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Greg Klein

A member registered Aug 25, 2014 · View creator page →

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I need to save for a college course now but ima save this for later :)

Thank you so much! I'm glad you enjoyed it :) 

A great use of the Leap Motion to show what's possible in VR. Seems like a game almost anyone could play without getting confused, yet also a game that's challenging and immersive.

No, I'm not in a game! I won the lottery, dammit!

No matter how much money I win, I can never avoid the asteroid.

That's a clever idea for a game with a 300 word limit. Also, as expected, I am a barely adequate friend.

Great work. The music matches the atmosphere well, and the thought of squeezing someone's heart or lungs until they died was pretty creepy as well.

Thank you for the feedback on my game.

I wish I could be a bodybuilding god after exercising once :(

Found a small typo:

"embarrassed wasking for change"

I really enjoyed this. There was a lot of detail and atmosphere given the 300 word limit.

Playing this reminded me of my roommate's cat in college. :)

It's nice to play a Twine game where the player gets to write something instead of reading someone else's writing.

Cute cat! :)

I can't figure out how to log in :(

10/10. Made me laugh.

As someone who suffers from bipolar disorder and social anxiety, I could relate to this a lot.The use of alternating text for the actions that caused anxiety was a clever way of showing the thoughts an anxious, depressed person typically thinks in those situations.

Love the art style! Will definitely check this out when I'm not on super crappy airport wifi.

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How did you manage to get that art so good that my eyes ejaculated tears when looking at the thumbnail for this game?

In all seriousness, would love to know what sort of scripts or methods you used to pull off that cel shaded effect.

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Awesome. I've been looking for an alternative from Unity and Twine. How does the support/ease of use compare to something like HaxeFlixel or Canvas?

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I wish I had known this was on so you would have received a bigget cut of the sale. Oh well, I am loving the game so far and it has inspired me to finish a documentary I started about local video game developers as well as a Twine game about my experiences living with bipolar disorder.

The video game industry needs more voices like yours, but it's encouraging to see you have the courage and passion to express what you want to say freely despite the possibilty of backlash.