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A jam submission

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A toast to the finest death.
Submitted by Fox Witch Games — 2 days, 4 hours before the deadline
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CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Host's Choice#1n/an/a
Best Game#33.7003.700
Scariest Game#73.3003.300

Ranked from 10 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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I surely like the visuals and the collection of audio put into the game. One of the endings I got was "Hell", and the description definitely fits.

To me the writing was not convincing all the time as there were passages that I felt were conflicting with each other. For example in the Hell ending, Klaus says he feels "nothing", but then he continues to look for people and is lost, which for me is quite the opposite of feeling nothing. Also I don't get completely if there are two Albriks or just one. I guess the latter, but the sections about him you get after you select your first answer but before talking to Death again and the one after talking to Death seemed like Klaus was referring to two different persons. The theme of guilt, remorse, regret and judgement upon death is transported well by the writing nonetheless.

However, I don't agree at all with the way my fellow kindred is portrayed. *caw caw*

I've got a few more to play yet, but I think this one's my favourite so far! The writing was excellent, the length was perfect, the concept was interesting, it was creepy, and it looked good to boot.


Alrighty, so first off the background and sprites were made so beautifully and the music was also amazing. I think that the music measures pausing and switching would of been better when Death shows up just to drive in the fact that Death was there in the setting. I feel like Death should not of been introduced in as he was mainly because suicide is something no one is to blame for and his involvement feels more so put in as an eerie factor. I do love the way the era feels in with the speech and the tone, again the style is on point for that art deco period. It kind of made me feel like I was reading a nice short story that could fluctuate about a man ridden with guilt or one with no care for anyone else, the limbo ending was my favorite, nicely done <3