Don’t Make Love

by Samy
Published: Last Updated on 3 minutes read

Don’t Make Love is a damn cute text RPG where it’s all about the question if a couple of praying mantis should listen to all their surroundings and instinct to get offspring or if they’d rather stay together forever.

Don’t Make Love Game Review

Since mantis are damned for the female eating the male after the mating, it’s all the game is about but a true question.
In the end, everyone

It is a thought-provoking indie game that explores the complexities of relationships and communication. The game puts the player in the shoes of a praying mantis couple facing a crucial moment in their relationship – deciding whether or not to mate.

The gameplay revolves around conversations between the two mantises, where the player must choose their responses carefully to build or break their relationship. The game’s mechanics are simple, but the conversations are deep and emotionally charged, creating a powerful tension and urgency.

The art style is minimalist and elegant, with beautiful hand-drawn illustrations and a haunting soundtrack that perfectly complements the game’s tone. The game’s visuals and sound design create a moody and introspective atmosphere, drawing players into the world of the mantises and their struggles.

By placing players in the role of a non-human species, the game encourages players to think beyond their own human experiences and consider the perspectives of others.

Final Thoughts

It’s a unique and moving game that offers a fresh take on the relationship genre. It’s a game that will make players reflect on their relationships and communication styles and leave a lasting impression on their minds.

I had a lot of fun and got new topics around relationships and society to think about now. And I love such games where I think about stuff I never thought about before.
The game is currently free on Steam.

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