I thought one childhood was enough but, as an adult, I understand sometimes it’s worth voluntarily experiencing unpleasant things to explore new ideas and old feelings.
Bonbon seems like a monster at first, then a friend, then a threat. Then you realize it wasn’t Bonbon you needed to worry about all along. This game brought up some feelings I kind of knew went back a way, but the direct connection to childhood trauma was revealing in ways I don’t plan to explore out in public.
Bonbon is worth your $3 and 40 minutes.