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Thank YOU. Always be encouraged; you developed this game and you have great potential. I hope years from now you'll still be developing games and that each one will be better than the last. Hit me up with your future projects! Would love to play them. Thanks again man!
This game was an absolute gem. I got nostalgic playing it but I didn't really know why. I guess I just felt like I was reading a children's book, which says a lot about how well the setting was crafted. The music is absolutely dreamy, and it reminds me of some of the levels in Kirby games. It's just so happy! I would encourage you to keep making games of all kinds, but in genres like this as well. I think there are so many types of games out there, and while lots of popular games may involve fighting and racing and high speed action sequences, it's nice to remember that some gamers love experiences like this, where you can just listen to some calm, beautiful music and solve a few postal puzzles:) thanks again and keep up the good work!
Great voice acting btw! And one last thing I forgot I apologize to Alyssa for mispronouncing her last name (as well as any of you whose names I mispronounced, but hers I know I definitely did because I saw the "G" in game as a "C"). Thanks again!
Thanks Ti-Noir for developing this game! I had a bit of a mixed experience. I thought the initial key was a bit hard to find (I somehow managed to knock it off the table without noticing, and it took some time to find it because the room was not the best lit). I also thought that the chair in the hallway blocking the basement door did not need to be there, since the door is locked anyway and the chair just got in the way. But I enjoyed being able to interact with the environment. (Not sure if was supposed to be able to explore outside but I got a good laugh out of it!) The basement definitely amped up the game's urgency. The monster noise was unsettling and you did a great job at making the chase sequences fair but still heart-pounding. Thank you again!
I definitely recommend Philip Glass! He has such a wide range of emotions that he conveys masterfully through music. I'm no musician myself, but I just try to listen and appreciate what I think may be going on in the composer's head when they write a piece. As far as cinematic composers go, Dario Marianelli is a great talent (If you've never seen Pride and Prejudice, look up the piece, "A Postcard to Henry Purce.") Hope you enjoy!