TOMORROW DON'T COME is a contextual puzzle game about depression and how it feels to be stuck.
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Very Positive (67) - 89% of the 67 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date:
Mar 5, 2018

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March 11

Update 1.62

I can't believe that it's already been a year since I released Tomorrow Don't Come! :O

Lots has been improved and further polished thanks to your feedback, which makes today's update number 18 and brings us to an average of 1.5 updates per month.

  • Chapter "Curtain" is now accessible again after a regular reset and does not require to reset all achievements anymore.
  • Dual screen setups: the mouse will now only be contained to one screen when necessary during certain chapters.
  • Moving Forward: improved the triggering of the next chapter.
  • Fixed an audio bug where the whispers wouldn't stop after a reset.

If you find any more bugs, let me know. I'm always eager to fix them. I already know what my next game(s) will be but as you can imagine with all the updates I did for this game, there wasn't time to actually start working on them. I do hope though to have something ready by the end of the year. Stay tuned and follow me here to not miss any announcements. <3

Peace & Love
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January 8

Update 1.61 Portuguese - Brazil added!

Happy New Year everyone! <3

Thanks to to help of Greg we now have subtitles available in Portuguese - Brazil!

Also added with this update:
  • Added a safety net for when you ALT + F4 out of "Trapped" which prevents messing up your mouse cursor speed settings.
  • Fixed a bug in "Curtain" which made the frame rate unstable. It was just one little checkbox to deactivate. I really don't know when this happened. ^^
  • Fixed a bug in "Curtain" which would make one subtitle only show up for half a second.

    I wish you all the best in this new calendar cycle. Stay strong, be safe.

    Peace & Love
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About This Game

This is a experimental experience about depression. One playthrough takes about 10min, exploring everything around 30min to 1h.

I started working on this game during a very dark period in my life, which helped me getting out of there. Afterwards I spent about a year polishing everything. Feel understood if you are a sufferer of depression yourself. Gain insight into this mental health issue as someone who is not affected. Whatever it may be, I hope this experience will be some sort of help to you as well.


  • A short but unique experience
  • Think outside the box to solve the "puzzles"
  • Lots of secrets to discover if you dive deeper
  • Only words will guide you through this unusual journey

If you are suffering from depression and considering suicide, please seek help.

Mature Content Description

The developers describe the content like this:

This Game may contain content not appropriate for all ages. It deals with mature themes, including depression and thoughts of suicide.

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP or newer
    • Processor: Dual Core +
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 512MB +
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 80 MB available space

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