Conspiracy Theories About Myself is an autobiographical game about self-acceptance, social anxiety and being trans. In CTAM, everyone is staring at you and you must make it home from the laundromat without crying.

It is a cooperative game intended for two players, in which each player controls one eye. (It can also be played by one talented multitasker.) Average playing time is 10-20 minutes.

Conspiracy Theories About Myself was commissioned for Death by Audio Arcade's custom-build arcade cabinet, DreamboxXx, which is permanently housed at The Dreamhouse, a queer community space, in Queens, NYC.  It also features the work of 8 other NYC based queer game devs.

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100% of all proceeds from Conspiracy Theories About Myself go to supporting Sylvia Rivera Law Project & Make the Road NY.

 Photo courtesy of Walter Wlodarczyk

Game and original assets (except music) are licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0.  (source

Music is ⓒ Visager 2018.

PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux, HTML5
Rated 4.0 out of 5 stars
(2 total ratings)
AuthorJuno AM
Made withUnity
TagsDark, Experimental, LGBT, local-coop, Local multiplayer, memoir, Narrative, Queer, social-anxiety, Transgender
MultiplayerLocal multiplayer
Player countSingleplayer


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