New Emily, New Choices. Surf the web like it’s 2006!
Emily is Away Too is an indie casual game made by Kyle Seeley. It is an sequel and the spiritual successor to the critically acclaimed original. Extend the story past the chat window with youtube links, facebook profiles and file transfers. Message both Emily and Evelyn as you determine the outcome of your senior year. And most importantly, change your text color to lime green so everyone knows you’re the coolest kid in school.
|Release Date: 26 May, 2017|
Developer: Kyle Seeley
Publisher: Kyle Seeley
Genre: Adventure, Casual, Indie, RPG, Simulation
Emily is Away Too
|Minimum Specifications |
OS: Win 7
|Recommended Specifications |
OS: Win 7 64
- Multiple endings triggered by your dialogue decisions.
- Youtube links, facebook profiles and even file transfers.
- Buddy icons, customizable profiles and away messages.
- An interface you thought you’d never use again!
- Independent IM conversations with branching paths.
Emily is Away Too Trailer
Emily is Away Too Review
Emily is Away Too is a worthy sequel to an excellent game. It manages to take you back into time where the Internet was a much simpler place and the line between good intention and malice was stowed away behind a low-res text window. You interact with two girls, Emily and Evelyn, over an AOL lookalike, and over the course of the game you will go through gut wrenching plot choices, rapid quick time events and a sense of nostalgic wonder all through two chatboxes, as you traverse through this perfect snapshot of early 2000s culture. The conversation options are very realistic and somehow convey emotions of nervousness, rethinking, by backspacing and rewording what you're going to say just like real life. Endings and other secrets are really well done! Also, the music is very good and well representative of 2006. Definitely worth your attention.