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A jam submission

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Based on the cynical political work Goldilocks and the well known children's fairy tale, Machiavelli's The Prince.
Submitted by Ed Curtis-Sivess (@curtissivess) — 8 hours, 16 minutes before the deadline
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CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Most innovative use of the source material#34.5004.500
Staying true to the source material#83.8753.875

Ranked from 8 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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Love the voice over and graphics in this. I included it in part 2 of my Public Domain Jam 2 compilation video series, if you would like to check it out :)


This was surprisingly deep, considering the humorous tone of the writing. I really liked how many interactions and how varied each experience could be, and the reveal was excellent and unexpected. I think a narrator 'skip' button might help with playability, and I wonder if increasing the item count to three each time might work better in balancing the time explored versus narrative.

PS. The bear art around the house was rad ^^


Great game! I loved the clever humor and narration.


That's impressive! There's a Stanley Parable mood I really enjoy :)


I really liked it. I couldn't get the mouse to adjust as the speed I wanted, but it was so fun I could rather forget that. It reminded me of The Stanley Parable.


Really enjoyed the humour in this one. Very impressive work with the house, narration, and the ending reveal!


This is superb; I really enjoyed playing this. The dialogue just has so much charm and humor to it. The house is very nicely stylized, especially the paintings & extras scattered around (though, sometimes, when I clicked a green ball, I would see it in the distance, falling through the floor). I found it interesting how you put The Prince in there, but it worked really well, in my opinion. This game is just . . . wow. Wonderful work. Also, are you the narrator of the game?

(btw, I'm also in this jam, with my game HummingBird Haunting. Check it out? Feedback is always welcome: