oh my god this was really cute?? i looked at the flowchart moths before i played it but when i played it today i completely forgot it existed... heh
String of Fates
A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, Linux, and Android
A bit late uploading this here, but...
Help a guy confess to his sweetheart on Valentine's Day! There are 9 endings total, 12 if you count… uh… well, I'll leave those as a surprise.
A flowchart for all the endings is included in the game directory for help if you get stuck.
It's a relatively short game, it should take about an hour or two to finish.
The game was made in about the span of 9 days, but was an idea that I had for about a year prior. It serves as an introduction to a certain group of characters of mine...
I'm pretty sure I fixed them all by this point, but let me know if you find any bugs! Thanks for playing!
Update - 6/27/17
Added bonus scenes. Revised bits of the GUI, made a mobile version.
>For people that have already downloaded, you can download this and extract it in the game directory, or for mac, in \Contents\Resources\autorun. Afterwards, go inside 'game', and delete the folder named 'cache'.
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Hi! My boyfriend and I are enjoying this game very much and I love it! But we're trying to get the true end, and we followed the flow chart but it's not seeming to work. Is there anything that could help? Thank you!
Hi, sorry for the late reply, I've been busy + don't get on here much! ;;
If you're still having issues, if you've got all the main endings (excludes death endings) you can get the true end just by going through a timeline and choosing to stop instead of jumping to a new one at the end. Otherwise if that doesn't work, double check what endings you've gotten via the extras menu
It was REALLY nice! And puns are funny :)
i love this game its bootyful
Hey! I'm kinda stuck on how to get all of the endings... I was just wondering, how do I find the game directory to see the flowchart you mentioned?
Hiya! flowchart.png is just inside the folder for the game (note, not inside the folder called "game").
If you're missing it, you may have downloaded an earlier version that didn't include it in the folder... I hope not, because the way I coded it in the earlier version made completing the game a pain... Basically, the endings you got didn't get saved if you reloaded from an earlier save instead of just jumping to a new timeline. If that's the case, I recommend just going back and using F.Skip to get those flags again, and avoiding reloading from earlier saves. Sorry about that! ;;;;