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Thanks for playing and providing feedback!

I’ve updated it so that the two L triangles have dots on them which need to be lined up with the targets. Hopefully that makes it easier to figure out where they go.

the frequency with which these tiny puzzles are coming out is amazing. Really enjoying wrapping my head around this new world of sokoban!

did the same thing….

So good sir. Good to hear more beats from you <3

My goodness, that resource list is great! Thanks for sharing it with me. I look forward to future jam-packed goodness from you :3

I loved the use of choices in this game. The first choice to “get up” was great haha.

This story is a really good example of time travel and parallel worlds in sci-fi. I have trouble seeing how the two worlds are entwined, but I’m sure you understand. And, to be confused as a reader is one of the key elements of this kind of story, so good job in making my mind go “🤪.”

The use of color in this story was great. I also noticed that all of the people that we meet are students from this class. The story was grounded in our reality as Meiji University staff and students, so I’m sure that many other students will recognise the places you mentioned. The use of Meidai tea was hilarious, as were the sour sweets..!

I like how there are so many ways to get the “Game Over” screen in this story. It shows how easy it is for us humans to ruin everything. As @manonamora mentioned, the game reminds me of “Don’t Look Up.” If you have not seen this movie, I recommend that you watch it as it has similar themes to your story.

Well, this is absolutely incredible. All made in Twine? 🤯🤯🤯

As the teacher of this class, I’d love to learn even 10% of the tricks you have done with Twine here.

The story is great. Real “The Martian” or “Project Hail Mary” vibes throughout. The use of multimedia, choices, interface, etc. all absolutely spot on.

Thank you for considering entering our little game jam, and I hope to learn more from you in future episodes <3

– James

Wow! This game’s boss is……….. me?

We will be voting on games this Wednesday as a class, so yes, the voting period will be extended. Sorry for the delay in replying..!

Lol at Douleth, Grarry, and the rest of the town inhabitants 😆

Just got to the castle. This music is DOPE <3

Thanks for submitting! We’ll be rating soon!

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Likewise, thanks for the quick and detailed response. I really appreciate it.

I’m very much OK with people polishing their stories after the jam is finished, so go nuts!

Thanks again, friend!


Dear Jinx,

Thanks for the question. That sounds fine by me..!

/james puts jam-creator noob hat on

May I ask a question – is there a reason to not allow updates after the jam has ended?

Thanks for checking it out!

Solid game! I love the aesthetic and depth of strategy that is possible. <3

Absolutely wonderful. <3

Very unique..!

A very teensy game, even for Bitsy’s 8x8 standard. Very sweet and simple. I enjoyed this a lot.

I really liked the theme of this game. The colours were great, and the pawprints were a nice touch. I also liked how you animated the boy to turn the light out. That is a good use of sprites 👍

May I ask: did you make this game using this tool only?

I’m really impressed and would like to give it a go myself!

Wonderful story! I loved the art. The colours and the perspective were really unique. I’m not sure why everything was a ball, but it was certainly very interesting..! Such a hopeless ending though :(

Thank you for creating this.

Lovely palette and BGM <3

That’s an adorable bedtime routine. The sprites and graphics were wonderful, too :)

I liked the fact that you could go back through hell and out the other side. And, in doing so, the dialog had changed! I wasn’t able to find an “end” state though. Perhaps I missed something?

That was great! The colours were really good, and the story fits the theme perfectly. I like how you incorporated typical nightmares and dreams into the main characters waking day. They are clearly very creative in their thinking, so I really do wonder what dreams they will have at night. I hope they have good dreams :)

i like that you kept the tea in there 😉 🍵

What. on. earth. is. this? I’ve never seen bitsy in 3d before. It’s amazing! I loved the theme, the palette and the story. Really well executed (though I do not know what the meaning of the control room was… was it a metaphor for the SLEEPY BOI’s brain? 🤔)

Thank you for opening my eyes to the world of Bitsy 3D!

This is an interesting remix of the shooting game tutorial.

Thank you for playing. I’m glad to see you noticed the question speed change. I hope this game helped you to learn ひらがな :)

This game does not help you to learn programming.


Very interesting concept. I have never seen anything like this before..!

Thank you for trying. I have contacted this student multiple times…

Unfortunately, we can’t play this game…

What can I say? This is a perfect fit for this jam. Executed so well! <3

PARODY LEVEL MAX! I love how hard this shooter is. 👏

The music lining up with when the bullets fire is awesome.

This game utilizes the Nerdy Teachers platformer tutorial really well.

I’m impressed by this game too.

The random question generator is wonderful.