When i hit play I only see a black screen, am I missing something to play? I'm playing on a pretty serious system so i doubt it's my machine.
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I grew up surrounded by Fae stories (I'm Irish and it's a big part of our history), which included tales and art by Froud. Seeing this short was like going back to my childhood, when I still believed in the Little People and their influence on our world.
The game is beautiful and I do hope part 2 makes it out as I can't wait to play. You definately have a full length game here and one that dives so imaginatively into a world not yet brought properly into games in this way.
Thanks for making this and please, make more!
Well made little game, very to the point considering the times. I didn't come across any bugs or glitches, although I did get stuck on the piano as I thought the numbers corresponded to complex music theory and was hitting the wrong thing :D
For 6 days work, this is brilliant, really enjoyed playing!
A very calming game, I like the idea of just taking over a city with wildflowers. At first the progression was really good, well paced but I got to the 3rd expansion and everything just stopped. I got maybe one pollination every 20 mins which is just too slow for a PC game. If this is normal then it's better as a mobile game, really. Also, the lack of 'exit' button was a little annoying as I had to alt-tab out of the game and kill it from app manager.
Still a really good idea, I'll play again when changes are made :D
It was...interesting. I don't really know if there's an ending as I was wandering around without really knowing what I was doing. Was I meant to be running away from that thing? I mean, I tried but it kept following me. The narrative and background audio made for an interesting experience but I feel confused as to if I even played it right.
I loved this game from start to finish. The music, the art styles, the story, everything. I wasn't expecting to be thrust into the position I was at the end but I definitely chose right for myself. And what a concept, fighting your own mind to remember your own life and still having to come to terms with emotional issues. I also really enjoyed reading the dialogue, it was well written and the story flowed extremely well.
Overall a brilliant game, I enjoyed this immensely.
I've just spent a good few hours playing this game, determined not to die from the various 'dangers' out there. I made it to the Fort! Hooray...and now I'm really sad because it's not done yet haha.
I just wanted to say that you've put a LOT of work into this one and it's clear to see. As a female I enjoyed this immensely and it's rare to find a game like this that will cater equally to genders as well as orientation. Animations, as someone else has said, would be so cool but I get that it's also a lot of work.
I didn't encounter any bugs that I know of, but I did find combat a little confusing, it took me a few restarts to get the hang of it and I think that could perhaps be a bit clearer.
Fab game, love it, it did what it set out to do (big time) and i'll be looking out for more updates!
What a wonderful, yet sad, game. Your artwork was beautiful and seeing each frame put together in a working game this way was stunning. Well done to all involved and well done on the games since this one that i've played and not realised were yours!
I loved this story, moreso because of the way you've involved the reader so much. I don't just mean in story options but the ability to explore the dialect and colloquialisms of the time was wonderful and I had to use that quite a few times (I'm Irish, so I've never heard of some of these terms).
I played Gio's story, got la'more and I'm happy. I'm not even going to play any other path. I got exactly what I wanted and I love this game :D I think I'm also biased though as my husband is American and talks to me just like Gio does, they even look the same heheh
I hate that you killed it right when it got interesting, but this was a really cool otome so far. I think it could do with more player choice though, we really don't get to do much at all. I do really want to play the full game, looking forward to this.
I know it's a year after most of the comments but this looks like a fantastic game. I agree that the English translations do need working on but the artwork and the celtic feel is sublime. I really want to play more.
What a beautiful and beautifully made game. I admit I did have to resort to a youtube vid to help me at one point as I could not for the life of me figure out what I was doing but that entire game was so worth it. I can't believe something so detailed and amazingly put together was free! Thankyou, and well done indeed, I loved playing this.
That was SO GOOD! Oh man I loved that, there was so much feeling and emotion and atmosphere in that tiny little game. I want to know more, I want to know where he really came from, where they're going, if they lasted! Oh man. I loved that.
What a beautiful game and so poignant. For those caught up in war zones, war doesn't creep in bit by bit, it often just hits you immediately and the peaceful, happy place you once knew turns into a dark, terrifying nightmare. I made my choice at the end of the game and I don't know if it was the right one, but it's what I would have get my own daughter, who is 4 and very much like lilly, to safety. This game actually had an emotional effect on me, I can't imagine the fear I would feel if this was us in reality, and it's always a possibility.
Thankyou. What a wonderful game.
Oh man, this was so good! Make it, make it, make it! That demo was so short and I was into it the moment I turned the light on! Bit confused as to how people are getting stuck, that's one of the most simple and cute demos I've done yet.
Love Love Love this!