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After over 40 releases, I'm taking a little rest. 😅
If you want to take a look at what came after (or even before) "Quit the game to win", please, be my guest:
(games are are in reverse order of release, so most recent on top, oldest at the bottom)
Thank you for the video! 👍
And yes, of course, if you manage to complete the report with the correct answers, a true ending will appear to clear things up a bit.
I think there's a video right below this comment where the correct options are picked. So, if you need a hint, feel free to check it out. 😉
I deeply enjoyed your playthrough and I really want to thank you for your closing remarks. They made a "one-man-dev" feel very proud of his work. 😊
Even if there are many games to try if you like my style ( https://approductions.itch.io ), I believe you'll especially enjoy playing another game of mine, "Sleepthrough", since it shares many common features with "Sealess mother", but it sports a longer and more refined experience: https://approductions.itch.io/sleepthrough
Thanks again and bye! 👋
The windiest horror story.
This is the windiest horror story since the day you were born under the fate of this terrible nightmare we call life.
Entry for the #WeeklyGameJam - Week 81
Thank you for the video! 👍
It always really means a lot to me when people play one of my games and then decide to try the other ones too.
I hope you'll enjoy "Sealess Mother" as much as any other game on this page you'll feel like trying:
In particular, if you like the kind of experience "Quit the game to win" and "Sealess Mother" offer ("short-and-deep"), I would suggest you to take a look at the following titles:
Instead, if your up for something longer you could try games like "Sleepthrough", "Our place", and "Damascus current".
Hope I didn't sound like a car salesman... 😊
Thanks again and see you soon! 👋
Thanks for the video! 👍
Also, remember that more than your in-game choices (which are hints to better understand the story, in fact there's a secret hidden in one of them that might require some additional research) finding all the needed informations to correctly answer the "Post-probe report" is fundamental to get the "real" ending.
All the elements required are right there, scattered throughout the whole game, so getting them is not a too difficult task. 😉
I'm glad you enjoyed "Sealess Mother", and if you like weird experiences where nothing is what it seems, then you can't miss N.I.N.E. ("No Instructions - No Explanations").
An almost entirely text-less experience... and maybe one of the most obscure games I've ever released.
It might still top out your "weirdness" expectations. 😊
And yes, sometimes I like to take a break from bigger productions by creating these kinds of experimental "art-like" experiences... so I'm glad you liked it!
For longer (and proper) "games" I suggest you to take a look at some of my other works, like:
- In memory of the eternity
- our place
- on the balcony
- Damascus Current
But even shorter experiences as The hair in the wall, Widemare, That spongy thing on your tongue, Five minutes a day, Look at me, and Sealess Mother deserve to be played by those who like to feel some quick "aha" moments, while drowning in endless oceans of weirdness and dark surrealism. 😉
Don't worry, I'm sure you'll eventually find some time to enjoy my new games.
You don't have to feel forced on making videos about them.
I hope things will soon get better for you.
If not youtube, maybe it'll be something else. 😉
Thanks for your kind words and happy new year! 👍😊
ONE SINGLE DOT
AWAY FROM THE STRESS
AWAY FROM THE CHAOS
AWAY FROM THE NOISE
What people say:
I've never felt so satisfied. - Markus Robsons
The pleasure of a blissful timing. - Hernand McCallister
It takes your heart away. - Sandra Bedminkel
The music is filled with beauty and touching sounds. - Mildred Cobecut
The DVD bouncing logo is the real killer feature. - Scott Fabelstein