Lisa

released on Dec 15, 2014

Lisa is a quirky side-scrolling RPG set in a post-apocalyptic wasteland. Beneath the charming and funny exterior is a world full of disgust and moral destruction. Players will learn what kind of person they are by being FORCED to make choices. These choices permanently effect the game play. If you want to save a party member from death, you will have to sacrifice the strength of your character. Whether it's taking a beating for them, or chopping off limbs, or some other inhuman way. You will learn that in this world being selfish and heartless is the only way to survive...


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After the first dozen traumatic events everything just becomes funny

A great example of how well the medium of video games can be used to create art

dark and dreary, but so full of life. an odyssey of choice and consequence, failure and regret, building its harsh themes by marrying the difficult situations to addictive gameplay, adding thought to even the smallest of decisions. while harrowing, it's particularly special for the moments of creative joy harvested from the bitter soil, bouncing off absurd comedy to drive home the emotional core. a must.

another indie RPG harharhar, BUT this ones extremely unique. i love how dingaling decided to take this franchise into a full on apocalyptic world with weird RPG input combo shit. the story, while not that unique, does sooo much more with its worldbuilding for u to be like... DAMN!! the characters are extremely well written n i rlly feel for Brad. the amount of side-content in this game is so huge too like damn in a way this game feels open-world. BANGER fkin soundtrack too btw. my only complaint is that the comedy didnt land abt 20% of the time, but when the jokes landed they were rlly funny. great fkin game... didnt like the joyful tho that one wus lame

Yea i just beat it hte music is good And art is cool enough it is a good game but Not my game My game is likeee

The most realistic "Dad Simulator" since Octodad and God of War.