This was a wonderful concept with a cute design. The graphics were simple and the gameplay was straight to the point. The only flaw was that I could not find out how to full screen but even then it's not that big of a deal. Very fun game haha
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The pacing was on point and the atmosphere really set the tone but that's about it. The phone's flashlight did nothing unless you were right up against something, the protagonist's footsteps were heavier than Bigfoot's, and I had no idea what I was doing or why. The narrative is almost non-existent.
However, I'll give credit where credit is due; maybe this game is just a concept. Other than some very minor nitpicks there is nothing that is truly bad about this game. It worked nicely and there were very little, if any, issues. Plus the scares and general creepiness were good enough to where I'd say it's worth a look.
Overall, not a bad experience but some serious polish is needed. I hope when or if Chapter 2 is made that Chapter 1 will get some extra loving. I rated it 3 out of 5 stars.
This game was very beautiful. The art style was very unique, the music was groovy (I personally love lo-fi and such), and the narrative was touching.
For a game that deals with depression, loneliness, and suicide, it was actually more enjoyable than I thought it would be. Most games that deal with these subjects are just... well, depressing, for lack of better words. This game, however, put it into a more approachable experience. I wouldn't recommend this game to someone who has been through depression, or is going through it, but for people that are looking to get in their feels, this game is a lot more digestible.
I have no complaints. If something could attain perfection then this game would come very close. I look forward to playing more games from this creator!
Albeit a little frustrating at times, I had plenty of fun with this game. I could only make it to level 6 before rage quitting but I already feel like diving back in to try and finish it. The controls are weird and turning the camera around is hard, as well as the difficulty in actually lining up your character to strike with a katana, but it was still an enjoyable experience!
Wasn't the best thing in the world but, for what it was, I really enjoyed it! At the end of my video I go over some things I think would make the experience better, although they are only my opinions.