Ready Set Indie Games Presents: 4 Alice Magical Autistic Girls (PC) - Trigger Warning

The Following Game 4 Alice Magical Autistic Girls contains one or more of the following subjects:

Suggestive Themes
Crude Humor
Minimal Blood/Blood
Simulated Gambling
Infrequent use of strong language
Mental Health Struggles

And therefore may not be suitable for some viewers

Viewers Discretion is Advised.

In this gameplay video, Ready Set Indie Games plays 4 Alice Magical Autistic Girls (PC)

As a parent of someone on the spectrum, I will say when I saw that the developer for 4 Alice Magical Autistic Girls was having some issues with getting her visual novel out there, and so I decided to give it a try. It is interesting to me when I see those on the spectrum that produce games as I have a son on the spectrum, so it's nice to see how girls on the spectrum are, as I don't much about it.

4 Alice tells the story of Alice LaOrange, a girl who is on the spectrum, and what she goes through on a daily basis. I found the story to be very interesting because I did see some of the traits that my son has when in this visual novel. The only reason I added a Trigger Warning was because of the premature ending that I got, which can be a little upsetting to some, but other than that the story is well written.

The game is developed by a woman on the spectrum which I thought was great because it isn't the cliche or media-driven version of what Autism Spectrum Disorder is. This is written by someone who actually is experiencing this and that makes it much more real and relatable in my opinion. I only got a chance to play the demo of this, but instantly fell in love with the story and wanted more when the demo ended.

If you love visual novels and story-driven games, then I highly recommend giving 4 Alice Magical Autistic Girls a try. You will not be disappointed.

If you would like to play 4 Alice Magical Autistic Girls for yourself, you can do so on the following platform(s):


Free to Play Demo
$16.99 USD 

Free to Play Demo
$16.99 USD