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The idea was that no matter how much you click you'll never be able to select the person other people want you to be. That person becomes distorted the more you try and the hope is that you realize you should be trying to become the person you want to be, not who others want you to become.

Thank you so much for playing! I'm glad your students found it interesting. What kind of class are you teaching?

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Try holding "C" for a bit when that happens :)

So glad you enjoyed it! I like putting on a lofi playlist in the background while playing it or working on it. Give that a shot!!

Thank you! :)

https://antontesh.itch.io/gourmelee

This was such an interesting concept! Nice job!

Are you kidding me??? The story, art, and music in this all come together insanely well. This is one of the best short narrative games I've ever played. Yall are incredible!

The controls are a little tricky but it's SO GOOD!! The music, sounds, art, and feel are fantastic.

Everything is fantastic. The art is fluid and cute. The way the walls fade and everything gets darker as you go deeper. The difficulty, the animations, the sound. It's all incredible! Nice job executing on something so polished

I get some Hypnospace Outlaw vibes from this!

The viiiibes and moooood are fantastic!

Deep questions and facts

The pokemon snap reference is fantastic. There's so much style here and the game feels really tight!

Tomorrow night!

Love the Pokemon reference and the aesthetic! Nice job pulling such a tight game loop together!

Thank you :) I'm doing well now!
I hope your students like it, let me know how it goes!

What an incredible experience in such a small package. Everything worked together to create a bitter sweet mood. Hope you're well :)

This is the purgatory all the poked eyes go to once the game is over

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https://antontesh.itch.io/gourmelee

I'm absolutely in love with the aesthetic and sound in this game. Yall nailed it perfectly!

I think it should!

Yes this version works on Windows and you can use Xbox 360 controllers!

Thanks so much! I actually replayed it and felt the same way about the enter key. The reason I did it initially is because I didn't want it to get accidentally skipped as people step through.

I'm always in awe at how you can present a really cool mechanic so well in such a small package!

I'm really glad you had fun! I loved watching you both play it 😁

I'm so glad to hear it! Thanks for the support 😁

:) thanks!

Sorry I'm not planning on doing any more work on this game

There is a link to download the game above the comments section.

Thanks! Can't wait to see it :)

I really liked this. Reminded me of summers in high school and college. Really miss the free time I used to have in those days.

Absolutely beautiful. I share a lot of the same feelings you do and it's really nice to hear I'm not alone. Thank you so much for making this.

The music was hauntingly beautiful. I totally understand what it's like to not want to leave the comfort of your home. At least, that's partially what I felt this was about. Really liked that your actions affected the music (from what I could tell). That's something I want to explore in the future. Nice work!

Thanks Sean! The audio did what it was supposed to then :)

Hahaha graphics quality "BAD" was pretty great :) I LOVED the music around some of the shrines

This was really interesting overall. I don't know if I fully understood it but it made me feel like I was sorting through brain artifacts to piece together memories. What did each of the shrines represent? Wasn't sure what the artifact for "lull" was either. Really dug the aesthetic you had going on in this!

Couple of my favorite journeys:

  • Held sleep for exactly as long as needed and exited right after releasing.
  • Slept forever and left well rested. The timer started doing funky things and I thought that was pretty cool.

I really liked that random people got on and off at each stop too. Nice game!

No I think it's controller only, sorry.