The Plot of the game
In the game, you take on the role of a man who had a falling out with his wife
You were a cocaine addict, a bad husband and a bad roommate, sharing only brief moments of happiness with your roommates Ada and Elly, between your inebriated and sober states.
A few years after your second roommate Ada
was born, Emily thought it best you stay away from your roommates.
You two went through a tough break up, which means you haven't seen your roommates in years.
It's been twelve years since then and you've gone to multiple different rehab programs.
Now that you're clean of drugs, You decided to start dating Emily once again.
You've been dating her online for many months now and your relationship is blossoming.
She's taken a new liking to you and believes you two can restore things to the way they used to be.
You live in different states, but it's summer time and you've decided to take some time off work to visit Emily in Ohio.
The game begins when you first meet her in a bar.
The game is a visual novel with various decisions to be made. Every decision you make in Parental Love will affect the future in one way or another.
I guarantee, you will not encounter every scene in the game on your first playthrough without some
which I do encourage. The actual gameplay comes down to just making decisions.
You will meet a lot of other female characters along the way such as Ada, Elly and some of their friends.
There will also be other men who will try to get to your women, but you're not going to let that happen.
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Free demo version
Version 0.9.1 PC: DOWNLOAD
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Development began on the 14th of March 2017.
Game was finalized on a date yet unknown.
Changelogs for all development versions.
Supported operating systems: Windows, Linux, MacOS, Android (only on subscribestar).
Supported languages: English, Portuguese.
This game is a work of fiction, and DOES NOT represent reality
We humans are fragile, some of us more so than others.
Those of us who can't yet fully comprehend the world, our
bodies and our minds, due to their inexperience, they are the most
fragile. It is our duty to protect them from coming to contact
with things that could have an adverse effect on the rest of
their lives. Even something completely harmless to you,
WILL cause permanent trauma on
the mind of a younger person.
It is up to each and every one of us to understand that
some fantasies, must always be kept as just that.