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If you look up rad in the dictionary, ANGER FOOT is pictured right next to it. This game is so great from the art, gameplay and soundtrack. It's perfection. IT WOULD BE CRIMINAL FOR YOU NOT TO EXPAND ON THIS.
I loved it. The whole aesthetic is great and really looks good in motion, the characters introduced all felt very unique and individualized and fun. Cannot wait for full release, day one purchase. So much fun.
Absolutely loved this chaotic little platformer. Loved the music, art and animation -- the blood animation is top notch -- and thought the writing was passable but could be cleaned up just a tiny bit. I look forward to more of Hamachi, I'm absolutely keeping my eyes on this.
Love the aesthetic and have been meaning to check out your Giraffe game. You do a great job of balancing out the creepy with nostalgia while not feeling overbearing. Really loved the experience and can't wait to dig through all your games.
Art and animations are great, the sound design is great and as someone with very limited music sense or skill, I felt like I did alright. I've found myself coming back to it (probably around 45-an hour) just to keep plucking away and seeing if I can get my timing better and just having fun. Great job.
Love the overall tone and themes of this game, I felt like the voice actor really portrayed someone that isn't the most mentally stable in a way that made the process feel so fun. So rad. I honestly loved this experience so so much.
Loved it. Horrifying and really leaned into that tech horror I've slowly come to love over the past year. I thought it was pulled off perfectly without feeling cheesy, although I did kinda lean into the glitchyness with my video.
Honestly, this felt incredibly tense to me. The slow build was a lot of fun to experience and really figuring out what to do with the iconography and the hangman style word puzzle. The ending didn't land perfectly, but was still jarring enough to be effective and the credits roll was so awesome.
I absolutely adored this experience. I lost both of my parents within 3 months of each other shortly after turning 30. In a weird way, this really reflects on things I wish I could have communicated more with them and made me remember similar conversations and in general just remember my parents. Thank you for this, will absolutely grab the full release.