Content warnings: suicide, violence, sexual harassment, misgendering, cults
In a world where adventuring is a common career choice, a recently fired woman sets out on a grand quest to pay her rent.
I Hate You, Please Suffer is a turn-based RPG where the world of monster fighting clashes with mundane but important troubles. Do quests, get paid, and hope that everything goes okay in spite of it all.
The Basic version of I Hate You, Please Suffer contains:
- Three party members!
- 4-5 hours of content!
- 6 main quests!
- A bunch of optional bosses!
- An exciting tower of randomly picked floors to go up!
The music used in the game is by Rose. If you like the game or anything else I'm working on, consider supporting me on Patreon or checking out my last game, Slimes! And please, leave some feedback on the game!
Basic version released 7/9/21.
Basic version 1.4 released 12/15/21
Basic version 1.5 released 4/6/22
Complete out when it’s done.
Q: What's the differences between "RTP" and "no RTP"?
A: Games made in the RPG Maker VX Ace engine runs on a "run-time package." The RTP could be downloaded separately so that you can play any VX Ace game, but on the off chance that you don't already have that downloaded. you can download the "RTP" version that comes with it bundled in.
Q: How do you get the second party member??
A: Go to the Dungeon Entrance in the travel list to see if you've already screwed yourself out of getting him yet.
Q: What's that "meow.dat" file that appeared in my game folder?
A: It's the save file created by the script that allows me to force you to play with only one save file.
Q: Can you redraw all the character sprites?
A: Never. They will always look like shit.
Q: What's the difference between Basic and Complete?
A: Basic will have about 3/4ths-4/5ths of what I wanted in my vision of the game but is otherwise a completable experience. This version will be pay-what-you-want while Complete will be commercial.
Q: Will this be on Steam?
A: Basic is currently up!
Q: Why are the quests vague?
A: To frustrate people.