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little boats of farewell
A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux
languages: english / 日本語
Quite the long year, wasn't it?
Feels like a lot happened and nothing happened all at the same time.
It'll be good to get the year behind us, don't you think?
Ah, sorry, I'm just rambling. We're almost there.
little boats of farewell is a 10-minute point-and-click adventure about bidding farewell to things you want to leave behind. Stroll along the River of Goodbyes, where people from all over come to release boats carrying their farewells.
Think about what you want to say goodbye to this year and let your own boat drift down the river.
In little boats of farewell, there is the option to share a memory of your visit to the river with others who visit the river themselves. Please note that while your physical presence along with your boat is shared, what you bid farewell to is not.
There is also a printable card version of the boat if you would like to physically write down what you want to bid farewell to. Please download the zip file for the print template and printing instructions.
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|Updated||22 days ago|
|Published||26 days ago|
|Platforms||Windows, macOS, Linux|
|Genre||Interactive Fiction, Adventure|
|Made with||Ren'Py, Audacity, Clip Studio Paint|
|Tags||artgame, Atmospheric, Black and White, Experimental, Grayscale, Narrative, Point & Click, Relaxing, Short|
|Average session||A few minutes|
|Accessibility||Color-blind friendly, Subtitles|
|Links||Homepage, Twitter, Patreon|
In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $3 USD. You will get access to the following files:
- little boats of farewell, released26 days ago
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Aw this looks like such a cute game! Love the theme...those tiny little boats are lovely. Great concept! :)
This game has the kind and gentle feeling that npckc is so great at creating. 3 dollars well spent :)
A neat way to structure self-reflection. Thanks npckc and sdhizumi.