A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux

Basically, the human body has an in-built limit to how many times it can be forced to move across the timeline. It is a hard limit; it can't be known, and it most certainly can't be changed.

Its value is different in any given individual, and - although many have theorized - nobody knows whether it depends on genes, luck, physical health, spiritual inclination or pure happenstance.
It happens to every Time Agent sooner or later... even you.

The End of Time: it's where Time Agents – misfits of normal-flowing time – dwell and operate. From here, they travel through different eras to ensure no event is disrupted by any time traveler such as themselves.

You've been a Time Agent for a while, but it's the first time you've been to Café Bouvardie, a popular spot to relax for your kind. There, you meet the two owners of the place and listen to their stories...

Scenario: CrescendoAltan Couvert
Script: Altan Couvert
Art: Kitty A.
GUICrescendoKitty A.
AudioCrescendo

StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux
Rating
(5)
AuthorCrescendo
GenreVisual Novel
Made withRen'Py
TagsLGBT, Sci-fi, Short, Time Travel
Average sessionAbout an hour
LanguagesEnglish
InputsKeyboard, Mouse

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cafe-bouvardie-1.0-linux.tar.bz2 36 MB
Version 1.0 Dec 01, 2019
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cafe-bouvardie-osx.zip 30 MB
Version 1.0 Dec 01, 2019
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cafe-bouvardie-win.zip 31 MB
Version 1.0 Dec 01, 2019

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I love this! The story was nice and I like the little choices throughout the conversations. The two charas were charming and I enjoyed how many choices there were in the beginning (I went back and saw all of the drinks). Everyone is lost in life and a lot of people can relate to the protagonist. Life is full of possibilities c: Thank for making this!

Thank you for enjoying it! :)

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So, this is labelled as in-development, but I also don't see any indication of the current version being a demo... Is it a complete story?

It is! I forgot to switch it to completed, thanks for letting me know. We're planning on releasing some sort of update eventually, without the time constraints of the jam

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Cool, thanks for clarifying. I'm making a summary of the Jam for my blog, but I don't like including demos and prototypes in it, as often nothing comes out of those. Your game went on the list. ;)

EDIT: And congrats on the game, I've just finished it and it's really good! The best thing that came from this year's Jam IMHO. :) 

Thank you so much! Looking forward to reading your summary!