Just so you know, There is a devkit keyboard built in so you can search. Anyway, nicely done!
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Well I didn't post anywhere, but you can! I found a subreddit, r/NESDEV, and there you can probably ask others. I would really like to help, but I am in no way capable of doing something like this.
The only thing I would have suggested was if you could play the same game but the graphics are changed to fit the "highschool" you're really in if you get all endings, like a secret mode. Completed it, thought it was cool, but once you finish it, no replayability.
I'll tell you the story of Jimmy Jet--
And you know what I tell you is true.
He loved to watch his TV set
Almost as much as you.
He watched all day, he watched all night
Till he grew pale and lean,
From 'The Early Show' to 'The Late Late Show'
And all the shows in between.
He watched till his eyes were frozen wide,
And his bottom grew into his chair.
And his chin turned into a tuning dial,
And antennae grew out of his hair.
And his brains turned into TV tubes,
And his face to a TV screen.
And two knobs saying 'vert.' and 'horiz.'
Grew where his ears had been.
And he grew a plug that looked like a tail
So we plugged in little Jim.
And now instead of him watching TV
We all sit around and watch him.
Jimmy Jet and his TV set
Written by Shel Silverstien
Maybe you can have a sandbox mode, instead of a dev mode. I found the dev mode by accident while figuring out the controls, and didn't notice it was on. I was later confused why I could just farm wood by placing wood debris. This is a fantastic game, and really hope that this becomes a full game someday! :)
Just played it, Thought it was very detailed. It really made me feel like I was that character. I liked the ending, how everything was disappearing, as if you were caring about less and less. I really hope you make more, but at the same time don't want you to look back into painful situations. If I were to be the Judge, you would be the winner. In my opinion, this is by far the best game in this jam, purely because of the storytelling. Adios, my friend.