WARNING: This game depicts suicide. Unexpected loud noises may scare the player. Content may be found unnerving.
Interact with items and buttons with your mouse.
You need to make RIGHT decisions to gain control over yourself and win.
Making RIGHT choices may not show you the reason why a man is going through this event and will allow you to finish game quickly, so to find out the hints of what happened - you will need to lose at least by 2 options, so the videogame forces you to replay it.
Some extra stuff:
THIS VIDEOGAME DOES NOT DEPICT MY LIFE IN ANY WAY, A STORY IS MADE UP
I got rotavirus infection on Friday so I was fighting for my life on Saturday ahah and basically got better on Sunday and quickly made at least something. I was planning to add way more interactable items with more interesting gameplay and more interesting story but I kind of managed to spend only like 5-6 hours on this.
When you get a happy ending you will need to restart the window (it's not a bug, it's intentional).
SPOILER: THE WHOLE STORY OF THE VIDEOGAME, READ ONLY AFTER YOU COMPLETED IT
A man married a woman he didn't want to be with, who mentally abused him for 4 years. After 4 years, the woman got pregnant, but she didn't really want a baby from a man she didn't consider a human being, so she decided to do an abortion, which killed her. The facts that she died with a baby and the parents' of the woman are blaming the main character for her death snapped the main character's mind and under a lot of stress he decided to commit suicide. And that's basically when the game starts. TRUE ENDING - he lived and managed to get through everything ;)
Cringy phone call recorded by me
Drawn stuff was drawn by me in GameMaker
Sounds were made by me in Garage Band
Gunshot was downloaded from a free website with sound effects (basically free to use)
Pixelated photos were downloaded from stock photos website (which also means that they are free to use)
As someone who has faced mental health challenges myself, this is a very interesting topic, it goes in to some dark places and I see what you were going for here with a unique take - taking on such a heavy and difficult topic is a very, very fine balance to get right and I think it's a careful path to tred - perhaps some more weighting on how people can get help with mental health like this is a good progression for this as you have the foundation hereSubmitted
It is a controversial topic, but I think it is very brave that you have chosen it. The trial and error mechanics without "checkpoints" is its negative point, but it is important to give notoriety to mental health problems. Congratulations,Submitted