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A jam submission

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A small psychologic horror puzzle game
Submitted by Toboter — 47 minutes, 30 seconds before the deadline
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Adherence to the Theme#14043.0573.222

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

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Great game! I loved the short story and the visuals. I have one thing to point out: sometimes if I run into an object, the player character rotates. In Unity you can use the freeze rotation property of the rigidbody to solve this small issue.


Oh, you can do that? Great, thanks, I'll try it out!

I loved the idea and the visuals of the game but for some reason didn't play well with my Mac (Chrome browser). Let me know if it's an issue on my end that I can sort out and I'll give it another try :)


Thanks for trying! In what sense does it not play well?

I couldn't operate any of the controls 


On the box? Did you try clicking on the wheels? The game is controlled with the mouse (left/right click).

Ah ok, I only have a touchpad on my Mac - could that be the issue?


Very possible. I don't think the game will work without a mouse. You will at least need a mouse pointer, left- and right-click.


Hm, that was interesting. A bold move, to make a horror game for jam. Certainly was not expecting to see it here! Anyway, I've completed the game and it was a nice experience. Interesting idea of using the same location but with slightly different objects. Like some sort of variation of Groundhog Day, but instead of repeating the day, you repeat the space. Gj!


Thank you!


Very nice short horror. I appreciate you not going the cheap route of jump scares.


That's a nice spin on the theme. I'm always intrigued when people use the theme in a metaphorical way, it really makes you think outside the box. Similar to the puzzles! They were unique, fair, the difficulty was increasing at a desirable level, and they feel satisfying once completed!

Overall, a great game, with great level and puzzle design, telling a story through just a few lines of text.
Well done!