The game is a short-story with gameplay that relies upon dialogue choices – nearly 500 in all – as the protagonist, Kelly, drives back home through a cornfield during a thunderstorm. The bulk of the narrative is an extended conversation that takes place between Kelly, her brother, and her parents. Conversation will include subjects that involve adulthood, loss, nostalgia, obligations of family members, and more. It’s a borderline eery look into the relationship of a family, and one that may ring familiar with some.
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