"I'm leaving my binder on if that's okay" it is nOT OKAY BABY THATS DANGEROUS
8=D~<3 is an 18+ Twine game made for #yaoijam of 2016 about three math students in college. You play as Tristan Gaylord (yes, that's his real last name) as he desperately tries to obtain notes from class for the upcoming quiz. Somehow he gets a boyfriend (or two!) along the way(?). Maybe?
My goal in creating this game was to portray a positive, realistic, and healthy cast of queer characters and possible relationships, and how an ideal poly relationship should work. Hopefully I did good-ish? Let's face it; college students are awkward as heck. Somewhere along the way this became just pure smut, whoops.
- It's been 3,000 years....66 days ago
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I can't get past the lunch? I don't know why,
Hi! Sorry I haven't been answering any of the comments, I've been busy. Keep in mind that the current version here is a WIP and I'm working on finishing it soon! Thank you for being patient m( _ _)m
Why can't I play it ? :( I don't see the link or the button anywhere ! Damn it...
i played this game literally undo-ing all the time
soo fucking hilarious u should continue w/ it <3 <3 :p
Is the demo no longer available...? Can't find the link to try it out... :(
this was so fucking funny i love i love FUCK so good my friend
This is a cute game and I'm really looking forward to later versions. c:
This is maybe a weird thing to compliment in a Twine game, but it looks very nice - the color palette goes really nicely together and the text is large and dark enough to be easily readable. I would suggest changing the hover-over and already-clicked link colors to fit more in with the other colors (e.g. to the color of the links on the itch.io page), but it's not a big deal.
Thank you so much for trying out the current version I put out! I'll be working on finishing it within the next two weeks, so please look forward to it. And I'll figure out how to adjust the colors for the links. Accessibility is a big thing for me, so I wanted to make sure that the page wouldn't cause eyestrain to readers. I'm very glad that it worked!
Thank you again!