Women’s identity is often stereotypically expressed in idealized terms as three main stages: Maiden, Mother, & Crone. These were popularized by mythologist and poet Robert Graves, and often reduce women to terms of their physical beauty and ability to reproduce. What is left out of these idealized descriptions are the physical changes and pervasive symptoms that accompany each biological transition. These cause women to be dealing with chronic pain, fatigue, discomfort, and incapacitation that is at odds with the idealized stages. This game pits the two together and has women of all three generations solve scenes or scenarios while dealing with societal expectations and physical symptoms brought on by the hormones. Since menopause is the loss of the ability to become pregnant and the loss of youthful beauty, it does not receive the same attention socially and culturally; in this game they are all represented and discussed.