When video games are so often focused on violence and survival, titles based around romance or human sexuality somehow become the odd ones out. Luckily, this stigma is no longer stopping developers from creating exactly what they want.
Cibele is an autobiographical sort of game which shares a story of a teenager exploring a romantic relationship via the internet. Players assume the role of Nina as she chats with her buddies, plays an MMO, and finding herself falling for one of these online friends.
The game is estimated to last around 1.5 to 2 hours and is definitely the kind of thing you’ll want to complete in one sitting. Cibele is available with a launch week discount of $7.64 on Steam and runs on Windows and Mac.