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Haha, I don't know! But thanks, and enjoy the oreos and little coke- I don't think those are very good for bowels though :P

Darkly-humorous

A hyphen makes it one word, right? :P

The Bunny Hill Horror: Bunny Boiler

Yeah, maybe people who go to a site often get inspired by the games they like and make their own, and maybe some devs think "right, this is popular, we need to release games like this..." (alternatively, they might say "our game isn't like that, so we won't release it here").

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Because horror games are awesome- two of our three games are horror XD

It's strange how many sites get reputations for certain genres, like Kongregate with idle games, and it's hard to say why...

Ahhh... no voice acting in the game, sorry! We'll have to squeeze in a Wario voice one day :)

Only by two weeks though! And a couple of days... but any pity plays/ feedback welcome.

Good luck to everyone who did finish in time though :)

I'll have some time to check them out now.

THE BUNNY HILL HORROR: BUNNY BOILER


BUNNY HILL HORROR: BUNNY BOILER


THE BUNNY HILL HORROR: BUNNY BOILER


Oswald Mandias is a man on a mission: to drag the country kicking and screaming back to the glory days of old, where a gentleman could rely on the time-tested values of chivalry, breeding and class. Armed with vicious zombies, a stockpile of highly questionable pharmaceuticals, and an iron will, he has recruited you to grow his plans to fruition. 

Lucky you.

In this darkly-humorous visual novel adventure, you’ll tackle fiendish puzzles, decide which very curious characters to trust, and compete in a pub quiz where the sudden death round means just that. Will you consign Oswald’s plot to the dustbin of history, or will the past come to life- in more ways than one?  

This is the follow up to The Bunny Hill Horror (also free on itch). It is not recommended for under 15s and caution is advised for those of a sensitive nature. So... don’t say you haven’t been warned...

If you have any questions (whoever you are), feel free to ask.


Hi, Just to let you know, we've got the final part up now! The second ever game set in Stoke- possibly...

The Bunny Hill Horror: Bunny Boiler

Dom

Hi Rusicaria- thanks again for your nice comments on this. just thought you and Lucy might like to know the last part in finally done! Would love to know what you both think. Also, I've started thinking of Ozzy as having a Wario voice now XD

The Bunny Hill Horror: Bunny Boiler

I think it's important to find your niche. If you put out a post saying something like "I want to play your games", you're going to get bombarded, and most of the people, you'll never hear from again even if you do play their games.

I've checked out your website and it seems like you're trying to do a lot. If you can do that then cool, but I think a lot of what you'll end up doing is filtering, so you don't end up constantly streaming minimal effort platformers, or whatever. I'd always suggest finding the games that interest you first and foremost, and just chatting to the devs a bit beforehand in general. The streamers I get on with are those who take an interest in my games, and who I like as people, and often this forms good lasting relationships which help both sides.

I notice you're into pixel and retro games, so mine probably wouldn't be a good fit for you (I do visual novel style adventures), but there will be plenty of devs who are. So, yeah, first of all, I'd concentrate on finding the games and devs you like and are comfortable with, and then you'll have a much clearer idea of what works and what doesn't. A lot of planning's good to do, but you might find your channel naturally finds a different form to what you anticipate.

A local businessman wants to resurrect the ancient kingdom of Mercia and will stop at nothing to do so!

And you've got a job interview with him...

Thanks a lot for going into detail- really helps us :)

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Thanks! Good to hear from you again. There are three endings, and we'll look into those issues :)

Just had a thought: did the cabinet start off ok and only stop working the second time? Because you only get one shot at it.

THE BUNNY HILL HORROR: BUNNY BOILER

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Oswald Mandias is a man on a mission: to drag the country kicking and screaming back to the glory days of old, where a gentleman could rely on the time-tested values of chivalry, breeding and class. Armed with vicious zombies, a stockpile of highly questionable pharmaceuticals, and an iron will, he has recruited you to grow his plans to fruition.

Lucky you.

In this darkly-humorous visual novel adventure, you’ll tackle fiendish puzzles, decide which very curious characters to trust, and compete in a pub quiz where the sudden death round means just that. Will you consign Oswald’s plot to the dustbin of history, or will the past come to life- in more ways than one?

This is the follow up to The Bunny Hill Horror (also free on itch). It is not recommended for under 15s and caution is advised for those of a sensitive nature. So… don’t say you haven’t been warned…

Features:

Multiple endings

Ingame Jukebox

Interactive puzzles

The odd very schlocky jumpscare!

Victorian poetry themed hallucinations



Hope you enjoy it- it's taken a year of love and hard work- all feedback valued!

-Dom


A year in the making, our adventure choosing game is finally ready and here on itch!

Oswald Mandias is a man on a mission: to drag the country kicking and screaming back to the 6th century, where a gentleman could rely on the time-tested values of chivalry, breeding  and feudalism. Armed with vicious zombies, a stockpile of highly questionable pharmaceuticals, and an iron will, he has recruited you to grow his plans to fruition. Lucky you.

In this darkly-humorous visual novel adventure, you’ll tackle fiendish puzzles, decide which of some very curious characters to trust, and compete in a pub quiz where the sudden death round means just that.  Will you consign Oswald’s plot to the dustbin of history, or is he going to take you back to the past?

Original versions below:

Original Bunny Hill Horror SFW itch version

Original Bunny Hill Horror NSFW Gamejolt version

Features

-Exploration-based interactive fiction

-Free for download or browser

-Multiple Endings

Please check out our twitter for updates and any questions are welcome.


I can make my calculator say 'Boobies'!

Thanks for clearing that up :)

So, let's say you sell a game, 100 people download it and you want to send an email to notify them that a sequel's out- but you also want to make changes to the original.

On the Analytics page, there are two figures for download counts- the one on the bar at the top (which never goes down), and the 'File Download Counts' towards the bottom, which resets when you replace the file on the gamepage.

Would the email go to everyone who downloaded the game, or just the people who downloaded the latest build?

Grateful for any answers :)

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Thanks a lot for the heads up. This is what happens when a writer like me tries to do basic tasks, rather than the coder XD

I've changed it now.

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Ok, we've made some changes- there is a now a downloadable version of the game available alongside the book.

Hi, glad you're enjoying it!

No, you don't need the index file for the browser game. In fact, since the download is a book, you don't really need it for anything now. I'll probably delete it.

Thanks for your comment :)

As someone who's colourblind, I'd struggle if you mixed 1 and 3, 3 and 4 or 4 and 6.

Happy for you to give The Bunny Hill Horror a shot if you don't mind a bit of reading!

We're getting there, thanks. End of September if we really knuckle down. October if we don't.

Probably October...

Brilliant! Yeah, I actually can't believe that worked...

Thanks for your comment :)

Looks good and plays well. I'll Look forward to shooting some monsters here :D More textures would definitely be appreciated as I'm the sort who gets lost very easily!

Is there a list of the 2019 winners anywhere? Be cool to check them out :)

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Fair enough. I've got to say, I have a lot of questions I'd like to put to the OP but... nevermind- not my problem ;)

Slight Edit: I'm thinking if the OP thinks that checking IP addresses will be enough to stop fake reviews then... maybe not? I mean, we've had some weird reviews from some interesting people but never anyone just saying "great game" or "fantastic game" on the only game they've ever reviewed! Ok, I'll stop now, I promise ;)

I agree- but, my issue is- if someon posts a game, and knows the criteria for success is to get as many five star reviews as possible, then the natural progression is that they'll try to get all their friends, all their family, all their work colleagues, anyone who owes them a favour etc. etc. to give them a five star review- regardless of whether they've even played the game.

Essentially, it becomes a popularity contest, like Americans selling cookies on behalf of their children, and the quality and effort put into the game becomes completely irrelevant.

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I'm not claiming to be an expert in education or anything here but... is rating your students based on the number of 5 star reviews really a good criteria to determine their skill or abilities?

Even if you exclude the ones who set up sock accounts (and it's very easy for anyone with even marginal technical experise to use different IP addresses), are you not just ranking your students in terms of how many compliant people are in their family and friends circle?

Thanks for sharing- that's really fascinating! I'm off to play 'Cruddy Birds' now XD

I think I tried you with Bunny Hill Horror on another thread you started so... let's try it again XD

https://krunchyfriedgames.itch.io/bunny-hill-horror

It's a VN, but the general concensus is people tend to enjoy it a lot more than they thought they would! Here's a playthru if you want a quick feel for it, and please let me know if you have any questions:

Thanks for your comments and video- it was a good watch! We're hoping to put the final part out in October- which should fill in the rest of the plot elements :)

Oh, man, I could write a dissertation on the troubles and lengths I've gone to to get good artwork on a budget. As for music, well, the struggle carries on...

Sure, write your problems and resolutions down. It's almost certain that other devs will feel the same way and be grateful.

I think that appealling to streamers is different, though. Streaming is even more of a crowded field than gamedeving- to be a streamer, you need no more technical expertise than to have a camera on your PC and the ability to download OBS. I'm not mocking them- it's easy to start up but you need real talent to make it worthwhile for people to tune into you day after day.

I'm just saying the integration between indie gamedevs, and people who will stream indie games is pretty shit, and I'd love sites like itch io to make it easier for everyone.

This is surprisingly fun to play! And the messed up music works well.

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Ooh, awesome. I've never been in a jam before. Do I need to do anything? XD

I'll certainly check out the other books/ games though. Thanks for setting this up!

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Oswald Mandias is a man on a mission: to drag the country kicking and screaming back to the 6th century, where a gentleman could rely on the time-tested values of chivalry, breeding  and feudalism. Armed with vicious zombies, a stockpile of highly questionable pharmaceuticals, and an iron will, he has recruited you to grow his plans to fruition. Lucky you.

In this darkly-humorous visual novel adventure, you’ll tackle fiendish puzzles, decide which of some very curious characters to trust, and compete in a pub quiz where the sudden death round means just that.  Will you consign Oswald’s plot to the dustbin of history, or is he going to take you back to the past?

It’s almost done! With about 90% of the story and 80% of the graphics complete, I think we can set October 2020 as an official deadline! This is the concluding part of The Bunny Hill Horror. Although Bunny Boiler can be played as a standalone game, it might help to play the first one beforehand:

Original Bunny Hill Horror SFW itch version

Original Bunny Hill Horror NSFW Gamejolt version

Features

-Exploration-based interactive fiction

-Free for download or browser

-SFW versions on Kongregate, Itch io and Y8

-NSFW versions on Newgrounds and Gamejolt

-Multiple Endings

Please check out our twitter for updates and any questions are welcome.





Aww... thanks a lot! Glad you enjoyed it <3

Did your game feature in the BLM bundle? If so, that would explain the view spike- but it should tell you in the stats. If not... who knows. Also very weird how it dropped from 459 to 0 in a day though.