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Thanks for playing it. :)

I just released a free Top Trumps style digital card battler game, featuring spirits & demons of the industrial age (supposedly).

Get a winning hand and these supernatural spectres will reveal your financial & spiritual destiny.

Thankyou :) 

Thanks. :) I like this description of it. :) 

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I'd totally missed that you created this version. This is great. I remember following your progress on the original Ghost Helper, so it's really interesting to see this version & recognising how you've translated parts of the original idea into this game. I think it works really well as a story that builds, the art is great, and I love those cut scenes & changes of look/feel too throughout. :) Fantastic.

Thanks nilexisto. :) 

I'm looking forward to seeing what you come up with once the jam's over. :) I also didn't get as far as I'd have liked to, but it's good to have the basics of games we can build on.

Great, Darren. I look forward to seeing how this develops. :)

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Hi. Thanks for making this tool. I really enjoyed how easy it was to use. :) I created a short digital comic, Bottle, with it.

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I'm working on a really short comic style point and click narrative game. I'm creating the graphics by collaging photos (mostly from & openclipart) and tweaking them into a comic style. I thought I'd share a couple here.

Original dolphin photo by Pixabay on

Original photo of shocked woman by Andrea Piacquadio on

I'd love to see what other have been working on. Add your screenshots to this thread if you want to share anything. :)

I really like this idea too. :)

Hi all. I'm Ash. I've been making small video games on and off since the mid 1980s. I also work in a University library in the UK doing techy stuff, and run the odd game making workshop every now and then. I do some coding, but am a fan of using game making tools that require no coding skills - things like Bitsy and Twine. 

I love the way you used Bitsy in this. And the comic art shots are especially effective. :)

Thanks for the great feedback :)

Hi. Thanks for the great feedback. So glad you enjoyed it. :) 

This is so cute. :)

I love how you used Bitsy for this great piece of storytelling. :)


Oh, I love this. :)

I'll also admit I was curious about how many different words you used for the character falling from a height... so I made them fall a lot. :D

How have I only just realised you'd released this? Such great storytelling and visual style. Fantastic. :)

Thank you for playing it. :) 

Thanks for the positive feedback. :) 

Thanks Ned. Glad you liked it. :)

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Thanks. So pleased you like it. :)

This is such an interesting use of Flickguy. :)

Thanks. Glad you liked it. :)

Thank you. :)

I've released another free small 3D Bitsy browser game, Sister Spring, Brother Winter- a retro style collecting & puzzle game based around winter folklore and the shift into spring. If you liked A Little Lost Moomin, why not give it a try?