Gave it a shot
Glad you found it interesting enough to give it a go, sorry that you fell through the level lol... you are awesome for the posting the playthrough :3 I enjoyed the vid a ton, thanks for that :3
I am happy you played as much as you did, and actually read through the dialogue, lol not my favorite part of the vid; I am not crazy about the direction I took the game in really.
again, sorry it pretty much broke on you, but glad you gave it the attention you did. I really appreciate that :3 it really does help me learn and grow as a developer :)
Did it break? I had no idea. I totally thought that was just what was supposed to happen based on the narrative leading to that moment.
I mean hell, if that's the case, I'd be glad to give it a second go round and actually review the whole game. I have your game An Evening Alone in my queue as well and I'll probably be giving it a play in the next couple of weeks or so. I actually do really appreciate the artistic direction of your works, from what I have seen so far.
Let me know if you have any other examples that you think show your talents well and I'd be happy to review them. If you want to be kept up to date today, I post videos nearly every day on my channel as well and give previews to each review I'll be doing next in the proceeding videos as well. A subbie or following me on Twitter would let you know when I get to both of those reviews, if it pleases you.
Cheers mate, have a good evening!
Hey Michael, I had just made an attempt to do a play through of An Evening Alone and was super confused on how to play. Will attempt again soon, but I happened to notice both that game and Imaginary were cancelled projects. I was wanting to know what you thought would be the single best piece for me to pick up, play and review. I've made my videos a lot more focused on being critical (fair though, and not mean) and I know you had mentioned that you appreciate the criticism as well. If you'd prefer to hmu on Twitter btw, you can find me @DannyVNCR.
lol that's a pretty tough pick... they both have issues lol. Imaginary is more of a slog to play through if your not up for the visual novel type of game... and an evening alone is missing a lot; from story text, to audio... but is more of a game. I have no idea lol to be honest. I guess imaginary, it's complete with more direction than the other. Thanks again for taking an interest again bt 👍👍 it's really appreciated 🤗
I noticed you have a small handful of things posted on your page, I was wondering if you thought any of those might particularly be a better example. Or conversely, if you have anything in the works that you may want me to review as well.