a second-person scrollgame with likert choice mechanics, tpoe haunts scott arsigne, a prison-keeper in a lighthouse on the southern shore of conder, connecticut, while he monitors a new target: jacob wayer, a high school teacher in the same town. scott falls asleep at his desk, and you wake up in turn, prone on the ground floor of the selfsame tower, one father more alone than usual. maybe you'll spend the afternoon monitoring wren wayer, this high school sophomore in your same town; maybe go outside and take a walk, maybe try and draw again. just don't message wren, don't talk to the prisoners, and do not, under any circumstance, touch the water outside. you don't wanna get contaminated too, do you, hare-bear?

the process of elimination is a tragic hypertext-based adventure about control, isolation, and obsession. it contains depictions of child emotional abuse, animal death, suicide, all-around murder, and deaths by fall damage and gun violence, as well as mentions or implications of attempted suicide, self-harm, kidnapping, and drowning. proceed with caution๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘
the soundtrack to tpoe. this links to the album on my bandcamp. soundtrack cues found within tpoe link directly to their corresponding tracks, but those tracks are here too if you want them that bad.
a guide detailing which sequences of tpoe choices lead to which of its six different endings, for use by players trying to 100% or just inform themselves pre-read on what exactly they're getting themselves into. isn't "spoiler" material per se, but imparts some clairvoyance on effectively synonymous likert responses which players wouldn't otherwise have access to, primarily through cryptic ms paint drawings.

also contains word counts for individual tpoe endings and sequences.
the official discord for people who like, know of, or intend to know of tpoe. we're totally all good about spoiler warnings and content warnings and everything, so feel free to join whether this is your first time on this page or you've read the entire thing 1,000,000,000,000 times.

also features a liveblogging channel, if that's the kind of thing you're into.
thats all for now๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘ cool