@Fiogan I’ve done a playthrough on your game. To me, the biggest blow for the game is that so many choices are left unfinished, even within the scope of the game. To where, at some points, you can only make one choice… which isn’t really a choice. It is an intriguing game, though. It’s like a cross of that one mission in Mass Effect 2 with the Supernova, and some books I once read by C.J.Cherryh. I like Rhia- though it was tough to reverse-imagine her limbs after I’d imagined them as normal at the beginning. In short, I feel that you started out strongly and ended up not having enough time to finish and rushed part of the story. You got me into the story, but then the story jury-rigged a completion- I think I would rather have not seen the ending, personally. It feels like there’s no way to stumble upon a cure for yourself, and that the ending is set in stone no matter what your accomplishments. If you have no plans to finish the story, I appreciate the effort in this, but on the guess that you will, I think I would have preferred a cliffhanger to have more sense of anticipation.
I also appreciate the sci-fi setting. It feels all too rare here, alas.