i've never made a game with Ren'Py before so i don't know exactly know how to install it. But here's how i think it works:
1. Unzip the file somewhere (zip contains a folder that contains everything)
2. In the main directory should be files for running the app in Windows, Mac and Linuxes
3. i don't *think* you need anything else installed. i tested it on Windows so i can't make any promises.
Ren'Py is a visual novel engine written in Python and libsdl. If you want to put in a little work and have those things, you should be able to get this to run on Android.
i could have packaged all the art and sounds in an archive but i left the files as is. Should include both PNGs and PSDs. Most files are my personal photos, public domain photos and drawings my kids made but a few are screen shots from Gone Home because Gone Home is awesome.
baylor wetzel - story, programming, (downloading) art
Meghan Wendt helped get the story ideas in order and made it possible to get as much done in one weekend as actually got done.
The original version of this game was uploaded at the end of the game jam. In that version, 3 of the 6 endings had been completed. i spent another 12 hours the next day completing the text, "art" and "programming" and adding an endings gallery, so technically what's uploaded here took 56 hours.