I Am Your Momma is a lyric game about adopting and looking after yourself.
It's 4 pages, with a relatively bare layout and a loose choose-your-own-adventure style structure.
The writing is strong and tangible. There's spelling errors, but I can't tell if that's part of the game's intended voice. The tone is comforting, which puts me on edge, but if you're not me you should be fine.
Overall, if you want to feel comforted, or if you want a technique for calming/grounding yourself, this is a good pick. It's heavily anchored in its theme of grandmothers as caretakers, but it could easily be reframed around any other caretaker.