The Following Game 4 Alice Magical Autistic Girls contains one or more of the following subjects:
Infrequent use of strong language
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
If you would like to play 4 Alice Magical Autistic Girls for yourself, you can do so on the following platform(s):
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