At the end of each day, the inspector is expected to have enough credits to cover the needs of the relatives he lives with. These include heat, food, and possibly medication if someone has fallen ill. If the Inspector fails to provide this for his family their health will decline over the days and eventually die.
The eventual fate of living family members depends on which ending is reached.
Other Family MembersEdit
Two other family members are mentioned but never explicitly seen in game.
The inspector has a sister who is arrested on day 21. The reason for the arrest or any other information about her is not given, but she has 100 credits in savings. She has a daughter, the previously mentioned niece which can be adopted. She will bring the sister's savings if adopted, offering limited gameplay benefits.
Inspector's Parents Edit
The inspector's father is mentioned once in the game by a woman who claims she has worked with the father for many years. The inspector's mother is not mentioned but the same entrant says that she will go to Nirsk, the village the inspector is from, to "tell them you are doing well here," implying that the inspector had more than one relative still alive (at least up to day 19) in Nirsk.