I just did a playthrough, and a few things occur to me.
The writing here is rough. There are a lot of typos and grammatical errors, a few places where the characters and their dialog seem a bit off (you can beat your dog with a stick? WTF?), and some places where the writing might be described as childish or unrefined.
I suggest you do not worry about that yet. This is a rough draft. The writing is supposed to be rough. Write Chapter 2, then Chapter 3, and keep going until you have a full draft. Then go back and worry about polishing your writing. It’s easier to refine rough writing into good writing than it is to come up with good writing out of nothing.
You have a promising mystery. You have the setup for a potentially fantastic world. You have a few characters to flesh out and work with. Those are enough reasons to keep going.
I do have a few more suggestions:
Change everything that happens after the MC is thawed from cryogenesis into present tense instead of past tense. In choice games, past tense implies that you are in a flashback. If you use past tense for your opening scene, that turns Chapter 1 into a flashback-within-a-flashback. You want to avoid those because they can confuse the reader and make your story seem unfocused.
Write more description of the MC’s surroundings. I wouldn’t change what you have already written, but in your next chapters a little more description will help bring the setting to life. It’s easier to make meaningful choices when you can see the glare of fluorescent lights on the sterile white fiberglass of the cryo chamber, or smell the leather of the psychiatrist’s couch in his too-clean office with the cheap, framed paintings of red flowers on the walls over the mahogany furniture. What about those teenagers I met? Are they tired and dirty, or did Jane have time to floss and put on her Sephora Collection™ makeup this morning? A little description goes a long way.
Add the option to choose the MC’s sexual orientation. My MC was attracted to Jane, even though I never said whether I was straight or a lesbian. That was a little jarring.
Just my opinions. Your mileage may vary.