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is a queer-positive dating-mystery-relationship game for pre-teens that doesn’t shy away from difficult topics like homosexual identity, bullying, healthy sexuality, fitting in, standing out, and figuring out what normal is.When the previous owner of Locker 1224 mysteriously disappeared, you are left holding the only clues.Episode 5 Make Up: Not every relationship is perfect.It's time to step up and make things right with your friends.Maybe even take the highroad and reach out to those you consider enemies.Episode 6: Middle school friendships and relationships are hard. Episode 8: It’s the summer, Marcel has gone back to Dubai and the rest of your friends have all gotten jobs.Attend the intense but informative “Healthy Relationships Workshop.” and maybe the adults will know what they are talking about… Episode 7: As your final year winds down it's time to choose what high school you will go to. You feel a little lonely what are you going to do about it?*If eligible for a Just for You offer, the final price reflects the combined Sale and Just for You offers.
Do you want to figure out what happened or are you too busy being a social butterfly and trying to avoid your enemies…Episode 2 Hanna's Notebook: Things are getting serious with your crush but watch out there is some real Drama with Hanniferjane do you want to get involved with that? Episode 3 The Party: The Party: Middle School dances are a big deal, who do you go with? Episode 4 Drama: A “new” student is back at Weasel Heights and it's causing all sorts of drama, no matter what you do it doesn’t seem like you can stay out of it.Friendships and relationships are strained, will you be okay?Whether you prefer the standard school dating scenario, want to date a pigeon, or like adding a relationship to a different genre of game, you’ll find something to satisfy you here.Hopefully, everything works out in the end for you and you don’t suffer heartbreak. Check out free dating sites to help you find love in real life. in Computer Information Systems from Grove City College, where he graduated Cum Laude and with Honors in his major.