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Confetti Game Library

Choose from this assortment of great games developed by Games Art students at Confetti Institute of Creative Technologies.

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The Scrum of it All

Studio: Pencils of Doom
Age: Recommended 16+

This game contains Flashing lights, and triggering topics regarding Anxiety, Toxic friendships, Uni life and struggles and links with Alcohol and Drugs.

The Scrum of it all is a casual/horror visual novel that follows the story of Aaron, a student that moves into the big city to attend a Sports University after living in the countryside his entire life. Though optimistic, the sudden change of environment paired with peer pressure from one of his new ‘friends’ soon finds Aaron overwhelmed with stress, manifesting itself into monsters that taunt his every decision.

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Weighted Wings

Studio: Chaos Ink
Age: Suitable for all

This game contains themes focusing on social isolation and anxiety.

Atlas has been stuck in self-imposed isolation for over a year. But with the help of their friends, new and old, they plan to change that. 

Guided by their old Uni roommate, the librarian Asher, Atlas embarks on a journey to overcome their mental health woes and get back outside again. 

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A Silent Home

Studio: Team RAT
Age: 13+

This game shows struggles of grief with references to the death of a young child.

A Silent Home is a visual novel game that tackles the topic of grief. In the game, you follow Lex in her journey through the grief of losing her younger sister Dee Dee. You play through the game as the spirit of Dee Dee bringing items back to Lex to help her through this loss.  You must help Lex through this rough time in her life or lose her forever to grief.

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Studio: Echo Games
Age: Suitable for all

This game showcases anxiety in the form of school performance and stress.

Timmy is a school boy struggling in his classes as his mind plays tricks on him… 

Help Timmy get through each of the classes to stop his worrying and stress. 

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Studio: Spoobert
Age: 16+

Before You Download

For your discretion, the following topics are touched upon briefly within Constellations. If you or a loved one are affect by any of the following issues, you can seek advice and help at:

Drug Use
Suicidal Ideation
Abusive Households
Body Image/Dysphoria

Follow Alex and help them navigate the new and intimidating experiences of university life! Meet unique personalities, learn their stories and decide how Alex will approach their own mental health struggles. With three available endings, you can play Constellations with the confidence that your choices matter; no matter how small. 

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Studio: DeadFish Studios
Age: Suitable for all

This game showcases the struggles of depression and loneliness.

‘You wake up and the world is grey. ‘ 

Monochrome is a game about managing and living with depression and loneliness.  The aim is to speak and interact with other characters throughout the day in hopes to bring colour back into the world, with help from your dog Pixel.  

The game features two side characters; the characters dog, Pixel, who will provide encouraging dialogue, and the embodiment of the player’s feelings and mood, a small black moth, which will act as an antagonist to the main character. These two characters will work as a ‘devil and angel on each shoulder’ situation to aid in the progression of the narrative. 

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The Party

Studio: 19th Century Blobfish
Age: 16+

This game contains both elements of drug and alcohol abuse.

Who do you trust? 

The Party is a visual novel made in collaboration with NTU students and NottAlone for the mental health campaign. 

Attending a university flat party for the first time, you encounter different people and choices which affect yourself and others around you. This game teaches about substance abuse and spiking in an easy to use and understand visual novel for young adults. 

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Studio: Spirit Games
Age: Suitable for teens

This game displays toxic relationships that can be quite upsetting.

This interactive novel brings attention to how relationships can negatively affect mental health. Follow the protagonist, Jasmine, as she juggles her university studies alongside her relationship with her boyfriend, Bradley, who is becoming increasingly demanding of her time and attention. 

Help navigate the complications of healing, leaving or dealing with unhealthy situations. This is assisted by an interactive mood bar which is dependent on your choices and will result in one of the three endings within the game! Play your way through, attempt to achieve all three endings, and gain a better understanding of different types of relationships. 

Everyone has their own story… 


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