A year ago came Popcannibal’s Kind Words, a non-game that lets you connect, however, anticipates nothing from you consequently with the exception of good vibes. Kind Words (lo-fi chill beats to write to) is the complete name of the game, and it’s basically “title says everything.” There’s a little, square room with a rack, bed and a work area. Your little avatar, who appears as though a Homestuck extra, sits at the work area and composes while relaxing music plays out of sight. You can send out a letter, known as a “request,” and afterwards kick back and hang tight for replies. Or on the other hand, you can simply convey an increasingly broad message to the world, to be conveyed by means of a paper plane – you’ll have to get these as they fly by on the screen to read them. Lastly, you can go through your inbox and answer others’ requests.
There are no metrics on these letters; the application won’t disclose to you what number of letters you’ve composed or reacted to. There are no objectives to be hit: The main sort of gamification that exists in Kind Words are the stickers that are joined to each letter. On the off chance that you’d like, you can attempt to gather them all. Every sticker likewise speaks to a thing that can be put on your small bookshelf, in the event that you’d like. It’s your space to finish.
As the developers put it during a board at the current year’s PAX East, it’s a social media organization where everybody is nice. You can report wrong remarks, and the staff said the volume of those has really been extremely low and simple to oversee.
On the off chance that you need a virtual friend through correspondence, you’re in an ideal situation with an application like Slowly. Gradually lets you look for individuals with normal interests or from specific nations and afterwards essentially think of them a letter. Kind Words is only $5 and you can play it here.