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Entirely fucked up but only in the most beautiful and tragic way. Excellent writing with fascinating characters. 

This is really cool! I especially liked the love poem based on The Great Gatsby. 
Are the poems written by you and the user input is selecting them, or are they generated? Either way they're great so nice work!

Ahh I love this! 

Haha yes. Glad to see the themes that are coming through are universal and not just my own feelings remixed via computer. 

This is so much fun! 
Trying to discover all the different combinations is great, and the cheeky wee bits like starting with 'No' were really funny.

Thanks for making this! 

Loved the video! Thanks for playing!

Thankyou for playing!

I'm glad you enjoyed them! I think you must have managed to download the game when I accidently set it to live - congrats on getting an early copy haha! 

The demo was fantastic! 

Loved the amount of lore that reading the books provided and having to use what you learned in the for the interrogation, in conjunction with keeping aware of time was really great. Really good puzzle design! 

Really looking forward to the full release. 

I've featured this on my showcase on my own itch page since I enjoyed it. If you'd rather I didn't have it here, just let me know. :) 

Hi Metaparadox! Thanks for your interest. I've uploaded a mac version but as I don't have any mac hardware, there's no guaranteeing its bug free. 
Give it a go and let me know if it works! 

Just played this on stream with a couple of folks and had a blast! Thanks a lot. Big fan of Danganrompa like games and this is a really nice homage to the genre (I liked the callout to it too!).

Despite having a wide cast the characters all stand out as individuals and I'm looking forward to getting to know them all in future releases. 

That cliffhanger at the end! Ahh! We'll be waiting for the next release haha.   

This was excellent!
Gameplay felt very Ace Attorney like, which is excellent, I need more of that in my life. :P 
The characters were likable and the atmosphere was very cool - those rain effects! 

I've added this to the showcase area on my itch page - https://amesyflo.itch.io/.
If you'd rather it wasn't feautred just let me know and I'll take it down. :) 

Thanks for playing! Great to see Let's Plays of the game. 🥰

Haha yup...she's gonna feature more in the future. Very interesting speculations you had on what their past relationship might be 😉

thanks for playing! Really glad you liked it and stuck around for all the endings 😊

This was a really interesting game! Liked that due to some story elements we couldn't really use knowledge from prior playthroughs which is a different take for visual novels. 

This was so much fun! I tried the demo and bought the game straight away after playing it. The self-aware humour is really well done. 

I'm adding this to my show case on my itch page, if you'd rather I didn't just let me know and I'll take it down. :)

This was great! I really love your art and color scheme. The UI for the messaging was also super cool! 

Hazel and Kierra's designs were fantastic. 
I did feel like I might be a bit old for the humor though!! 

I've added to my show case on my itch page, if you'd rather it wasn't there just let me know :) 

"Okay, well if you want to kill me, I'm in study room 3 in the library." 

This was fantastic! Love a good spooky tech story. You walked the line between comedy and horror really well. 

I've put this in my show case on my itch page, if you'd rather I didn't just let me know and I'll take it down. :) 

This was great! Really captures that WarioWare feel.

This was a lovely game. The art style is unique and charming and I felt really drawn into the story. 

Also, after reading a certain file, I hope isolation is treating you okay and you can see your new friends soon. :) 

Oh wow, really happy you liked it enough to get all endings! 3 does seem to be a tricky one, not many folk have gotten it! Next time I include an ending like that I might make it a little less specific to find. 

Thanks for playing! Glad you enjoyed it. Which ending did you get?

Really impressed with the size and scope of this as a NaNo game! 

Just played through with a couple of friends on stream and had a great time.

We really liked how you played with tropes to create a story that was unique but fit into the genre and didn't take itself too seriously. 

Overall really enjoyed this! :) 

I'm glad you enjoyed it!

Haha, that's great. I really enjoyed writing Eileen, I think I channelled my real life friends into her.

I just wanted to write a character I can relate to - high school drama gets a bit silly feeling sometimes. 

I was concerned about them being too easy so that's great to hear! 

Thanks for playing! 

This was great! Your artwork is fantastic and the story was really funny, in a twisted way! Really liked the UI as well. 

This was fantastic! 
Your outfit system is really cool and a nice take on visual novel puzzles. 
I'd love to see a longer version of the game or something with similar mechanics if you're planning on working on anything post nano. :) 

Nice! Haha! That seems to be the most popular ending so far.
That looks really interesting, but coming off the back of one game jam straight into another probably isn't good for my sanity! Let me know if you run it again though. :) 

Wow, thank you for the detailed feedback! I'd just finished reading a book on the basics of Jung before this, but I hadn't actually realised how much of it had seeped into the story!

I've got a build on the way with some spelling/grammar corrections, so I'll pop that one in, thanks for finding it. :) 

Which ending(s) did you get? 

Glad you enjoyed it! Thanks for the kind words :) 

This was great! Delivered the message really nicely through mechanics. Looks and sounds fantastic.  

This was lovely! Well made and really got inside the head of the narrator.