this is so lovely! only read through it for now, but hoping i'll get to play it with some friends in the near future :) thanks for a great game!
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really incredible atmosphere -- reminds me so much of mid 2010s walking sims, which is a genre i have a ton of love for: stark, bold treatises on the merits of space and exploration. lovely game
unimaginably good game, every scene is so playful in so many different ways, and the breadth of sounds you manage is incredible. first scene reminded me of david kanaga's stuff in a great way. loved the military dance scene, and the final sine wave one. so so good, will be thinking about this one for a while :)
so good! one of the things i love about y'all's use of humor is that is feels like it humanizes the characters in a wonderful way -- it's funny that the big couch guy likes his big couch, but he's so polite about it and it *is* a big couch that i don't feel like i'm laughing at him so much as lovingly grateful to have him around. great game <3
really in love with this. reminds me of slow cinema where the harsh constraints of time and movement give you permission to focus on all the subtle changes of a scene. it's actually something i've been wondering how to capture in games where any sort of subtle flourishes tend to require hand-crafted finesse (which is a lot of time to make as a developer). but the minimalism of this really strips away the noise, so i can just take in the gentle nuances of the slowly changing light. beautiful game <3
Really loved this. I got on a Linklater kick about a year ago and spent the better part of the last year wondering how to capture his off-the-cuff/naturalistic/rhythmic dialog in a game but could never figure anything out that worked the way I wanted. But this is such a smart way to center the rhythm and chemistry of a conversation! Not knowing exactly what a character would say or how letting them speak would effect the conversation also created this beautiful, subtle tension around my place in the discussion that really worked. Anyways really wonderful game, and excited for the full release! :)
(P.S. for some reason on my xbox controller I had to press "select" and "start" instead of "left-" and "right-bumper," but maybe that's just a weird quirk with my desktop lol)