Thank you so much for your kind review ebi! <3
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Hi! I'm not sure how interested you are in visual novels, but I recently released a solo developed VN called Lamprey and if you're interested, I'd love to hear your thoughts. It's a sci-fi visual novel about four coworkers who become trapped together after a mishap with an experimental AI. I developed it for the SuNoFes game jam, where it's been one of the most popular and highest rated entries. It only takes about 60-90 minutes to play through - give it a try!
Hi there! You might enjoy my recently released visual novel, Lamprey. It's a short sci-fi VN about four coworkers who become trapped together after a mishap with an experimental AI. I developed Lamprey solo and released it for the SuNoFes jam, where it's been one of the most popular and highly rated entries.
Lamprey is available for Mac and PC and takes 60-90 minutes to play through. If you decide to check it out, I hope you enjoy!
I'm extremely proud to release my first solo developed full length game, Lamprey! https://cross-couloir.itch.io/lamprey
Fang couldn't be happier about her new job at the prestigious tech startup Riverstone, Inc. When she starts on her new team, building a revolutionary workplace assistant AI called Lamprey, she jumps into her work head-first.
However, it's not long before things start going wrong, with a software bug causing Lamprey to trap the team in their office. Will Fang and her co-workers be able to escape a prison of their own making?
- 10k+ words (approx. 1 hr playtime)
- Optional interactive terminal minigame
- Full original soundtrack
- Content warnings: death, mental illness, alcohol
Thanks for letting me know. I might just make the game free with donations until the full build comes out.
For what it's worth, this seems like it makes the "free demo" feature for paid games kinda not worth it as a pre-release promotional tool. My plan was to use my demo as a way to gather interest before the release, and I can still do that, but it's unfortunate that using the "free demo" feature won't really work for that.
My game Employee A is not showing in Itch browse or search results - it can only be seen by direct navigation. I have heard that sometimes it can take some time for games with a minimum price to be approved by an admin, but I have had free demo files available for 72 hours now and the status of the game's search indexing has not changed. I've emailed itch support over this several times with no response yet.
Will I just need to mark the game as free until the full non-demo builds of the game are ready? Do I need to mark the game as "released" even though only the demo is currently available?
Save yourself from a cutthroat company culture, abusive co-workers, and a bizarre murder charge in Employee A. Demo out now!
Employee A is a pixel art point-and-click adventure set in the heart of the modern-day high technology industry. Inspired by classic mystery game series like Ace Attorney and Zero Escape, Employee A will test your logic and deduction skills as you investigate. To escape conviction, you'll have to:
- Find clues to regain your memories and establish your alibi
- Break through the selfishness and indifference of your tech industry co-workers
- Desperately try to hold yourself together as the aftereffects of trauma bear down on you
It'll take everything you've got to save yourself from prison time and survive the sharp edges of the corporate world. Enjoy your time in sunny California!
Thank you for this wonderful feedback! I appreciate you pointing out the potential contrast problems with the text. We'll be sure to address this issue in a future update. Accessibility is important to us! :)