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Don’t Make Love, Indie game goes free in wake of creator’s passing

“Even though the developer of the game. Dario D’Ambra, has passed his creation will always be around.”

Don’t Make Love is an Indie title on steam that I hadn’t heard about until now, but I just recently came across a post about the game over on steam and wanted to share.

Dear all,

It’s been three years since the release of Don’t Make Love. Three wonderful years, full of amazing people and all kinds of emotions.

This game was developed by a great human being out of the need to communicate personal experiences, thoughts, and emotions. It isn’t meant to portray just a relationship problem, but also the difficulties that every one of us encounters when facing a crossroad in our life. Dario’s dream was, indeed, to create a game that could reflect that. Something that could be not only a short and entertaining distraction, but a small and intimate life experience, and to do so, he poured his own soul into the game.

To remember him and allow everyone to catch a glimpse of his beautiful soul, from today, Don’t Make Love is free to download.

Thanks to all of you that supported us, criticized us, and made us better. Thanks to all of those that shared their emotions with us. This game was made by Dario for all of you. Experience it. Live it.

With love,
Giorgio, Nina, and Patrick

I won’t tastelessly ramble on about the situation, I haven’t before heard of the game but I will be checking it out. I’m glad that even though the developer of the game. Dario D’Ambra, has passed his creation will always be around.

Why not go try out something new?

Assume the role of a praying mantis in a relationship dilemma. Torn between their mutual love and the instinct to have sex – which could lead to the male mantis’s death – the couple is on the verge of making a decision. Type anything you want in response to your partner during this life-changing conversation.

Dario D’Ambra

Dario D’Ambra’s game Don’t Make Love can be found here.

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