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Jen&Sis Productions

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Thank you so much for your kind words. We are working diligently for the full release of the game. We appreciate you playing!!!

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We are so excited to say that our game "Hobbledehoy" has was ranked 1st in the best story/setting of the "I Can't Draw But Want To Make A Game" Jam! I makes us proud because we worked out butts off with the short time window we were given. Thank you guys for your continued support, and we just wanted to share this small victory with you guys. There is definitely more to come from Jen&Sis!!

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Hello again!

We have fixed the issue with the drawers, so if you take the save folder and move it the new file, you should be able to get the paper, and continue on with the story. If you're having trouble moving your save file over, click here for instructions. If there are any more bugs that prevents you from playing, please let us know and we will quickly fix them! 


Thank you so much for contacting us, and we hope you enjoy the rest of the demo!

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Okay, we will get it updated by the end of the day, so you can finish the story. You're missing out on a really important part. 

Thank you so much for letting us know, so we know where to start changing things.

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Thank you so much for the feedback! We will look into the extra paper part, so you can continue to the story.  


So we can understand where the bug is, did any event happen when you looked near the bed?

Aw, no problem. Us Jens have to stick together. (And I feel ya on the name calling. I had my share of that when I was younger)

Yea, don't worry about those stinky people! If you want, I could claw their-

Sis no! We will not have you violent tendencies show today. But I will say, I wouldn't  mind showing those people what's what myself.


Viva la revolucion of Jen&Sis!

Heh, but enough of us threatening people, that is awesome that you got a good start on your game. By the way, what is the genre of your game? Also, about where to put your game, shoot, put it EVERYWHERE. For instance, Voices of Friendship is available on RPGMaker.net, GameJolt, Itch.io, and on our personal Tumblr page. But if you want to start small, just put it on RPGMaker.net. That community is nice, because you're surrounded by other RPGMaker game creators.

About the music part, man, we would love to be able to make our own music. But this year, we are going to try to make music through Fruity Loops and see where that goes. Personally, we think music is really important for any game because it sets the mood for any game. We had to commission and buy the music for Voices of Friendship. 

Lastly, we would love to play your game. It's funny, we wanted to make a segment on our YouTube where we review other RPGMaker games, so this could be a start. But we will just play it, and let you know our personal opinions and possibly give you some tips. Just e-mail us at jen.sis.productions@gmail.com when you want to send us your game!

Hello there. Thank you for your kind words about our game. That means a lot to us. (Jen: And you have a wonderful name *wink*)  Well, for one thing, we're rooting for you becoming an RPG Maker game creator. Now, we will say, it is not easy, and you will be discouraged at times. I mean, it took us 4+ years to release Voices of Friendship. We started out knowing nothing about the engine, but with watching YouTube videos, reading forums, and pretty much experimenting, that is how we got to this point. We can't tell you how many times our game morphed into something different, because we were constantly learning how to use the engine. But be patient, and if you have questions, let us know. We will try to help the best we can, and we are also planning to make YouTube tutorial videos, but that's when we get extra time. Stay determined!