I love this game!! Hearing about the experiences of different people with their gender is so nice, and the way you wrote about nonbinary identity especially was very refreshing!
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I didn't include a function to swap between different outfits (because I was working in bitsy and I wasn't sure which hacks would help, and I wanted to release the game in time for the umby game jam). Its kind of implied that whichever color palette you are in reflects the tiefling's gender, and that the clothes in that room are what the tiefling wants to wear. So when you leave that room, it is assumed that you are wearing that palette's outfit.
The palettes, from the first room taking the right arrow onward are as follows:
Palette one - purple, violet, teal, outfit: button-up, skirt, scarf
Palette two - pink, salmon, blue, outfit: flannel, overalls, baseball cap
Palette three - green, orange, yellow, outfit: clashing flannel, vest, flashy shoes
Palette four - blue, magenta, purple, outfit: scarf, frilly skirt, heels
Palette five - pinkish-red, yellow, light blue, outfit: jean jacket, enamel pin, stylish boots
Palette six - purple, white, yellow, outfit: big coat, ripped jeans, punk boots
I'm sorry it's not more clear about which outfits you were wearing. I just wanted to make a game in the regular bitsy engine because I didn't want to hack this one for time constraints. Thanks for playing, and I hope this response helps!
They upload all of the runs on Twitch and YouTube as VODs. If you are ever interested in checking them out, that's a great place to start.
I finally got to attend one after watching them consistently for a few years, and it was super fun to see all the work that goes into running the event.
I really like this game a lot! The color palette is great and I love the dialogue for the cats.
I'm learning how to make games with bitsy, and I was wondering how you got the match item to affect the lantern sprite + add the cat sprite to the screen. I've been looking through tutorials and hacks and I can't seem to figure out how to do something similar.