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Graduating from university and being tossed into the throes of adult life is never easy, but there are certain things that make it that much more difficult. Things like a struggling global economy, worrying about where you’ll end up living, and your flatmate showing up and turning out to be a many-eyed deer-fish-sheep creature all complicate matters, as the currently crowdfunding game No Longer Home wants to explore.
29 [official site] tries to capture the emotional rollercoaster that is the last days of university: you’re glad exams are over but, gulp, you actually have to start being an adult. Developers Humble Grove call it a “magical realist point-and-click game”, and from what I can see it’s more focused on letting you soak up the atmosphere than testing your brain with puzzles. You control Bo and Ao as they wander through the flat they’re about to move out of (number 29, hence the name), choosing between dialogue options and piecing together their stories.
It’s currently available in beta through the developer’s Patreon page but the full game is coming out on Steam and Itch.io on September 29th, so not long to wait. Oh, and it’ll be completely free. Yippee!