Woah. I was on the edge of my seat the entire time I was playing. Dear You was evocative, thrilling, emotional, and ultimately cold. I felt for the protagonist immensely- the issue with loneliness can be that you'll befriend/engage with anyone to get rid of that void, regardless of the warning signs. This was horrifying in the best way, and as an NJ native, I appreciated the very Jersey Devil feel of the spirit. ;)
PLEASE FULLSCREEN | MOBILE NOT RECOMMENDED
Sometimes, when you're bored, lonely, and stuck in New Jersey, you'll take love from any person willing to give it to you.
...even if they're not really a 'person', per se.
A Twine game by Wally Ntagonistic about ghosts, deer, and suburban ennui. Features one linear ending; about a 10-20 minute experience depending on how fast you read.
Minor content warnings for: non-explicit sexual content & emotionally abusive behavior/situations