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A video game where you play a gay college guy who just came out of the closet. A dating sim with suspense, humor, & erotic situations. On sale at obscurasoft.com.
A video game where you play a gay college guy who just came out of the closet. A dating sim with suspense, humor, & erotic situations. On sale at obscurasoft.com.
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    1. Obscura Creator on

      Oh yeah Tan! One of things I'm well aware of is that being non-white has its own challenging issues both in society-at-large and in the gay community! Jed (Asian) and Phil (African American) are both dealing with this. Some of this stuff will definitely come up in the dialogue and story.

      In any case, I'd love to chat with you and anybody else who'd like to offer their input. (I do want to emphasize that this is a light-hearted comedy though!)

      I would definitely like to add more characters if we can hit some stretch goals. Possibly in an add-on pack? (Right now I'm going to be working on stories that are the equivalent of four and a half screenplays, within the span of a single year...and still juggling my day job.)

      Thanks for your question though. It means a lot to me. Let's chat!

    2. Tan Pham on

      also any chance on adding more people of color (I saw a sketch of an african american man).. but including other races also would be helpful! each race deals with different issues when it comes to being gay.. from the coming out process to perception in the gay world.

    3. Obscura Creator on

      What a great idea! Do you think it's a good idea to post to /iama to see if I can get more attention from the public at large...or would that be the wrong kind of attention? I imagine there are at least some people interested in the game who aren't on gaymers (shame on them, I know, I know!)

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      Kyptan on

      I don't know if you've done this already, but an AMA on r/gaymers might not be a terrible idea. I know I'd love it.