Love-Joint’s most recent visual novel, Stranded with Her, is in early alpha and is now available for free on their website.
Stranded with Her follows the protagonist and his childhood friend, Ella, with the names of both able to be changed. While they were on a cruise from LA to New Zealand, a storm hit and caused the ship to capsize. When the protagonist and wakes up, he finds Ella performing CPR on him. Later on, the two of them find out that no other survivors made it to their island. It could take a long time until they get rescued, so the two of them will have to survive off of what they can find until someone finds them. While the two are stuck on an island together, will romance spark between them?
There will be multiple mini-games, but, as of right now, the early alpha gives you the option to win or lose the game. They involve lighting a fire, setting up a tent, and more. There are other situations where the choices you make on survival could either help or hurt you. For example, if you find a ripped tent, you will eventually need to find an item to repair it. Depending on how well you do in the mini games or interact with Ella, her opinion of you might change.
Here are a few pieces of additional information to keep in mind about the Stranded with Her alpha.
Please note: This is an early alpha, the game is not yet complete. Music and sound effects are not yet fully implemented.
Mobile support is currently beta and issues can potentially appear. The only supported browser for mobile is Chrome. To get fullscreen, open the game, tap the options button of the browser (“…”) and select “Add to Homescreen”. This options is also available on iOS under the share icon.
Important: do NOT minimize the game while playing on mobile, as your system may kill it and you will lose your progress. Make sure to save before you leave the game.
Note that you might see a black window for a while until the game loads. Consider closing your other browser tabs before playing. Again, disable your ad-blocker! (We don’t have any ads). If the game feels laggy on desktop computers, make sure your system GPU drivers are up-do-date and that “hardware acceleration” is enabled in your browser settings (same applies to DFD & DH).
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