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You need to catch a criminal, and pursue a poet. You /will/ get both of them. You have to.

Mouse click or enter/spacebar to progress. Click dialogue options to choose them, or simply choose not to respond. One ending.

First game in the Quinn & Flynn series.

|| Elias & Flynn >>

Videotome:ADV by Freya, spliced up a little. Shoutout Peter for making me aware of YGJ.

Demo for Yaoi Game Jam 2022 and full game for Narrative Driven Jam 9. Warm feelings (love, anger, and sweat; mostly sweat), puzzle (mystery), and art party (whatever's going on here).


PlatformsWindows, HTML5
Rated 4.7 out of 5 stars
(19 total ratings)
GenreVisual Novel
TagsCrime, Gay, LGBT, Mystery, Narrative, Queer, Romance
Code licenseMIT License
Asset licenseCreative Commons Attribution v4.0 International
Average sessionAbout a half-hour
InputsKeyboard, Mouse
AccessibilityHigh-contrast, One button


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I loved it so much! The writing was so good, the option to interject or not going away! I was so invested till the very end! Amazing experince!

Excellent writing! The sounds and visuals really helped set the mood and atmosphere too.


I really enjoyed the way the choices were presented and the way you could get different options just by waiting dialogue out. The most memorable moment of the game for me was when I had the option to question something and after waiting a few lines, the option changed to let me kiss Flynn. It felt like such a good use of mechanics as storytelling. I really enjoyed everything about this game tbh, a great story and a great experience! 

ARGHH I LOVED THIS WHY DOESN'T IT HAVE MORE RECOGNITION?? the style is so entirely new and fresh and the writing was so good and and ARGHH?? i've never seen a visual novel done like this without sprites and so narrative driven. 100/10, about to replay.


you'll be delighted to hear i'm doing a sequel, release date whenever i get a spare few minutes


Great writing, loved the technical work too with the choices being time-sensitive or organically skipped over, it felt like each choice was 'active' or natural in how you resolved it.

Also 100% here for the relationship dynamic, makes me want to re-read The Scottish Boy again.