A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux

The pain in his guts is driving him insane.
Just watch as the horror unfolds...

Pain changes us. Pain drives us, and forces us to find a new place where it won't hurt as much.

But what happens if the source of pain is inside you?

Contains disturbing content. Reccomended for a mature audience.

Type: Kinetic Novel
Genre: Horror
Words: 6000 (about 20 mins)
Available Languages: English - Italiano - Français

Huge thanks to antperson for the french translation.

PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux
Release date Mar 26, 2017
Rated 4.4 out of 5 stars
(14 total ratings)
GenreVisual Novel
Made withAudacity, Krita, Ren'Py
TagsAtmospheric, Dark, Hand-drawn, Horror, Kinetic Novel, Narrative, Ren'Py, Short, Story Rich, weird
Average sessionAbout a half-hour
LanguagesEnglish, French, Italian
InputsKeyboard, Mouse, Gamepad (any)
AccessibilityColor-blind friendly, Subtitles, High-contrast


WhiteWorm- 35 MB
WhiteWorm- 19 MB
WhiteWorm- 24 MB

Development log


Log in with itch.io to leave a comment.

Wow hey, that was an experience!
I always like to comment with an interpretation of the story of the VN, when is possible.

Here, I felt like the story was about pregnancy, birth, and it’s psychological effects on humans. It makes a lot of sense! The father feels the need to provide to the child, while the mother… umm, well, play the VN and see by yourself. XD

I’m interpreting this the right way fullmontis?

I think that's a good interpretation! Although I didn't really have a metaphor in mind when I wrote it

Yay thanks!

I didn’t really have a metaphor in mind when I wrote it

In my opinion, there’s almost always a purpose or something you want to tell the world, and it’s sad when that message doesn’t reach your audience, don’t you think?. The thing is, if you write a story without a metaphor or a meaning in mind, then your story can mean just about anything. You’d be impressed by how many ways a reader can interpret a story! And misinterpretation is risky, so is worth spending a bit of time on that. That’s my advice. ^^

I think that if the story makes you project a meaning onto it, then it was a successful story! And any meaning you put on it is constrained by the events of the story itself. So the interpretations you get to are actually guided by the plot and characters combined with your personal experience. And since everyone's experience is different, there will be different emotional reactions and ways to see the story.

When I wrote this I only had an emotion to guide me through it, and that was what I wanted to come through

Oooh impressive!, it’s actually a great way to see it. Emotion driven stories then, I’ll check it. Thank you so much.

Man, this was a super gnarly read. And definitely did not end how I expected... wow. There needs to be more VNs like this and/or I read too many slice of life that I consider this to be a break.

Sidenote as I don't have any other place to put this: Why are only half of your games on your creator page (https://fullmontis.itch.io/) versus all 21 (or at least a lot more) on your profile page (https://itch.io/profile/fullmontis)?

Hello, thanks for reading, I'm happy that you found it an interesting read! I don't have most of my games on there cause they are very old and I don't like them as much anymore

That was a really neat little story with a great ending. Nicely done!

omg, I love your work!! The story was amazing and so intense. I'm going to remember it for a long while.

Thank you, happy to know you liked it

Inquietante, coinvolgente e...scritto benissimo. Il senso di disagio a tratti l'ho sentito fisicamente :) ben fatto

Molto gentile, grazie per il commento :)

(1 edit)

I did the gameplay and to be honest i was quite surprised by the actual storry. It was creepy most of the time but also funny at moments imo :) good game

Thank you for the feedback!

you're wellcome it was a pleasure playing the game :)