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I just wanted to thank you for the fantastic music. I'm currently working on a chill RPG that your lo-fi tracks really help set the mood for, and by chance I saw that you also have these cyberpunk tracks that fit a future project I've been planning as well. I don't have the knowledge to make music myself, so I wanted to thank you for the time you put into these.

Yes, sorry about the date thing, that was a bit of an oversight on my part! In retrospect, I should have made it so that any date format would have worked - my friend in Hong Kong mentions that they use yyyy/mm/dd. Glad you enjoyed it, regardless! Thanks for playing :)

Oh no, that was an oversight on my part lmao, I should have made it so that any correct format for the date would work. Glad you enjoyed it!

I've played this game years ago. Maybe as far back as a decade! Seeing it here kinda makes me want to play it again.

That could be an interesting project. I'll have to try to make a point and click adventure at some point.

I'm going to be participating in Liminal Jam soon, and I can tell these are going to be very helpful for my project! Thanks for making these packs, they are excellent. :)

I just gave it a shot, I do enjoy a spooky maze! I like the aesthetics, it reminds me of some of the classic creepypasta games like imscared. 

My first run, my mouse wasn't cooperating with me (I need a new one) so I dwaddled a bit too long in the first room with the door locked, and the monster half-clipped through the door and couldn't reach me, so we just stared at each other for a while xD But once I ironed out the technical difficulties on my end, I enjoyed it.

Thank you! I appreciate the comment. I was planning to add a bit more choice, but I couldn't spend as much time as I wanted each day on it, and time started catching up with me, so I ended up having to make a choice between more interactivity or making sure the central plot was finished. The only major choice I realize in retrospect is really the one in the beginning where you choose which thing in the basement to interact with, and each thing "wakes up" a different haunting.

I do want to make more games like it in the future, and with out a time limit I'll be able to flesh them out :)

Thank you! Part of the reason I made it the way I did was to experiment with sounds and images in Twine. As far as I'm concerned, I accomplished what I was aiming for :)

I liked it, the plot kind of reminds me of Layers of Fear, in that the artist (writer in this case) is haunted by the past and slowly devolves into madness as he grapples with it.

Perhaps! I'm not too familiar with Ren'Py, but maybe next time I'll give it a shot.

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I liked the analog horror vibe. Reminds me of the Mandela Catalogue and other similar series that have those face recognition scenes.

I appreciate that, I'm happy with how it's coming out!

Thanks, I am glad you think so!

Thank you! I'm glad to hear that :)