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A jam submission

Happy TreesView game page

Just your character's childhood, maybe.
Submitted by Rex9999 — 17 hours, 10 minutes before the deadline
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People's Choice Vote#2371.5812.000

Ranked from 5 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

RPG Maker MV

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I can't find, I have some guesses for first three digits but..., any suggestion?


Locations for the hints at the code

1st digit - age 8 check the book case in the parents room

2nd digit - age 10 check dad's side of the dresser in the parents room

3rd digit - after getting into dad's place and read the stuff in the computer check the wall to the left

4rd digit - age 17 turn on the TV

sorry for taking so long to reply


Oh I didn't notice age 8 and 10, hadn't check the first digit. But still no use even with your help. Why don't comments here have spoiler!


if I could i'd DM you the code if you want but I'm not sure where i'd do it, doesn't seem to have DMs either i think


Twitter or Do you have an user at


I'll DM you on twitter


I am still confused about the game. Played it now 6 times and finally got the code, well could be a coincidence more or less.

The older me in the game, leaving the appartment and returning after hear a shoot, why am i naked?  That does not make sense for me or is it a bug?


You being naked was a bug that I forgot to take out woops.


This was not the happy experience I was expecting! Way to twist my expectations! Already went through another time to try and figure out the code (I haven't). A short, intriguing romp, definitely want to find out what the hell is going on, so I hope you keep at this!


Thanks! A hint to get the code is be sure to explore everything, you never know what might have an interaction, or if you find the 4 easter eggs that will help you in the end 'remembering' the code.