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A topic by Remort Studios created Oct 01, 2020 Views: 449 Replies: 6
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If you are participating as part of a streamed show, please link your submissions here, up to 2 hours and 30 minutes! Videos longer than that will only have their first 2 hours and 30 minutes counted.

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I played the music themed submissions "Piece by Piece" and "Diabolus in Musica" in the first 2 hours and 30 minutes and tried to enhance the experience by bringing in my music knowledge as a music major. 👀


My playthrough of Fishy.

Hi! I decide to participate in the jam streaming competition! So for the stream submission I play Ann Heard Voices. Which turns out to be an unexpected comedy tragedy visual novel, good horror game, very amazing. The voice acting was good and the way they play with the transition and story building was amazing. But the most magnificent thing would probably how this game is a perfect example of a comedy-tragedy genre. Really love it.

I'm going to go ahead and put a few entries in. My first is for Best Monster Voice Performance. It's in my Fishy playthrough uploaded here with time stamp to the scene with the Oculopus, the entry of course is for the voice of the Oculopus itself.

The second and third entry I'd like to enter for are both in my Oh Terry! playthrough, for Best Human Voice Performance for Terry, as well as Best Live Performance for the overall stream which can be found here.

Disclaimer: though this was uploaded to Youtube after the fact, it was entirely performed and recorded live and has not been edited aside from edits to separate this game from the other games played that evening.

Tasty and I streamed for nearly 5 hours, but judges need only watch, of course, the permissible time frame for judging. That basically includes the first two of three games we streamed (Therapy with Dr. Albert Krueger, fishy, and What Grows in the Night).

We take on the roles of two awful creatures who are very blatant about why we suddenly care about human visual novel developers. Language warning. Hope you liked it.

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Here's my final stream for Spooktober!  It was hard to choose which stream to submit, so I just went with the most recent one. There's a couple of audio blips, but I think all of my streams have those (some day I'll figure everything out...). 

I streamed Halloween House Party (with a co-host). It was fun! You can check out the other streams I did on our YouTube channel.