An artificial city covered in a gray sky, a testament to the catastrophe that ruined the world.

A climate disaster, the planet punishing its inhabitants for its misuse of it, but like with most things the rich and powerful didn’t feel a thing. The colonies both old and new, the exploited and poor were the ones that suffered, and after everything was said and done the old lords came in with the idea of “rebuilding” “starting a new” and trying to “heal” from the tragedies. All a lie for them to try and maintain the control they had.

Artificial cities, human augmentation, research into human evolution, artificial servants, debt slavery, a lot changed since the end but nothing changed for the better as things usually go.

Although the few good things that were left, they are still there.

Humans are funny like that.

I'll let you know how much you mean to me is a piece of interactive fiction about two teens trying to make the best out of a five-day weekend and navigating their own difficult lives. 
They just need to survive.

•A bit more than 13000 words about a post-climate disaster cyberpunk city.
•Two trans teens with difficult lives in love.
•The excitement of spiking class!
•People complaining about other people's builds in action RPGs.
•You can download the game for free or play it on the browser!
•And if you like it you could leave a review and a comment. Those mean alot.

PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux, HTML5
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(4 total ratings)
GenreInteractive Fiction
Made withTwine
TagsCrime, Cyberpunk, Female Protagonist, Gay, Lesbian, Sci-fi, Slice Of Life, Transgender, Yuri


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I don't really know how to get into how much I loved this twine. I feel like anything I came up with wouldn't make the rawness and honesty of the story justice, but I just wanted you to know that I really liked it, and it touched me. I've met these two kids before plenty of times in my life, and have been in those kinds of malls.

Moreover, though I'm not Brazilian, I am from Argentina, and I feel there's something in common between us that is very well observed and shown here, from the description of the city to the businesses and the people. But most especially that debilitating, yet proud feeling regarding where you live. Yes, it fucking sucks, a lot of us dream of getting out, but it is also in our bloods, and we're not gonna let anyone else badmouth it.

I'm glad I read this, and I'm glad you wrote it. It's a very real situation written well, and it's exactly what I want out of twines like these.

Also: "5: where trans girls and girl-like beings have their first dates." I love the term girl-like beings.