This game is gorgeous and I can't believe it's your first game (but obviously not your first time animating)! I love that it's about cheering up friends. Most of the puzzles felt good, though on a couple I wasn't sure what I was supposed to do, so i clicked around a bunch and solved it without knowing how. Abstract puzzle design communication is HARD though and you've done a great job with it. This is a strong start and I look forward to seeing more!
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A charming little puzzle adventure :) The curse mechanic was cleverly used later on and I am always down for some gay ghost stories. I did feel a bit at odds with the player tho -- I would never help a real estate developer destroy a museum. Of course they're working with the cops
I appreciated several things and now I would like to appreciate more :3
Sometimes when I am depressed I make myself go on a walk and I turn it into a scavenger hunt to find Five Things I Like. It usually ends up being flowers and bugs, or sometimes little quirky objects that seem to tell a human story. This reminds me of that experience and I hope it encourages others to go on such walks.
A solid little platformer :) Satisfying movement, consistent style, and good progression. Simple but polished. I had a good time here! Cute graphics and music made the "i'm stuck" moments less frustrating.
This was really lovely. I found it so soothing to drift around looking for snacks and finding good lil buddies to help plant my gardens 💖
The framerate grinds to a halt on my phone after while or I could have kept exploring for much longer! I know it's a jam game, I'm not faulting you for that, just letting you know :)
Thank you and keep it up
This was a nice little reflection! What you said about wondering whether you'll still love the snow when it's not as picturesque kinda hit me. I think I subconsciously applied that question to some other areas of life when i read it...
good snowglobe ❤❤
You do a great job of communicating how the mind can wander during long maintenance tasks. I can definitely relate to that (well, not the snow part). The details you mention made me feel like I was reading a letter from an old friend that moved. I really liked this 💖
Wow, this was really cool. I really like how you've done this... I've never seen a bitsy game described as Interactive Fiction but that's totally what's going on. Great sensory details and concept too. I'm proud to be alongside you at Bar SK!
Adam, that means so much coming from you! Thank you. I made this at a time when I was having trouble doing anything, let alone finishing a project (okay, so maybe that time has not totally passed). Your tool made it possible for me to express that, and finishing something was a much needed boost after I had started and abandoned so many "chunks" of projects that were laying around, taunting me. I really appreciate Bitsy, and I have no choice but to take your words as encouragement and inspiration :)