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A jam submission

New HeightsView game page

A cyberpunk story of lov3 & loss.
Submitted by skylerhartle (@skylerhartle) — 52 minutes, 32 seconds before the deadline

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Ranked from 4 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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I did not enjoy a good game of text to many years, thanks

So far, this is the best text adventure I've played. I included it in part 18 of my Cyberpunk Jam compilation video series, if you'd like to take a look :)


I really like what's there, but I reached the end which is just an endless loop, maybe fitting for cyberpunk :P The art style works well for the story.

I understand the pain of trying to get music working well with Twine, that's why if I do another Twine game, it'll be read in through Unity :P


I really really enjoyed the art. The writing was a little too dreamy for me but definitely captured the cyberpunk essence. Would be interested in seeing more of it.


Hey! Thanks for the comment! You got stuck for good reason, actually -- right now, the game abruptly ends. Right there. 

So congratulations, you beat the game! I plan on developing the other two areas, so if you enjoyed the story so far, keep a look out for updates.

Oh, and I totally wanted to do music, but I fought against the engine (Twine) I was using for a good number of hours as I was using custom functionality that killed my ability to do integrated music. Eventually I just gave up because of the time constraints. Definitely gonna revisit that.


It has some very nice poetic texts in the game but I had a hard time to get the feeling that I was actually progressing to something. I got stuck at the stage with:

You have the collected memories: the taste of her mouth and skin, and her grey, shipwrecked eyes.

Where I could click any direction yet turn up in this same position and there was no more progress. I wasn't able to get any further than that, so it felt never ending.

The art actually adds to the text in a nice way, they are rough/abstract enough to allow the reader to fill in the rest with their mind. They only show the basis on which I felt I was able to add my own imagination, I think that's good.

It didn't seem to have any music which was a shame, because I think it could have really helped to get some ambience.

Good job!