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Cream City Media

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Thanks a lot! That's me 😁

Wish I had more time to work on the 2nd chapter of this game :'(

Thanks for playing :)

Maybe that's the point? I don't know, I made the thing and I'm confused too. Thanks for playing!

That was a great video. Thanks for playing the game!

Whoa, been too long since I checked in here. Thanks for playing!!

Once more the five holy custodians of Earth, imbued with elemental powers, must reunite to fight the forces of pollution, greed and destruction.

The battle will not be easy, as it was when they were young. They will face every difficulty in their struggle, but despite the hardships they cannot afford to fail.

This may be their last chance for redemption.

Gaia Man is the first in a duology of books, based loosely on a beloved children's cartoon show from the 90's: Captain Planet and the Planeteers. Gaia Man takes the general mythos of the series and spins it on its head, playing with more adult themes and situations. The book postulates that any group of magical children tasked with protecting the planet would inevitably find themselves labeled enemies of the status quo, and asks the question: what would they be willing to do to get the job done?

246 pages. 50,460 words. Free!

Glad you enjoyed it! Thanks for the video!

Among other things. The place certainly doesn't look well kept, does it? Thanks for playing!

I'm glad you liked it! Thanks for making a video :)

Ha! Won't take place in Milwaukee. It's a stealth horror game I've wanted to make for a long time. Just need to start getting up earlier again.

Most of my games secretly take place in Milwaukee. Although the next one looks like it won't. 

Ha! You're not the only one who made it out alive. My random algorithm is surprising me and watching it play out in the experiences of players is fascinating. I may decide to release a patch, but for now I'm having a good time watching people's reactions. Thanks for playing!

Thanks for giving it a shot!

Woot! Thanks for giving it a chance and thanks for the video! I'm glad you liked it :) Consider leaving a review!

Thanks for playing and for making a video! Glad you liked the game! If you feel like helping me out, consider rating it!

Thanks for playing, and for the video! That is definitely an interesting take! I modeled him after the female of the species of deep sea angler fish Melanocetus johnsonii. I've always been fascinated by the creatures of the abyss. For some reason it made sense to me for a predatory fish/woman/man hybrid to be able to survive in a huge subterranean bathroom. #logic

His movement is triggered when you enter a new room :)

I was inspired by the old game "Hunt the Wumpus" which I used to play on my old TI as a little kid. August can move randomly among a set number of rooms along the route to the exit. Whether or not he finds you is somewhat random, and there is no way of knowing ahead of time.

This is definitely one of those circumstances where a choice that was made to improve performance also ended up creating a nice, creepy atmosphere. Glad you noticed :)

Thanks for letting me know! It looks like it's fixed now!

Thanks for playing and for the video! Little hints as to The Plumber's back story are scattered throughout the maze, and more will be revealed in the 2 upcoming sequels. If you liked the game, please consider rating it.

Thank you for playing and for the video! Danke, Freund aus Deutschland :) if you had fun, please rate the game!

Thanks for playing and for the video! If you enjoyed it, a good rating would help a lot!

Thanks for the gameplay vid! Your comment posed twice for some reason so I ditched the second one.