This game contains references to sensitive topics like cancer and death due to incurable deceases. Vomit and other ailments related to chemotherapy are mentioned. If these topics cause you a negative reaction, play with caution.
Additionally, do note that the game lacks a save function. Preferably, try saving an hour to play it all the way through.
The game is only available on Windows.
If downloaded from a browser, a program to unzip the file will be needed.
mil rosas is an adventure game, autofictional, about someone playing a game in their console during chemo session.
It is free, with the option of leaving a tip.
It was originally in Spanish, and it features an English translation.
- WASD/Arrow keys: Movement (console)
- E/Spacebar: Interact, advance dialogue
- Esc: Main menu
- Backspace: Map (console)
- Mouse: Look around
- Right click: Zoom
|Direction, script, code:||H.M. Huízar||Website |
|Art:||Pamela Torres Martínez (cosmicphamtom)||Instagram |
|Music:||Rosalba Vázquez García||Behance |
|UI and graphic design:||Estefanía Moreno||Behance|
SFX: Made in Chiptone. Downloaded from freesound.
Assets: Dialogue system: Yarn Spinner. Modular Sofa, by Vertex Studio. Hospital Medical Office Modular, by Brick Project Studio.
Fonts: EsperessoDolce and Perfect DOS VGA 437.
Shoutouts to the Gaming Club for their summer camp where I learned to code. To GameDevTV for their excellent course. And to the numerous tutorials (Brackeys and Blackthornprod) for so much accessible knowledge.
A session ranges between 20 to 30 minutes.