Hold your counselling session for Dorothy and cure the wounds of her heart!
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April 25

2018.04.26 Update

Hello!

Today, we made some small adjustments based on feedback from players.

- Fixed an install problem for 32 bit computers.
- Reduced the amount of stress level increase from Dorothy’s real life events.
- Decreased the probability of “Depression and Delusion” eventline.

Thanks for everyone who plays this game:)
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About This Game

Overview

Can you imagine having other people live inside your head?
The protagonist of this story, Dorothy Watson, is a 14-years-old girl who just started middle school. From the outside she looks like a normal teenager but she has scars and pains that most children don’t have. Dorothy experienced trauma as a child and developed dissociative identity disorder, commonly known as multiple personality disorder, which split her into several personalities.

Alice, who’s as innocent as a child but sees things that others cannot.
Gretel, whose blinding rage makes her wary of everyone.
Cindy, always positive and outgoing, who doesn’t really like Dorothy for being an introvert.

If you don’t help her, Dorothy might not be able to adjust to her new life.
Fortunately there’s still hope. You have the power to talk to the different personalities including Dorothy, when Dorothy is asleep. In her Dream Space, you can become the counsellor for Dorothy and the other kids. Use your power to integrate the split personalities into Dorothy.
But do be careful! The personalities are very sensitive to your questions and answers. One wrong answer can drive the wedge between you and them, tearing the kids apart beyond repair. Dorothy’s life is in your hands and your choices will have direct impact on her.
Remember only you can save Dorothy!

How to play

You will become a counsellor and talk to 4 personalities once per week in Dorothy’s dream. Counselling will begin after Dorothy tells you about the events that happened to her in real life during that week. When Dorothy’s story is finished, you can choose who you want to talk to. When you take your pick, the personality will start talking first and then you can choose how you want to respond. Real life events as well as your responses to the personalities will determine Dorothy’s stress level and the personalities’ integrity level. Your goal is to max out the integrity level for Alice, Gretel and Cindy before Dorothy’s stress level maxes out.
This game has 6 endings in total. When you finish, you’ll get an illustrated cards for each ending that you can save and view in the Archive. Play again to collect all the cards and discover all the unique real life events that happen to Dorothy and the kids!

Features

  • Become a counsellor for Dorothy, a 14 y.o. girl with dissociative identity disorder
  • Different storyline every time you play
  • 6 unique endings for Dorothy and the kids
  • Over 300 answers and questions to choose from
  • Your answers will affect how the personalities grow and respond to future events
  • Stress / Integrity level will help you figure out how to handle each personality
  • Dreamy, otherworldly 2D graphic and music
  • Beautifully illustrated cards for each ending, and Archive to save them!

System Requirements

Windows
Mac OS X
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10
    • Processor: 1.6GHz
    Minimum:
    • OS: Mac OS X 10.6 or above
    • Processor: 1.6GHz

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