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About the StoryYou kind of know what to expect from a Twine + Gender medley.
Nevertheless, have yet another one. No trigger warnings, but also no solutions for anything. Just some words about growing up being made confused.
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A twine game about coming out as a transsexual, February 3, 2016
by MathBrushIn this game, you go through years worth of trying to talk to people about being transsexual. You have some control, but things tend to happen whether you like them or not.
This results in a fairly linear narrative, but the choices make you feel like you are participating.
You either like this type of game or you don't. The author did a good job of making you feel like you understand the pc.
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