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Gabe Swarr

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Thanks so much! I’m so happy to hear that you enjoyed it. Maybe some day your dream of more levels will  come true… :)

I've been loving the game! I loved the NES demo... :D

All set! :D Sorry about that.

Update: it works if you use Chrome to sideload it, but other methods won't work for me.

The game won't sideload. I tried both versions by upload and also through the simulator. I keep getting this message when trying to run 10 in the simulator: no such function 'update' Please help!

When you reloaded the game, did it save your progress? On the tile screen select “continue” and you should be on a screen that accesses every level.  

Thanks so much! I’ll look into this. Were you playing on a Playdate? I still haven’t received mine yet, so it might take a while to replicate the bug… :(

Thanks so much! I agree, this platform is perfect for fun little simple games. 

Thanks for the note, I'll have to look in to what you are talking about.

Bub-O Collect is a new action puzzler for the Playdate! Blow your bubble to bounce, collect flowers and escape all 15 levels. Push acorns and avoid the burs to find secrets and unlockables! Please download today and tell me what you think!

Wow! Thanks so much.

No problem! I made this game with Pulp. I’m just starting to learn the SDK… slowly… :)

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Think of yourself as the bubble… :)

Aw, thank you so much! I'm so happy you liked it. It's completely based on real life events. This is how I used to feel as a kid trapped inside when it rained. I'm glad that the same feeling came across to you as you played. 

I do like all of your feedback as well. I do have ideas for a second game in this series, but I'm currently busy working on another game at the moment. It's more action and less story based.

I'm really delighted to hear that you had fun finding all the secret missions and really unlocked the full game. I love playing and making games that reward you for putting in that extra effort, plus the last game you unlock is a ton of fun! Did you beat that one as well? There's a prize waiting for you if you do...

If you did like the characters, setting, and general feel of this game, I can recommend the webcomic and cartoon series I created by the same name. If you are interested check out this site:

I'll let you know when I finish my next game so you can check that one out as well.

Thanks for playing and for taking the time to write such a heartfelt review!

Love this! This run cycle- great!

Thank you for the positive feedback and review. I'm glad you enjoyed it! I'm also glad to hear that the play through was an hour! That's perfect, it's exactly what I was aiming for. If you want to see more Life In The Analog Age you can go here or here. Thanks again!

Aw, thanks so much! I'm so glad you liked it and it worked out.

Amazing work! More please.

Loved it!

Loving how weird this game is! Keep up the great work!

Thanks so much! So glad you enjoyed it.

So strange. I’ll try and replicate the bug. It sounds to me that you were forced into what I named the limbo state. It’s after you beat the game but still need to find the secret missions. Thanks for the info! Sorry it keeps doing this. Are you trying for the 100%? FYI, you don’t need the Dad in the living room to do the TV Guide mission.

You can now completely bypass the game if you are stuck. Just talk to your little brother twice.

Thank you so much! I’m glad you enjoyed it! 

I’m so glad you enjoyed playing! Thank you so much for the kind words! 

It’s strange that it got stuck on the menu, I’ve never heard of that. It does save when you play in browser. 

If you get up to that point again and you can’t find the TV Guide, just just need to look in the second place in the house that most TV Guides were probably read :)

I hope you enjoy Life In The Analog Age! A good place to start are the web cartoons on YouTube.

Love it! Man, that music is killer!

Thanks so much!

Oh! Thanks so much, I’ll fix that!

You just need to talk the the brother and thr mom :)

Aw, thanks so much.  Glad you enjoyed it!

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Thanks so much! Yes it is. I found if you just keep hammering the button, it decreases the chances of getting fired upon. I hope that helps! :D

Can you survive one rainy afternoon trapped indoors in 1984? No cell phones... no Gameboys... no INTERNET?!