onion this is so beautiful. thank you
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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!
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!