Falling out of Place

All the right pieces. All the wrong pieces. All the right things. All the wrong things. All the strange pieces... ...falling out of place. Customize your appearance and choose between male or female in this slice-of-life visual novel. Play as an average college student, just trying to navigate your daily schedule, making choices between going to classes and being with friends. As you get settled in, and you've got a good hold on who you are, how choices are made, and how they affect your day-to-day activities, take solace in your routine. But don't get too comfortable, as one night you go to bed and wake up in the morning, finding that you are now the opposite gender. Your clothes, your room, your body have changed, but not your mind. What was once male, is now female. What was once female, is now male. With this new found discovery, knowing that you already have a set schedule and way of doing things, how do you navigate a world where nothing is how you remember it? ...What do you do now?
Jam year: 
This is How it Feels
Stephen Hawking Can Play This
MS Windows
Tools and Technologies: 
Unity (any product)
Technology Notes: 
As of the conclusion of GGJ15, only half of the male story-line has been implemented. We plan on continuing work on this game, pulling it into another game jam called #JamForLeelah. I will make regular updates to this page when we have progress.
Installation Instructions: 

Double click Executable file found in the release folder.


Len Mutzenberger - Project Lead / GUI Artist / Cat Herder
Brian Rushing - Character/Background/GUI Artist / Character Design
Scarlet Heberlig - Background Art
Bryce Foshim - Pro-grammer
Eli Chisholm - Programmer / Narrative 
Zene Huber - Audio
Bryan Saint Jean - Character Development / Narrative / Resident Dude-bro
DJ Redlin- Audio / Narrative / Dude-bro #2

Grant Thomson - Character Development / Narrative
Maddy DeVine - Narrative / Resident Cis-female

Let's be honest. Just about all of us worked on narrative in some way or another. 

I just want to say thank you to everyone who supported this game from the pitch, and helped out with trying to give our players the most honest representation of male and female physical differences we could give. THANK YOU MADDY.

Teenage Dream - Katy Perry (heard as a ringtone)
Psychosocial Baby Mashup - Slipknot & Justin Beiber (heard as a ringtone)
Title font: http://www.1001freefonts.com/bite_the_bullet.font


Game Stills: 
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