Kimmy will have players taking care of the title character during a Summer in 1960’s Massachusetts, playing with the young girl, talking with the people they meet, and helping the child make friends throughout this visual novel.
Players will wander a neighborhood designed with a painterly art style, creating a lighthearted mood as they meet the game’s cast. They can interact with ten different characters, getting to know them through the dialogue choices they make as they care for Kimmy. Depending on what players choose to say, they can open up new dialogue and play routes.
As players learn more about their neighbors and play with Kimmy, they’ll start to learn more about the young girl’s mysterious family, as well as deal with issues like death and alcohol through the perspective of children and young adults.
Kimmy is available now on Steam. Curious players can download a demo of the game from its Steam page to try before they make a purchase.