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Thank you! I'm excited to try this and PUM!

thank you so much! there's beautiful variety here.

fantastic! adding to the wish list :)

I've loved your works for a while now! Somehow this sounds like it would have fit in back in the day, but it's not necessarily derivative? Not sure how to explain it, but the ambience is *chef's kiss*

finally got around to playing this! dang but it's got that easy-to-learn, hard-to-master vibe. Great job of just getting the game started at the beginning without too much fluff--I struggle with that in my designs, haha. Love the color palette too. <3

I normally don't post anything till I've played it all the way through, but since I don't have time to finish just yet--wow, great use of Twine! The art style is KILLER and the sound is a nice touch. Can't wait to finish later.


Ooh, I love that it sounds both natural and unnatural at the same time. First track was both relaxing and creepy simultaneously haha.

Thanks so much!

Just click on the button and it'll take you to the game page. You can play in browser! I last looked at it about a month ago and it was still kicking.

I wanted to thank you for posting such a professional PDF and a great contribution to the solo community! I've been learning Calypso while applying it to some World of Darkness solo hacks. Do you have any Let's Plays as examples/fun reading? Thank in advance.

I love, love, love this layout. This already looks like the true embodiment of Cowboy Bebop TTRPG, even more than the official one they're releasing later this year! Categorizing 'Blues' with Troubles and Experience was a nice touch, and I love that the idea of merits/assets being called Gambits. If only I could find a troupe to play this kinda game with! If there's an official DIscord lemme in~!

It might be easy to pass up on this one, till you realize everything you need is right here. The real genius is the Pacing moves: you don't see them very often. I didn't realize I was looking for this in my quest to stop being a bookkeeper and start being a solo storyteller, but I'm looking forward to using this with the UNE NPC emulator. <3

This feels like it goes hand-in-hand with the original source material! Cool way to add some thematic depth to the game. Great layout to boot!

Awesome! Super excited to see winners.

I know they mentioned the second half of January, so just checking in if it'll be updated on this page, or over on their official website? Thanks in advance!

A very belated thank you!

You're doing the Lord's work. ;-)

This project is just incredible--keep up the great work!

I can really see a niche developing for these sorts of games: restorative, warm, simple. I'd love to see a full release with a story and Easter Eggs and hidden achievements. Excellent work.

I've played through about 10, I think! I want to make sure that when I play them I can leave a review, so it's slow goings!

Thank you for taking the time to play and comment! What I love about the IP is that they always leave us a "maybe" to several interesting questions, like the one you're referring to. I'd love to see that topic explored more in the Fifth Edition books.

Thanks so much for playing! Mostly your Clan chapter and the fourth chapter change. There are 3 variations of the ending, but I didn't have time to add as much variety as I'd like. It's cool to hear which clans folks play as. :)

I've been looking at your various projects--I love the soft, playful vibe they all have going on. Can't wait to see what you make next!

This is perfect--my original vision for the Winter Jam was literally a walk in the park. Thank you!

Thanks so much, glad you enjoyed!

Hey, gave it a whirl! I wasn't able to get past the first fight after the detective died (it seems when characters' health reaches 0, it still keeps them in the fight rotation), but the story setup, character artwork, and movement system were all unique. I always appreciate a Giovanni reference.

" opposed to me, dead only in halves."

A great take on the Thinblood perspective. I love all these jam entries based in specific locales--this felt lived in, no pun intended.

Excellent production values over all--even down to this download page! I liked the clean look of everything. I ended up picking Tamas, but William was very intriguing. Liked the whisper effect you gave him. Really, not enough good things can be said about such a high-quality game made in such a short period of time. 

A vampire therapist--now that has all sorts of plot possibilities! Loved the art on this one, down to the UI being just slightly different from the norm (I really prefer the smaller, offset textboxes as opposed to the typical bottom-of-the-screen UI you see in most visual novels). I liked that there was a pause effect after each choice, and the sound design was a nice touch.  The wide-screen effect and cinematic lighting was icing on the cake.

Thanks for the kind words! (The template was based on the visual novel template by Sun Labyrinth. I didn't use nearly the bells and whistles, but I'll update my game page to reflect her initial groundwork).

This type of game would actually be perfect for the Masquerade IP. I loved discovering the different vampires--each picture worked perfectly. Addictive--I forgot to check the days, but I think I made it to the mid 20s?

You nailed this kinetic, textured look; very nice, and it fit the WoD feel. Same thing with the percussive soundtrack--it just fits.

I played the Malk and, um, got 3 strikes. XD Loved the inclusion of the dice and stat mechanics.

"Are you finished?"


Good dialogue as well!

Ooh, a VN with choice of POV! I ended up going Andrea, Siegfried, Siegfried. A unique look; clever insert of the Dark Pack logo. 

I especially liked Siegfried's internal monologue ("Supper saves the day"); also, a cat called Lucifer but nicknamed Lulu, I live for these little pops of color in people's writing.

All in all, short and sweet.

Thanks friend! Already onto the next thing haha

Wow! I may have died pretty quickly, haha, but I was really impressed by:

-the detailed setting

-the sheer amount of content

-incorporating the actual TTRPG character sheet into the game

Love the amount of true-to-life details. I was in Tokyo for a stint, and this brought back memories (in a weird way, haha). Can't believe you wrote this in less than week--and while commuting!

Ooh, this really pulled me in. For getting this done in 4 days, very impressive. If you continue with this piece, it just needs some editing (as does my entry, lol!). I got the (ENDING II. "PRUNE THE THORNES"). This story fits right into the WoD universe--I'm tempted to write more about it but don't want to spoil it for others. Love me some psychological vampire fiction.

-Loved the music

-Loved that you could pick from all 7 clans

-Loved that the M.C. was already entrenched in the goings-ons; the dialogue was snappy

-I played it 3 times with different clans,  and was pleasantly surprised by the twist in one of the story branches!

Thanks so much! I've only used Harlowe, but when I give Sugarcube a shot I'd love to use this template.