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No One Lives Here Anymore is a single player, Outcomes Engine game about boxing up the things in your house after your last parent dies. It’s quiet, it’s meditative, it reflects on loss and memory. Ultimately, it is about the gulf of alienation that comes when family is gone.

Any players currently struggling with loss in any form may direct message me for a free copy of the game.

CategoryPhysical game
Rated 4.8 out of 5 stars
(4 total ratings)
AuthorGoat Song Publishing
TagsSingleplayer, Story Rich, Tabletop role-playing game


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NOLHAM.epub 4 MB

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Hello, I am interested in seeing your "No one Lives here anymore" game. I am a funeral director and I feel that this could be a therapeutic avenue to direct certain clients to. As someone who has experienced both deep personal loss and deals with the loss of others every day, I could benefit from this resource. The description of the game mentions that I can message you directly for a free copy. May I ask how to message you please? Itch doesn't seem to have a way to do so. Thank you so much! 

Message her on twitch like I did, I'm not sure she comes on itch frequent as in daily. Her name is " Goat Song Publishing " here but on Twitter she is " Mids Meinberg, the Void and the Flame "

This was my first experience with a solo rpg. I did horribly. :(

Please explain? Solo RPG? as in like an offline console game Roleplaying but just you and NPC's only and like no other human players? If so my Steam Library is basically 60% of those that I would play by myself solo, the good news is because it's solo usually means, what you do is safe from other players wrecking your work/progress etc.

They mean a solo ttrpg, which is a tabletop roleplaying game that you play alone.