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Recommended
0.0 hrs last two weeks / 1.4 hrs on record (0.4 hrs at review time)
Posted: Dec 31, 2023 @ 4:05pm
Updated: Jan 23 @ 12:23am
Product received for free

Don’t you hate it when someone answers their own questions? I do.

Com__et is a queer romance/horror visual novel that combines choices and hidden words.

Story
It's hard to describe the storyline without giving too much spoilers. It's a simple story about a girl chatting with her friend about a boy she likes: "Him". With a little bit of encouragement from her friend, she ends up in a relationship with him. But nothing is what it seems.

Gameplay
A lot can be said about this unique gameplay. The gameplay is about following a set path, but important words are hidden until you uncover them through your actions and choices. The game challenges you to explore, discover, and break free from the initial story, giving a sneak peek into what lies beyond the concealed words.

The game has over 6000 words. The story has different paths, leading to five possible endings and one false one, encouraging you to explore hidden words and revelations. The game also teases a unique "____ End,".

It looks at brief moments, showing how your mind can wander into memories and then come back to reality. The game tells this kind of experience really well in its story.

Graphics & Sound
It has a great soundtrack with four songs, including a track that changes with the story. The visuals are impressive, capturing the stories powerful moments.

Final Verdict
In short, if you love engaging stories, com__et might be for you. It has a unique concept, an interesting story, beautiful artwork, and soothing music. It's a great choice for those who enjoy short and unique visual novels.

Otome Lovers wishes to thank SuperBiasedGary for providing a free review copy for this game.

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