Rachel Helps


Member since November 5, 2021
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I've helped my sister write two VNs: Our Personal Space and Space to Grow. Most recently I wrote a Mormon feminine horror game. I'm interested in experimental games, games about interpersonal relationships, and games that explore anxiety.

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Skillick's Bride, by Rachel Helps
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This is a Mormon feminine horror game inspired by Magpie Games's Bluebeard's Bride. You play as a newlywed to a mysterious and rich Mormon man. You decide if your (shady) husband is to be trusted...

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Universal Hologram, by Kit Riemer   December 7, 2021
"The AI-constructed images and strange music really transported me to an alien, AI-populated (?) world. It made the story feel uncanny...." - See the full review

Goat Game, by Kathryn Li   November 11, 2021
"This game is gorgeous, with slightly-animated illustrations for various sections of the story. I chuckled when I scrolled down to read..." - See the full review

Weird Grief, by Naomi Norbez   November 9, 2021
"This game gave me an interesting a different perspective on what it would be like to be grieving a romantic partner with someone who was..." - See the full review

The Dead Account, by Naomi Norbez   November 9, 2021
"In this game, you are a moderator of a social media site who looks through messages to a social media account for a user who is suspected..." - See the full review

This Won't Make You Happy, by Mike Gillis   November 9, 2021
"This game has a self-consciousness of game tropes and fourth-wall-breaking that I probably would have found very deep fifteen years ago...." - See the full review

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