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As soon as I saw this jam, the very first thing that came to my mind was Tux Paint, a Paint-like program I fondly remember from the primary school computer room. Though I feel it's ~aesthetic~ is a perfect fit for this jam's theming (see what I have so far of MINDSALAD below for examples), I'm not too confident it technically qualifies. I have two main inquiries:

1: Is the use of any "non-serious" art software valid for this jam?
2: If #1 is true, do Tux Paint's stamps in particular violate the no outside media rule? They are part of the program, but do feel like outside media, and are provided as a separate download.


10/10, my hand hurts

You use the arrow keys to navigate, and Z to select. I'll add that to the description.

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Got the vampire card on the first turn 3 times on the last level, and had all of my progress wiped. Lives systems were created for arcade games to extort their players for cash, and they should have died long ago.

Please do tell, I have absolutely no interest in slamming my head against this wall anymore.

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I was really enjoying this game, up until the mountain level. I don't know if I'm just being stupid or what, but there just aren't ever enough trees to create all the flower fields required.

Got this in the bundle, and it was delightful the whole way through, especially the pixel art. I did notice two minor mistakes, though (I'll give monster numbers to avoid spoilers):

- No. 19 has a black bar behind its title
- No. 71 has two consecutive "a"s in this sentence; "It sprays a a hallucinogenic gas..."

These didn't detract from the experience at all, though. My favourites were No. 27, 31, and 59. I'd love to see more fake strategy guides in the future.

You'll also swallow all the wasps ;)