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I highly enjoyed that, I usually wouldn't like a speculative game like this but this was presented so well and was just an interesting usage of the source material. Also it all felt "probable". Great job, especially for a demo!

I'm surprised this is only chapter one of the story. I have to wonder what kind of tale the author plans to tell in the long run. However, it was cute and entertaining for what's there with a good bit of world building already wrapped in (but not in an overwhelming way). Great work!

It took me a WHILE to reach the good ending for this game and it was satisfying when I did! I'd been going into the wrong area for a while but I'm glad there were branches and new experiences to be had in such a compact and visually on point game.

I came in expecting one type of game and got something very different. The visuals and the requests - this was a game that had a lot of forethought put into its construction. I only wish that one of the characters had gone to a specialist and come back realizing that's what they needed to do (because sometimes that's what happens). Great work, Ivan!

Wow, you're putting a lot of work into this! Creating structure models and everything in such a short time.

Oh, For your fairy game! I didn't realize you'd have a companion. Keep it up.

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I should contribute as well. I'm working on a text based game with custom art. It involves magical girls but the erotic portions are all gay/bara/yaoi. I'm working as much as I can so if I don't finish it for THIS jam then I'll try to get it done for the other one. I really want to see it through. I'm using Twine to make it and basically had to make the battle system as best I can while still having it be interesting. I've learned a lot!

Lewd jam 2017 community · Created a new topic Project Talk

So let's hear about the kinds of projects everyone is working on or even looking forward to seeing. Are they long term efforts or starting from scratch? Something that will take a while to play or short and sweet? What programs are you using to make it - or are you crafting it from scratch? 

So let's hear about the kinds of projects everyone is working on or even looking forward to seeing. Are they long term efforts or starting from scratch? Something that will take a while to play or short and sweet? What programs are you using to make it - or are you crafting it from scratch? 

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Hi, Barreytor - I'm not the host of this but I'd wager that if there's no voting component to this jam that submitting something with a price tag would be fine, right? In the end a jam should be something that gets you creating, even if its for monetary gain at the end of the road.

The game is silly, but definitely "anime silly" and I think that was by design. This plays like a game that doesn't take itself TOO seriously because the idea is to titillate the player - not make them bang their head against the walls with puzzles. But there are a puzzles and challenges to get to the hot scenes.