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I did! "Nothing Can Harm You" https://itch.io/jam/extra-credits-holiday-2018-game-jam/rate/346047

It was this puzzle that gave me problems. I think it might be in part that the main pc was right up against the clock? I managed to sorta replicate the problem by mashing the e button as I approached the switch (didn't reach it though) and this time when the timer ran out the pc jumped and then started walking endlessly into the clock, once again not responding to keypresses.


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The good: Nice aesthetic, cool mechanics! and a nice, well done tutorial.

At one point early on I was running out of time for my shift clone to activate a switch so I was mashing "E" while running to it and I managed to activated the switch, but then the player character didn't respond to any key presses so I couldn't continue. I'd love to be able to but I am a bit worried that could happen again after a really frustrating puzzle.

Really, that glitch was the only thing that was bad about what I managed to experience! It's just... quite a major thing.

Thank you! I passed your comment on the music to Ahmaykmewsic!

I didn't intend for that connection with Telo being represented by a black box, it was just a time thing. I figured I wouldn't really have time to do animation and a black box sliding around looks better than a single frame of a person sliding around, but now I kinda want to figure out how to keep that metaphor in a more polished version of the game!

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I'd watched a video recently that really reminded me of this game and, like, I am a bit overwhelmed after this. I don't know if this video would have affected me like it did if I hadn't played your game, and experienced this, first.

Why Danger Symbols Can't Last Forever.

Edit: I checked and the version I had was from before the update that added the title and downloaded the new version and... well in the old version realising that the 'patterns' on the ground were maps of the world felt like an achievement in that version. Just a note rather than anything else.

This is a very good one!

I manage to get what is probably the true ending on my first try, and given some of the talk in the warnings, I am a bit scared to try again even though I usually love 'the fourth wall will not protect you' type stories, and I somehow managed to avoid all that sort of stuff. If this game is any indication though, I love this world.

You need to e-mail the Dev because Itch.io isn't automatically giving out keys. There are instructions on the download page.