Really refreshing to see new ideas instead of the usual crap. Ace of a game!
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Good, typographically sound "write your own story" — in this case, map — game. I found it cosier than other similar games in the jam because it is lighter and lets you draw instead of write.
Whimsical, fun, what is not to like about this? Loved the mixture of actions and puzzles — pushing corpses to their graves was satisfying.
Each screen is a self contained minigame, objectives are clear, danger is intermittently present — saving now and then recommended.
I liked this one because:
- cosy storytelling (storywriting rather: drafting a 15-words message is more difficult than it seems)
2p gaming (and creating a small word telegram after telegram) seems doable — and fun — too.
Excellent use of the medium (cutting, «stenciling») and way clearer rules than ½ of the jam submission. No frill and seems to be fun (need to meet a friend when quarantine is over to judge that :P). Good job!
Interesting idea. I appreciate:
- that is it single player (many other jam games are not, difficult to rate those);
- that there is some kind of backstory that adds to the immersion.
The actual crosswords were nice to solve and the «hints» all around the letter spectacularly done! Good job!
Finally finished: good retro-styled scary text adventure, with everything like back in the days (a minimalistic parser and buzzer sounds too!).
Descriptions are simple and effective, the mansion easy to navigate and puzzles logical if a bit simple. There are a few things I have disliked (see: limited inventory, which forces backtracking — and this is a time limited game!), but all in all a solid production, hope to see more from the author.