Not yet, I am at Work atm
So I’ve finally got a little time for a more in depth critique(more a praise I think)
First ( I normally deal with flaws and things I do not like later) after playing through two times, I found nothing that I did not like.
So I move over to the praise part(sometimes this should be detailed too).
I really like that every person you met has their flaws, it makes them so much alive. They feel like living persons and I feel for everyone of them.
Your style of writing draw me in from the first sentence. It makes you want to know more about what is going on.
I love the mix of fun puns and more merry scenes and the paranoid worldview the MC & the kid have. This paranoia got me totally, I started to think like them, what if this one is evil, that is a trap, and so on, marvelous.
Toast to the host: I love this one, that is a perfect way to get someones attention( in real life I would fail miserably, because my throw would miss^^)
I am quite curious what this Mr. Prince is about( his name reminded me of Sanyi from One Piece, so I like him, would totally explain the horrible flirting).
From my part of view( I am totally new to this) I think you did the inclusion of genders in a way, that even someone who does not know that much about it, gets to learn something, I really think that is great
On to some quegestions^^ (No need to answer questions or implant something I suggested, just a piece of my mind)
From reading the discussion here I take it, that our kid gets super powers always, and the MC maybe, is this maybe based on you have to decide about that, or that we get to choose or that we get it, based on our decisions in the game?
Do we get a part, where we really play the kid, or do we only influence them?
One last question. The word umlaute is directly based from german? Or should the english plural be formed with an s instead of the e in the restaurant scene where your kid picks their menue.