It looks amazing! Well done.
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Inscryption just came out today and it's already one of my favourite games. I remember that I saw a youtuber playing the demo, and thought "wait... haven't I seen this before?" and instantly remembered Sacrifices Must Be Made! It was such a memorable little game and to see it grow like this is amazing.
The downloads don't seem to work. Is there any other site where I could download this game?
Edit: Nevermind, I made it! I only had to use Edge instead of Chrome.It was a great game! He's such a picky eater...
I loved this game, so fun and unique and ominous! I actually became really invested in the cards, so at times I almost forgot I was playing against a forest demon and was like "damn, nice move friend! Oh wait..."
(SPOILERS, PLAY BEFORE READING!)
Man I knew something was about to go down as soon as I noticed the fangs and the wooden stake. Amazing game though! Very unique and entertaining.
When I found SHALL, then AGAIN, I was like... Ok... Kind of ominous... The real "oh shit" moment was finding the RISE. I knew how this was gonna end then. I knew it... But I had no choice.
Hello! I'm really exited to try the new version. Unfortunately, it doesn't seem to work. When I get to the new Menu, I can't start the game. I've tried pressing enter and clicking on Start. It doesn't work for Options, for Tutorial or for Exit, either. The game also won't close with ESC or get smaller with F4, only the Windows key can close it. I'm not really sure what the issue could be...
EDIT: I have pressed Z and managed to start the game! Maybe I forgot to read some instructions. Sorry about that.
EDIT 2: I really love it! The onomatopeia are really well animated, very cartoony and it fits the style. The Tutorial was really well made, those eyes got me. It can't kill you but it definitely gives the player an idea of the horror they will experience during the actual game.
And of course, my favorite thing is that I can mess with her now. Time to do it until she kills me.
EDIT 3 (spoilers): Ok I know I've made a lot of edits but.. Oh, my god. I knew she was going to kill me if I kept turning on the TV but I was NOT expecting the witch to stop and look at the couch. I can't decide if it's scary or fucking hilarious, especially since she only kills you the NEXT time you do it.
Really loved this and the small similarities to Don't open your eyes, like the whole "I know everything about this place", the self-loathing, the visuals... Though, this had a lot more *action*, especially when you (spoilers) had to follow the radio's instructions with the First Sin going after you! I also really liked you had more endings this time. All in all they had their similarities but they were both really great in their own different ways and I am looking forward to more games!
This is an amazing game! The best one of Dark Crystal I've found yet! The atmosphere is so good, it's like you're really in the movie!
Tout est vraiment parfait, le design, la musique, l'histoire, le dialogue! Et le safety/danger meter est très original et va à merveille avec le jeu!
Et je dois dire que c'est très impressionant que ce soit tout dessiné à la main!
Afer playing the game a few times, I have concluded that it's great! Though I would like to make some suggestions in case you want to make it longer or make another one similar:
-I think it would be even scarier if the noises you made alerted the witch. We kind of see this with the music box and when you take the key from her bedroom, but there could be more. For example, running, jumping or droping a book while the witch is downstairs would make her run upstairs and quickly walk left and right.
-Not only would noise make her walk towards the player, but making noise while they are hiding from her while she is right next to them could also make the witch discover you.
-I think it would be really nice if you had to interact with things in order to be able to hide, instead of always having an obvious hiding place. For example, she would have to lift up the tablecloth of a table before hiding under it, or open and close a door to hide in a closet. The player would have to look around, think and guess which places could be a place to hide, as they hear the witch approaching.
-More weird animals like the snail. :D
-I think it would be cool if, when the girl hides in a closet, the game switched from third person POV to first person, so she can only see the witch from a small gap between the doors.
-If you make the game longer, I was thinking you could add more backstory, but I think you should keep making it subtle. For example, maybe at some point while you are hiding the witch sees herself in the mirror and cries, and you look at her from a small gap in the closet? I can see why you might not like it, since it could make her less scary.
That's all I can think of. Sorry for the long comment! I hope that if you see this you will find some of this interesting! :)