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Can you please attach a screenshot here of the folder the files are in?

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Just started playing it it looks so cute UwU

Can someone help me out I'm stuck at the "stop" and "drive"

Cool game!

But we will reach out in case we have an opening.

We're sorry but we already have somebody that is going to be working on the music.

We are making a visual novel for the annual halloween game jam, and so far we have a writer and a programmer.

It's a small free visual novel, and if you're interested, DM me on Discord - IntStories 

We are working on a VN. So far we have a programmer and a writer. We are in the process of recruiting the other team members right now. If you are an artist that's interested, please DM me on Discord - IntStories

Thanks!

Hey there,

Yes, I am interested. DM me on Discord - IntStories

DM me on Discord: IntStories

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DM me on Discord - IntStories

I will reach out to you in Discord.

I have made/helped in making a few visual novels, which can be found on intstories.itch.io, so I have experience in both game dev and team work!

I am looking forward to working with you!

IntStories

I have made a few visual novels so har (you can find them on intstories.itch.io) and I have some experience working with a team.

I can help with both paid and unpaid games.

If you're looking for someone to join your team that knows how to program visual novels you can message me on discord intstories.

Looking forward to working wiht you~

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The game has to be free until the end of the game jam.

I am proud to announce that the game, "A Dozen Bloomin' Roses: The Visual Novel Adaptation", which I worked with other wonderful creators to make it, such as  Filthy Silver, Lara Bartel, VNyx, Eliza VTuber, Michael Zhang, Pennovich!, Abbaraeldies, Zeon.ksus, Benjamin M., Eric Matyas and Hamid Sami has been released and can now be found here!

The game is based on the original short story by Paul Jennings, A Dozen Bloomin' Roses, which was written in his collection of short stories called "Quirky Tails".

It was an honour to work with these wonderful artists, as their works has proved to be wonderful (as it can be seen in the game itself.)

I hope you can enjoy playing it, as much as I enjoyed working on this project!

Have fun, IntStories.

Thank you so much! I'm working on a visual novel based on those two characters!

I'm working on a visual novel inspired by this Twine story. It should be ready in a few months.

A password seems to be required to access the game page.

Okay, thank you!

You can play as both genders. It has LGBT romance as well (depending on the gender you indentify MC as).

Hey there. First, you need to upload the game to itch.io. Afterwards, send me the link to your game so I can generate a unique submission URL for you specific game. 

I suggest you DM me on Discord IntStories#6093.

The artwork is very pretty!

Is this your fanart for the game, because it's beyound cute!!!!!!!!!!

This is the first time someone's made fanart for one of my games. Can I put it on the game page as a badge of honour (with your credits ofc)?

Yes, you may finish your old game.

Please try thisone! I will the link on the Game Jam site in a second.

Yes minigames are fine.

There is only one ending.

You can't do that on Android. 

Yes. 

Would you please provide a more direct example? Wouldn't it be not illegal to use the camera or the microphone without the player's consent?

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If you can find a way for the game to break the 4th wall in some way then I don't see a reason why tabletop games wouldn't be allowed.

Your example is fine. You may make a game like that because it would still tell a story somehow.