A downloadable game for Windows and macOS
Purchase Cibele on itch.io for Windows and Mac! The game is DRM free and comes with a Steam key.
Cibele is a game based on a true story about love, sex and the internet.
You play as a 19 year old girl named Nina who has become close with a young man she met in an online game. Her relationship with him heats up, becoming more and more intimate with each phone call and private chat.
The game unravels in three acts.
The player plays as Nina, going into her online game, exploring her desktop, chatting with her friends and going about her daily life as she plays her online game. It is a narrative game which strives to help the player walk in Nina's shoes as she plays her online game, becoming more and more intimate with her lover as each act unfolds.
- 3 full acts.
- Based on a true story.
- Multiple short films offer an intimate glimpse into Nina's life.
- A richly illustrated and scored game world to explore called Valtameri, with multiple maps.
- A fully interactive desktop that changes over the course of the game, offering a glimpse into Nina's life outside of her online game.
Recommendations and Notes
- The game takes about 1.5 to 2 hours to play through in full.
- It's recommended that you play it in one sitting.
- Headphones are recommended.
- The game is intended for mature audiences.
In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $8.99 USD. Your purchase comes with a Steam key. You will get access to the following files:
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I can't believe you're charging nine dollars for this pretentious, masturbatory crap.
Gorgeous and it made me feel like I was the character at times.
comments on steam have been quite fair (last time i looked anyway)
You will always have some peeps who like and some who don't like :)
I wish I had known this was on itch.io so you would have received a bigget cut of the sale. Oh well, I am loving the game so far and it has inspired me to finish a documentary I started about local video game developers as well as a Twine game about my experiences living with bipolar disorder.
The video game industry needs more voices like yours, but it's encouraging to see you have the courage and passion to express what you want to say freely despite the possibilty of backlash.
Soon as I am paid I will be buying this. And a fellow old school Macross fan makes this already a winner in my book with that poster in the background.