This game is best played in full-screen mode!

'In-between' is a text-based adventure game made by Hannah Sinton, a student studying in Glasgow. This game was made as part of the Graded Unit of her current course.

It was written and coded, with some assistance from Google, by her. The art was done by the incredible Nick Chrissis.


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Hi. I don't know if you still respond to this game or not, but is there a way to save? When I clicked "saves," it seems broken. :/

I do still respond! Just slowly.  But yeah, the saves are broken.  I don't know when/if I'll get the chance to fix it, life is pretty busy, but thanks for even checking this silly thing out!

You're welcome. It's fine if you don't. I just need to find a day-off to play this game all the way through. :)  Good day to you~

I just love a good ol'  story that ends in kissing a spider woman. 10/10. (though I would have liked the option to go back ONE SCREEN and see what the other ending was. Also, perhaps adding in the custom name more than just the one page? Making it more of the story? And perhaps give extra optional dialogue features for a wee bit more lore)

Hi! Yeah, I wanted to use the custom name more and have a lot more content,  but I lost a lot of steam for this project as the deadline loomed closer. I'm hoping to one day muster up the energy to flesh things out some more and improve the game! 

A bit unfinished, I managed to trigger a couple errors and found a blank passage (both related to the kelpie on the safer route). Overall good though, and managed to complete the game by backspacing until I could choose the faster route.

Thanks for the feedback! Do you remember what other errors you ran into? I fixed the blank passage issue, I just forgot to put the correct file as the playable one since I was fixing other small issues my friends ran into.

Oh, I think I found them! When you got a game over on the slow route, you were unable to progress when starting the slow route again and there was an if error in a passage because I messed up the quotation marks. Fixed both of them! Thanks again. :)