Version: v0.11.0

3.5/5 - (19 votes)

Game Info

Name: Detached

Version: v0.11.0

Updated: 2024-05-09 13:42:44

Language: English

Engine: Ren'Py

Platform: Android, Linux, MacOS, Windows

Genre: 3DCG, Anal Sex, Animated, Big Tits, Creampie, dating sim, Exhibitionism, Harem, Horror, Humor, Male Protagonist, Milf, Mobile Game, Oral Sex, Rape, Sandbox, Sleep Sex, Superpowers, Titfuck, Vaginal Sex, Virgin


Welcome! I’m Scruffles, and I have a story to tell.

Detached is a lewd psychological horror comedy dating sim that touches on mental health, illness, and spookies.

It follows the life of Daine, a 25 year old man that is just discovering what it means to actually live, his road to recovery, and discovering himself.

Of course, not everything is as it seems as there are many players out there, both in the Plane of the Mundane and the supernatural, pushing and prodding him down the gentle stream of fate. One of these players is you, the Hand of Fate.

As the Hand of Fate, you will help guild Daine through his daily life, choosing where he goes, and what girls he’ll visit to increase their affections towards him. Along the way, you’ll get to know their own stories and histories while the world’s mysteries unravel before you.

If you’re lucky, you may even be able to hold their hand, you filthy degenerates.​


v0.11.0- Public release!

  • 1 Main Event
  • 3 Anne Events
  • 3 King Events
  • 2 Zeke Events
  • 5 Generic Events
  • 2 Lewd Events
  • Jessica’s Invite option is finally here! You can now call her home to hold hands behind closed doors like the degenerates you are! :D
  • 1,896 Lines of Dialogue
  • 19,885 Words
  • 635 Renders
  • 4 Animations
  • 4 new songs
  • New Choice Buttons! No more pesky buttons covering Daine’s beloved beard!
  • New Sandbox UI! Tired of diving into the menus and having to push, like, 3 or 4 buttons to get that precious information that you want? Now you have important information like Affection and event hints with a single button click when you’re in the sandbox portion! Yay!
  • Expanded on the event hints to include hints for events that play after other events. Now all character events have hints.
  • MORE PESKY CAPITALIZATIONS FOLLOWING ELLIPSES HAVE BEEN FIXED. (Thanks for everyone meticulously picking them out for me. You make my game better)
  • Temporarily removed some unused files that were causing a boot error on Macs.
  • Some minor grammatical errors fixed
  • Some minor bug fixes

Installation Guide

1. Extract and run

Developer Notes

Developer: Scruffles – SubscribeStar – – Discord – VNDB – DeviantArt

Detached is a project that I never thought would ever be conjured up by me.

I’ve been into writing and drawing since elementary school, often drawing comics, writing short stories, and being on roleplaying forums. These were basically all staples of mine all through school.

A particular genre I’ve always been fascinated by is Fantasy. A dream of mine is authoring a series of Military Dark Fantasy novels based on a long running roleplay rich with lore I had amongst a group of friends through middle school. Something I actually started, but unfortunately sits shelved for the time being.

No matter what I’m doing though, whether it’s focusing on my art or my novel, I usually end up finding writing prompts and just throwing out a quick mini story here and there, or texting my friends with absurd imagery through words, all of which usually sit of the line of insanity and horror.

But then, I saw that there are people that genuinely enjoy absurdist existential content like that. I’ve come across other games that aren’t afraid to tickle that horrible little corner of heavy story telling, that aren’t afraid to play with your emotions like some kind of sick and twisted pervert, that aren’t afraid to write a story that makes you feel conflicted on how you should feel about ejoying your time reading it.

So I thought, “Why not try and make something with this weird writing style I use to meme on people?”

And thus began a project that I never thought I would make, and would never have thought in a million years that I’d make it as far as I have..


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