queers in love at the end of the world was inspired by the last ludum dare competition, whose theme was “ten seconds.” i didn’t make this game in forty-eight hours, though, i’ve been working on it on and off for over three months. i liked the question: if you only had ten seconds left with your partner, what would you do with them? what would you say? it’s a game about the transformative, transcendent power of queer love, and is dedicated to every queer i’ve loved, no matter how briefly, or for how long.
the game makes use of stefano russo’s timer twine extension (link is to a twine file), lightly hacked show only complete seconds (the decimal version feels more pressurey).
this is the second game patreon has helped me fund. and that’s great. having that money to look forward to every month is a great motivation for me to spend time working on free games – and it’s basically a guarantee that i’ll make one every month.
meanwhile, merritt and i are working on a new for-pay game: you can follow our progress at this blog!