A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux

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Lily's Day Off is a visual novel. However, this is not your typical visual novel where each route gives you new information on solid character personalities. As you progress in this game, your actions drastically change the characters, experiences, and outcomes.

There are 16 endings in total, each with a completely different theme. (Some of the endings can be sort of morbid, but nothing graphic.)


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Purchase

Buy Now$2.99 USD or more

In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $2.99 USD. You will get access to the following files:

Lily's Day Off - Windows - v1.4 43 MB
Lily's Day Off - Mac OS - v1.4 47 MB
Lily's Day Off - Linux - v1.4 46 MB

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Hey, the Windows download is named "PC".

What is that supposed to mean?

That if a PC runs on Mac OS or Linux then it is not a PC?

That all PC have to run on Windows?

Please play fair, acknowledge that Mac OS and Linux are as much PC's OS than Windows and righteously call your downloads Windows, Mac OS and Linux.

Also, there is an issue with your visual novel, I just bought it from Itch app and I cannot download it, the button keeps saying "Buy now" when it should be saying "Download now" as if Itch app doesn't acknowledge that I own this visual novel.

Then I tried to download it from Itch website without using Itch app and the website does acknowledge that I own Lily's Day Off and I did was able to download the Lily's Day Off Linux v1.4.zip file on my PC.

However I unziped the file but the visual novel will not launch...

Did you test your visual novel on Linux already? Does it work?

Alright, I tested Lily's Day Off with Windows.

It is listed in my Itch app library but it still asks me to buy it so there must be a bug between your visual novel and the Itch app as the VN is listed in the library so the Itch app does acknowledge that I own it but it doesn't want to install it so I suggest to check how your VN gets along with the Itch app.

I was able to download and read your VN from Itch website without using the Itch app so the issue definitely is related to the Itch app.

But even though, I was not able to launch your VN from Linux Mint no matter with or without the Itch app so I would also say that your have to check for yourself Linux compatibility before selling something for Linux...

Hmm weird. I don't know how that could be anything to do on my part. I'll look into it though

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Ah, about the issue between Lily's Day Off and Itch app, Itch support already fixed it.

They said the mistake was from your end but they fixed it anyway because you were slow to react.

So there is no more issue between Lily's Day Off and Itch app as for now.

And as for Linux, I gave up trying to play with Linux because half of games which officially support Linux actually support a specific Linux distribution, mostly Ubuntu.

Linux distributions have grow so apart to each other that they are no more more compatible and so basically there is no such thing as a "game for Linux", the truth is much more complicated because actually, each Linux distribution has its own games and these games are only for this specific Linux distribution.

So it is a pain in the ass to get games working with every Linux distribution so I gave up trying to play with Linux and I resigned to keep coping up with Windows.

I dislike Microsoft but there is not really a choice, it is Windows or nothing.

That basically means that I won't bother you with Linux anymore since I don't bother myself with Linux anymore either. :-3

Also, I don't care anymore if you think that Mac OS and Linux are not PC because there really is no other option than Windows to play with PC so you can keep looking down on Mac OS and Linux as much as you want, I don't care. :-3

Ufufu, nya, jaa ne! ;-3