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Hey, thanks so much for playing and secret hunting! I can't remember the exact number of signposts, but there's at least 6 to find. I don't have plans to release any updates right now, since this was an 8-hour game jam game, but if we work on it again I'll consider adding a map!
Looks really cool! The atmosphere was nice, but I think it'd work better with a smaller map with more detail. I liked what the sound was trying to do, but it should be toned down a bit since it became painful to listen to.
Sorry, not sure what the problem is here. Perhaps try downloading it from the browser page?
I'm not sure why your download manager marks it as forbidden. Are using a special downloader plugin or just the regular browser? Can you download other games from itch.io OK?
I know Windows SmartScreen sometimes marks itch.io games as untrusted since some aren't downloaded very often... could it be that?
Thanks, I'm really glad you like it! That's a bizarre bug with splitscreen issue you are describing. I haven't seen it myself, but the two player mode was a last minute addition so it's not well tested. I don't think I'll have time right now to investigate the issue, but it might also depend on if you're using a gamepad or not.
Very nice work! The atmosphere was done really well, especially the setup at the beginning. I feel like I don't typically get spooked by games like these anymore, but this one worked on me! [SPOILER COMMENTS AHEAD] I can see your inspiration from PT with the door trick. It might be improved with a less vague story- it might have been cool if you took some inspiration from The Babadook with regards to the (difficulty of) motherhood theme to give the game some more weight. For me, once the monster stealth / avoidance was introduced, I felt like the game got a lot less scary, since it somehow felt more familiar and video-gamey. It could have been cool to play with more of the environmental effects / scares, and make the antagonist less easy to visualize to leave more up to the imagination. Anyway, pretty awesome, high quality, stuff here!