Last Call is an autobiographical poem-exploration game about love and violence. In the game, you explore an apartment that is partially packed for a move. You find and respond to pieces of a poem scattered throughout these boxes as you help pack up. It is based on the lived experience of the game designer, Nina Freeman.
|Windows Only||Voice Recognition|
|This game is Windows only due to the constraints of our voice recognition API.|
We may release on other platforms in the future. However, we don't currently have the bandwidth to tackle that.
|Voice recognition is used in the game, so please ensure your systems default microphone is set up prior to opening it. |
There is an option for folks who can't use the voice recognition feature for whatever reason, but it is recommended to use it if you can. It is core to the game's design.
|Text descriptions of: domestic violence, emotional & physical abuse, violence against women, suicide ideation & attempt, sexual content. Use of bright lights and flickering animations.|
A downloadable version of the poem contained in the game is available here: http://ninasays.so/lastcall/LastCallSupplement.pdf
We recorded a full playthrough of the game and have uploaded it to YouTube. It was recorded for folks who don't have hardware to play the game, so there's no commentary or frills.
This is a free game that uses creative commons sound and collages of stuff from the real world (this will make more sense if you've played the game haha). All referenced materials listed below.
Posters (in-game imitations of art by the below)
Sailor Moon, by Naoko Takeuchi
Evil Dead 2
Ah! My Goddess, by Kōsuke Fujishima
Chobits, by CLAMP
Pokemon the Movie 2000
Final Fantasy X-2
Boxes (anything not clearly referenced in the game by name is included here)
Ultra Maniac by Wataru Yoshizumi
Disney Tsum Tsum
Mermaid Melody Pichi Pichi Pitch by Pink Hanamori
Full Moon wo Sagashite by Arina Tanemura
DearS by Peach Pit
Miyuki-chan in Wonderland, by CLAMP
Magic Knight Rayearth, by CLAMP
Good Morning Call, by Yue Takasuka