official art by SEN
go play Mad Father guys its pretty neat but you’re going to shit your pants for reals
I ship the hungry boy and Aya, i mean he blushed when she gave him food! >w<
I know Mad Father is supposed to be a horror game, but I spent the whole game wanting to hug Aya. I couldn’t help, she is just too cute.
No, don’t cry baby girl…!!
i truly love blonde youth if i got married to him without his bandage on i would be just fine with that actually I would love that because i dont care what he looks like its what the inside what counts if I’m lying may a lightning bolt come out of the sky and strike me down i wish i could keep typeing but i dont know whatelse to say oh yah now i rember if he didnt die in those flames i would still be crying nothing in this world is stronger than love well i wish i could keep typeing but i dont know whatelse to say but I LOVE YOU AND PLEASE NEVER CHANGE FOR ME AND IL NEVER FORGET YOU EVEN IF YOU FORGET ME THERE WILL NEVER BE A DAY SINCE I WILL CRY FOR YOU SO PLEASE DO IT FOR ME
There has been a number of Virus warning around. To be safe, I just changed the HTML of this blog. I’m quite found of this myself! Also confessions are on the way as well.
My personal belief is that in the beginning, when Aya first found out about the experimenting her father did, she was horrified but repressed her true horror from it. Slowly though, she began to accept this and they stopped bothering her as much. When she went through the mansion with all the corpses and the carnage blood and so-on, it was slowly driving her mad. She was still scared, sure, but the fear was adding to the insanity inside her. However, in the ‘true’ ending, finding the book was the final push within her to truly drive her over the edge and made her turn out like her father. In the other endings, because she didn’t find the book to give her the final push, she was still somewhat sane through the other endings.
I’m probably alone on this, but I couldn’t really stand Aya for some reason. I can’t even say why, but something about her truly does bug me. The only characters I felt sympathy for or attached to, regardless of history or action, were Maria and the Doctor.