Jesus...Potato wrote:In either case, I have my own computer so nobody knows exactly what's on it anyway. And just in case of snooping, all the sensitive stuff (porn, nudes both real and fake, VNs of questionable content, etcetera) is buried ten folders deep inside my Documents, each folder innocently named and full of random pictures and text files, with the last folder compiled into a password-protected archive. Said password consists of fifty-three characters including spaces, capitalization, and punctuation. (A file pinned to the start menu, when ran, unzips said archive automatically but nobody would know it had done this. And nobody ever pays attention to the start menu anyway.)
My NSFW stuff isn't even located on my computer, but on an external drive. Which, isn't normally connected to my computer. So, I can only assume people don't know it's located there.
Katawa Shoujo's the only thing that's "NSFW" that's not located there.
Anyways. At the underaged person. I was about 19 when I found out about Katawa Shoujo. I wouldn't have touched it if I was less than 18.
Also, I have my own computer, as well. Even though it's in a public area in my house, I have it facing a wall, as I get paranoid about people looking over my shoulder. I would commonly get annoying by my nephew watching me play Age of Empires 2, when my computer was a desktop (Currently, it's a laptop I own that's wireless adapter has been fried). So, it normally has nothing to do with 18+ material.
So, no. My parents have no clue what Katawa Shoujo is. Though, I did have a Lilly and Hanako picture as my iPod's two backgrounds. Mum asked about it. Said it was a game (Or, I said it was a Visual Novel. Which I explained is an interactive book). Ended that topic, pretty much.
I nearly panicked, once. When I was playing League of Legends with my best friend in real life. I invited another player (That I got to try out Katawa Shoujo), and he said he loved Lilly's Route. Best friend asked, "Lilly's Route?" I told the friend irl to not mind it, then I PM'd the guy I invited to chill on the subject.