flattering to read that you engaged and empathized with the story so much! 
i'm sure lucy'd be sad to let you go... yet she also won't accept keeping you here forever  
good luck with your journey onward, outside the comfy coffee shop walls!

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Just finished playing to the end. I really enjoyed the music and I love the design of the character's sprite. Thank you for making this visual novel.

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Thank you!

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This was an unusual experience for a VN but it was amazing in every way.

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This was so so good! I do love a VN meta-narrative, and it had such an intriguing atmosphere thanks to the art and music. The writing was really fun to read too!

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Nice and unique. I like the artstyle.

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This was one hell of a ride, this game gave me goosebumps. The art and the music and the writing are all amazing. I don't think I understood all the references, though (or not all the names are references?)

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ohhh your words flatter my heart! 

on name references: it is basically a one prolonged reference to philosophy in general (because it's implied that the player is an amnesiac god of sorts, I thought about giving name options based on famous philosophers because their main pursuit is to observe life and existing reality, but they are also capable of writing their own fictional pieces). so, they're all references, I wanted to represent men and women equally but I also didn't want them to be seen as a "pick your gender" choice in every run so for some runs I paired two women or two men. 

the names are: Rene (Descartes), Hannah (Arendt), Mary (Wollstonecraft), Edmund (Burke), Zeno (of Elea),  Philippa (Foot), Hypathia (of Alexandria), Ayn (Rand), Simone (de Beauvoir), Jean-Paul (Sartre), Soren (Kierkegaard), Albert (Camus), Karl (Marx), Adam (Smith), Rosa (Luxembourg) and Peter (Kropotkin). Some of them were paired because the theme of the day fit (like Rosa Luxembourg and Peter Kropotkin for the one that mentioned the USSR and they were the communism/socialism ideologists; and Soren Kierkegaard and Albert Camus for the one with an absurdly long order because they were the absurdists), some of them were just out of the blue because I needed to fill the gaps (I mean I had a philosophy course in university but I was definitely not a philosophy major).  

anyway, thank you for the comment and for playing! 

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This was really weird entry, but in a good way.

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Thanks!