It seems like the 'main menu' button on the game over screen never works for me?
Keep It Together
A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux
You are a coat full of rats living in a modern society, trying to pass as human.
If you want to keep living the life you've come to appreciate, you best not let anyone discover your true identity! Just make sure you say the right things, don't upset anyone, and keep that coat held shut at all costs!
The truth is, you'll never keep it all in.
Keep It Together is a simple game about learning how to interact with different people, social anxiety, and trying to stay composed under stress. Talk to people and try not to say things that upset them, because a bad response will stress you out - too much stress and you'll be playing finger twister on your keyboard just to keep going!
Coming July 30th!
- Simple gameplay with surprising tension and depth
- Charming paper cutout aesthetic and a pretty pastel palette
- Playfully quirky soundtrack
- Find-Your-Face mode that creates a person from your name
- Immediately understandable representation of social anxiety and stress
[CW: May agitate social anxiety]
In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $5 USD. You will get access to the following files:
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Ah yeah this is an issue I've only recently found out about, which I thought I had fixed. I'm looking into it.
Got to play this at GX Australia (interview & experience HERE) . The game was great then and it's only improved from there. Get it, play it, buy a copy for your friends. 5/5
You will need a reasonable keyboard to play as unresponsive keyboards will limit the number of mistakes you can make.
I first played this at a convention, my reaction at the time was "wow this is too real". I stand by this assessment. (this is a recommendation by the way)
My review of this game (Disclosure: Review copy received) . Friendly, tightly designed around its theme, well worth checking out. http://themadwelshman.co.uk/keep-it-together-review/