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'''The Kite''' is a point-and-click adventure game.<br/>The main character of the game is Masha, a resident of a regular town in the 90s. She is a loving mother and caring wife. Her husband, while suffering from alcoholism and other problems, turns to domestic abuse. Masha agrees to tolerate, as long as it doesn't concern her only child.
'''The Kite''' is a point-and-click adventure game.<br/>The main character of the game is Masha, a resident of a regular town in the 90s. She is a loving mother and caring wife. Her husband, while suffering from alcoholism and other problems, turns to domestic abuse. Masha agrees to tolerate, as long as it doesn't concern her only child.

Latest revision as of 05:23, 4 June 2019

The Kite
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First release 2012
Also known as N/A
Developed by Anate Studio
Published by Anate Studio
Distributed by Anate Studio
Platforms Windows
Resolution 1105x700
Engine Wintermute
Support Not supported. A WIP
engine is available in
our Git repository.
Available for
Purchase
Free from anatolii site and moddb site

The Kite is a point-and-click adventure game.
The main character of the game is Masha, a resident of a regular town in the 90s. She is a loving mother and caring wife. Her husband, while suffering from alcoholism and other problems, turns to domestic abuse. Masha agrees to tolerate, as long as it doesn't concern her only child.