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A jam submission

The Yokai's CurseView game page

Explore a town inhabited by spirits as you try to rid yourself of a terrible curse!
Submitted by cortok (@cortokdev) — 19 hours, 5 minutes before the deadline
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CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Pixel Art's Choice#1n/an/a
Judge's Choice#1n/an/a
Developer's Vote#83.8893.889
Sound Effect#83.8893.889
Character Design#93.8893.889
RPG Maker Game of the Month#103.5563.556
Graphic Design#104.0004.000
Games for Impact#113.5563.556
Gamer's Choice#51n/an/a

Ranked from 9 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

Judge feedback

Judge feedback is anonymous and shown in a random order.

  • This game looks great graphics and characters as using pixel art and the story is astonishing and much little spooky. It became well-received as an art form and story.
  • love the game, i can see how it's influence by undertale, you can easily tell by the style, music, story, it's very much like if undertale was a adventure game, and i'm glad it did alot of things on it's own, the adventure game aspects where pretty well put together and i had fun finding ways to solve the next puzzle, so over all i wouldn't say it be the "best game" or if it had any impact on me, but on it's own it's a fantastic little game
  • Marvelously classic feeling. A bit confusing for someone like me but overall great!

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What a charming and strange little game. The music and graphics complement each other well, and I just had to get both endings. I especially like the bizarre running rock things.

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Charming and strange is high praise, as far as I'm concerned, so thanks! I had a lot of fun looking up weird yokai for it. I'm glad someone else enjoyed my effort, too.


I'd love this to become a full length game. It was PERFECT, however, the dialogue really didn't lead me towards what to do next, however, it seems you're already aware of this because the walkthrough exists.


Yeah, I basically just made a small map where you bump into the next solution. Some of it is logical lol. Glad you enjoyed it regardless!