My first ending was acceptance and I understood it in a way that she was so disgusted by her body and her flaws and imperfections that she started developing this feeling of complete detachment from her skeleton, going so far as to believe that it's not hers but comes from few different people. But taking some time off she was able to confront these feelings and realize her developing delusions. But I was so into this game that I played until I got all of the endings ;p
I really like this game and every story told, every ending was super interesting to me and a lot of them hit close to home as I study psychology and (without spoiling too much) I found a lot of what I learned on the clinical psychology classes represented in the game. I still don't know who the guy in the end is and what did Laynie do to him xD my guess is that it's a kind of an 'open to interpretation thing depending on what story you got'. I was hoping that his character would make more sense after uncovering different facts (like why he has this... contraption on his head, why he only says one thing) but well. Overall very unique experience though, love the art style, the unsettling feeling the game gives, the way of story-telling that makes the gameplay a very individual experience that resonates in different ways with different people (the conclusion I draw from reading other interpretations, more than the 6 that I expected).
I would love to know more about the story behind creation of the game but I get that it's a hush-hush experiment for now. Would love to know the results though if possible.
I've also seen Zen and Art by you guys and will definetely check out the other games. Keep up the good work!