Depression Quest

isn’t really a game, isn’t fun, and may not make you feel very good, if you happen to be depressed. It is, however, a pretty solid depiction of the disease. If you have friends and family who don’t “get” depression, but are somehow also nice enough to let you take up their precious time explaining it, ask them to spend a good 20 or 30 minutes playing Depression Quest.

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    I think I won my playthrough of this game. The problem is that in real life I don’t have a job and can’t afford a...
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    horrible and perfect also yeah super triggering dammit
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