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This game exceeded my expectations! The art is gorgeous. The writing...oh my god the writing, it was a perfect emotional gut punch. I can't emphasize enough how much I enjoyed this game.  

I'll be sure to share the fanart on twitter!  She's so cute <3

You should definitely keep experimenting with the voice sound effect! The one here was really pleasant to listen to.

I knew from the thumbnail that I was going to adore this game. After playing, I LOVE this game. Everything about it was so cute. Even the sound Cilantro makes when speaking! I'm gonna need to draw  Cilantro in my sketchbook after this. 

Thank you for making a fun little game <3

This is really cute! I wish I had a house as adorable as this frog's.

Thank you for playing and leaving a nice comment! I plan in the future to add more to this game. Audio and feedback sounds are on that list.  If you ever want to try again to get to the end I suggest that you pay attention to the ground. There are subtle markers to point out all directions you can leave an area. And they all are accessible. 

This is really cute!

Hi! I just wanted to say thank you for making GB Studio. It was intimidating at first, but I've been slowly getting the hang of using it. Because of GB Studio I've been able to participate in my friend's game jams. 

The one I made recently actually works! (Not too bad for my second attempt at making a game, lol)

https://icefire149.itch.io/the-forest-calls

I'm starting to get hooked because I have a list of improvements and updates I'd like to make now that the jam is over. I'm really glad I found GB Studio. 

First off, thank you for playing! 

I plan on adding more game mechanics and music in the future. There was only so much I could do in 3 days. (And this is only my second attempt at making a game ever) Having a story and having everything work without breaking were the top priorities. Lol. 

Since the player is supposed to be lost in the forest I wanted the layout to feel like that. I'll take your suggestion of having a map of the areas you've been into consideration. Because that's a great idea! For now I suggest that if you do want to see to the end, explore the forest and pay attention to the ground. I did leave markers where each exit is located. 

Thank you and thanks for playing!

I'm so glad to hear that!   :D

Thank you very much!    :D

I know we already talked about this, but thank you again for playing and all your kind words.

Thank you for playing. I'm really glad you enjoyed it and it brought you some kind of nostalgia. :)

Thank you so much for playing! I'm glad you enjoyed it. The cat going pstpstpst is one of my favorite parts. 

I'll take a look at the collisions. It was about 3am when I finished and submitted. I'm sure I missed something. I do know when I've playtested few times that all areas are accessible. Until I check out the collisions I suggest to keep trying. Follow the boundaries around the map. 

Keep looking for the sword. I believe in you!

First off, thank you for playing! I did want a lost in the woods feeling. Once you're free to explore the forest I suggest paying attention to the ground. It's subtle, but there are markers to guide you. Wandering to experience the story is the main thing anyways.