This is a good sequel to the first game. It was nice seeing Lizzie and John's relationship progress. Unlike the previous game, which was from John's perspective, this game is from Lizzie's perspective, and I think the dev did a good job of really putting you in Lizzie's worldview. The game interface itself works on that concept, the colors of the background are brighter in John's presence, and when you make choices sometimes the mouse pointer is drawn towards a choice that Lizzie feels strongly toward. It can sometimes be difficult to make the choice to not kill people, but you can guide Lizzie toward healthier choices.
I haven't seen all the endings and CGs so far yet, but I have seen a normal ending and the true ending. The true ending was very sweet, and to get there you need to manage both Lizzie and John's stressors. The game is short, but also cheaper than the first game and considering the writing quality I thought it was well worth the purchase.
Developer: Sierra Lee
Publisher: Sierra Lee
Release Date: 5 Oct, 2018
Genre: Simulation, Casual, Visual Novel
- OS: Windows XP+
- Processor: Pentium III 500mhz
- Memory: 512 MB RAM
- Storage: 500 MB available space