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Ghostly Jones' QuickvestigationsView game page

He is a ghostective with a very short investigation to do.
Submitted by SpaceCats64 — 4 hours, 39 minutes before the deadline

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Ranked from 7 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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I love the art, the game title, and the old school "point n click" adventure game style! Good luck in the jam, hope to see more of Ghostly Jones! :)


I really liked it! Took a while to figure the password. I even had to take a little note to write down some numbers. First I was thinking that the "why is that written with a pencil" but could not translate it to numbers. Really like the puzzle and interaction


What is the password? I tried the dates from poster, it seems like I miss something.


I don't want to spoil it for people who haven't played it yet, so here is a link to a pastebin with the password in it.


Ah, I thought the password was 4 digits, that's why I failed. Such a good game, I wish it was much longer.


Thank you!


I am winrar xD! I really liked this game, simple, cute and entertaining. I just wish it had sfx, and or music.


I love the little tidbits of humor sprinkled throughout and the artstyle is very charming. The puzzle itself was simple but the challenge for me is to interact with everything and read every joke. 

It could have used some sound effects and music, a full screen option (or, at least, a bigger resolution) and the pixel art is too small and dense in my taste. But it certainly gets my full vote when it comes to Charm :)


Thank you! Sadly I didn't hear about this jam until the day before it ended and I still had classes so I was in a crunch for asset making and programming. Next time i'll make sure to join earlier lol.


Yeah it's a shame this jam wasn't advertised properly as it were last time. It's a great concept. Good luck next time!