Hi! I realise this is an early version of the game, but are you planning on adding the ability to save and/or skip text in later versions (I'm on a desktop if that matters)? I really enjoyed the first chapter but knowing I'd have to click through all the dialogue again has sapped the joy I would otherwise have felt at playing it again and seeing how different choices would play out. And the idea of not being able to save or skip seen dialogue in later chapters is quite offputting!

Asked by sqbr

It’s certainly something that we’d like to add and we’ve already received a fair bit of feedback on the save system. I know that’s not a definitive answer, but it’s hard to say whether we’ll prioritize this feature yet!

I cannot thank you enough for making such an amazing queer-positive game! LongsStory is beautifully illustrated, wonderfully written, and completely engaging. I'm holding my breath for chapter two, for sure!

Asked by breezefox

Thanks so much for playing and enjoying it!

I noticed that you couldn't say that you had a crush on the Turkeyhawk towards the end of the first chapter. How will romancing the Turkeyhawk go, if not in the same way as romancing anybody else? Is the Turkeyhawk a furry, because that would be pretty rad, displaying different interests and whatnot.

Asked by phantomthelabrat

Actually, you can romance the Turkeyhawk, we just had a design problem at the end, where fitting 5 options in broke the choice screen (things you learn at the last minute during game design). 

So in the next episode we’ll make sure you know that Turkeyhawk is totally eligible.

Is the Turkeyhawk a furry?? That is a very good question. We have a lot of ideas about who lives in that suit. I think the easiest answer is: It’s too soon to tell why the Turkeyhawk does what they do, but they are definitely crush worthy  :) 

Is there going to be a playable main guy character for the boys?

Asked by firebolt-two-thousand

This is a question that comes up quite a bit. 

Short answer: Yes

Long answer: We hope so, but only if we can afford it. 

Longer answer: We’d like to have two different settings, one for your avatar, and one for your choice of gender. That way you can select the way your character looks and also what gender your character feels like as separate options.

We know that an avatar builder would make it easier to make a player character that looks like who players feel they are, but see the long answer above, avatar builders cost $$$$ and we’d like to spend what little we have on making more story and adding art for the other characters.

What do you think of our solution - also what do you think the boy art for main character should be like? 

Feel totally free to send us sketches, we’ve got a meeting with the art director on Friday : )