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Thanks so much! I love your pixel art tutorials!

Wowzas, this game is really good. I love the depth, the details, and the humor (the allusions to Faust and Paradise Lost are pretty cool). Not much to say, except I was looking for something like a Pokemon Center to heal my D-Mons for free (because buying Choco-bars and Bandaids gets expensive, especially when you can't battle to earn cash).

Ok, I feel really dumb, but I couldn't finish this game. I found 3 people I think, but the hide-and-go-seek game didn't end. Not sure what I was doing wrong, and I tried scouring the map to find the "end" but maybe I'm just stupid, I dunno.

Ok, so I know that this is just a part of the game you're developing (probably a level), but even then, it felt a little bare. As a platformer, there isn't much to do (no enemies to fight, no tricky jumps to make), so it feels more like a walking simulator. The atmosphere is really the strength of this game, with the visuals and the music.

Yeah, I had a fantasy about doing link cable vs mode. We'll see if they ever implement that

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This is a really cool concept! Holy cow, my mind is just reeling from the potential of a SRPG on the Gameboy Color. Great work!

Aw, thanks! I really wanted to capture a Retro-cute style for the game

Well thanks!

Yeah no problem!

Well thanks! I'm so glad you enjoyed it

Great game, a little tricky, but addicting!

Great game, a little tricky, but addicting!

Great game, fun concept, and just the right difficulty level! The music really pumps it up too

Great job making a puzzle game, it's really addicting. And much longer than I expected, good job!

Good job putting together something in the GB style. The controls are a little tricky to use in the game, and I think the second level glitched out on me. 

Wow, great job putting together a rhythm game! It's tricky at first to learn the controls, but once you get the hang of it it's pretty fun

I know that VBA has an option for emulating the original Gameboy, if that's what you're asking. There's a checkbox in one of the menus. 

Sure, all Holidays welcome!

I love the art style! And the game is fun to play too

I'm still not sure what I want to do for the back wall, I have two options I've included, but I think I want to refine my ideas a little more.