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A jam submission

cloudy with a chance of donutsView game page

Submitted by kaelynmauve — 1 day, 19 hours before the deadline
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Use of the Limitation#393.2143.214

Ranked from 14 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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Kaelyn Mauve

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Hey, this was really nice! I loved the ambient sounds and the story was great! One thing that I think would be better is some way to immerse the player more, because only watching clouds go by is a little on the plain side. But regardless, it was a fun story!


Glad you enjoyed playing & thank you for the feedback! :) Yup, I do agree I should've increased player involvement - received a similar comment from someone else too haha


Nice story. 

The only thing that will lacks in this game is better visuals.

But i really like this story


Hahaha yeah I agree about the visuals! Am trying to work on my pixel art skills (as you can see it's not the best oops xD) But thank you for stopping by to play :)


Very original and sad story, don't expect action but touching twist, love it


Thank you!! Glad you enjoyed it :)


Didn't undestarnd how to play



Ohno, really sorry about that >< Just press the down arrow key & the game will progress!


It is a nice story and i love how you do not see what is happening. By only seeing the clouds (staring into the sky)  and text you are making a connection between them, thus it is clear that your character is reliving their past without you ever having to explicitly say " HEY YOU, LISTEN! HE IS NOT REALLY TALKING TO SOMEBODY". Ironically, this is a perfect example for "show, don`t tell".

The only thing that I am missing is some sort of player input. It is totally fine to have just one ending and for you not to be able to die/lose, but yet i feel like some sort of interaction would be nice. 

In this scenario, for example:  the player needs to push the clouds away, so they get the next message.


Oh my, that's a great idea there!! I can't believe I didn't think of that sooner, thank you for suggesting this :D Am glad you enjoyed the story & thanks so much for playing!


So unique and beautiful! I love the story and how it just fit the theme so elegantly! Great job!


Thank you so much for playing & for the encouraging words! Really means a lot to me :)