Another banger! Great work, keep it up!
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I downloaded the pc version and it gave me an error I've never seen before when trying to run it:
File "C:\Users\[Name]\Desktop\[Folder]\HeartsBlight-1.0-pc\renpy\bootstrap.py", line 306, in bootstrap
File "C:\Users\[Name]\Desktop\[Folder]\HeartsBlight-1.0-pc\renpy\main.py", line 357, in main
renpy.game.script.load_script() # sets renpy.game.script.
File "C:\Users\[Name]\Desktop\[Folder]\HeartsBlight-1.0-pc\renpy\script.py", line 266, in load_script
self.load_appropriate_file(".rpyc", ".rpy", dir, fn, initcode)
File "C:\Users\[Name]\Desktop\[Folder]\HeartsBlight-1.0-pc\renpy\script.py", line 671, in load_appropriate_file
raise Exception("Could not load from archive %s." % (lastfn,))
Exception: Could not load from archive bg_layered.rpyc.
I'm curious if there's anything else you can do in the intro, after finishing the game once I'm running around in the garden area looking for some other thing I can do with the "flower." It'd be a great bonus addition to add later on in the bigger project, if not!
Your game is as great as always! The art is lovely and it was a unique way of telling Cyrus' story. I love Rutaboo, he reminds me of Papyrus. He's very cute. Era is my other favorite :)
F A N T A S T I C W O R K, H U M A N!
This was wonderful! I love the concept and execution (lol) of this. The art is really unique as well; the artist has a fantastic style. The fact that you made this in a month is also amazing, I'd love to see what you could do with a longer deadline.
You can! So, like, there's an entire "Confront" button that I and some of my friends missed out on our first few attempts. Once you gather all the evidence you can find and talk to everyone about all topics, you can hit the Confront button to move on to the next segment. Eventually you will discover those weapons.
I can't figure it out and it's driving me nuts that I have to start all over every time I fail ahhhhhhh
edit: once i realized that there was an entire confront button that advanced the game it became a lot easier to figure out
edit edit: BUT then i got stuck after my 4th confront and it reset my progress :(
I really like the ideas behind this game but I must say it's frustrating to see EVNs go even further and further away technologically. It had a cute story and everything but sacrificed basic functionality of VNs: skipping only one line at a time, no text speed options, and even worse, only being able to advance the text by clicking one button.
It's been an annoying trend for people to make VNs in Unity without programming the basics we already get from Ren'Py. I apologize if I'm coming across as too harsh but I'm beginning to find that with the advancement of technology, there is no excuse for lacking the very basics of a VN.
Purchased Yousei the second I saw it on here! I saw it came with a steam key, and was curious if the other two did as well. I purchased them awhile back, but would love to have the trilogy in my steam library. Thanks!
I don't want to post spoilers in the comment section, but I have been trying to do something for an hour and I am utterly stuck. Is there a way I can email you or contact you on twitter so I don't spoil others?
I think it was just a glitch! I reinstalled it with the itch client and all of my saves were still there. Working my way through a second playthrough now after getting ending 10 I believe. Very nice game, it's fantastic so far.
So my laptop died at the exact moment Rupert approaches you in the hall and it SPOOKED THE HELL OUT OF ME! And then I turned my computer back on and the game was UNINSTALLED FROM THE ITCH CLIENT idk if that's part of the game or if that was just a REALLY WEIRD COINCIDENCE but oh my god it was spooky af
I see people struggling with the part AFTER the maze but honestly I couldn't get through the maze. I tried hugging the right wall a few times but always ended up back at the start. It seemed as I got further the walls and floor would look very blurry to me and i wasn't sure if that was intentional but after staring at it for awhile it was making me nauseous.
I really wish I could have played further, though!