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Thank you so much! <3 

No worries! If you happen to play it and want to leave just a comment, then feel free. Either way, have a great week! 

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Right, sorry! It's everything from 5-20 minutes for different people :) Some people just run through it as fast as they can, others stop to watch the memories and try to interpret their meaning. I think the experience is quite different for different people. I suggest you give it a whirl! 

Might be time for an update, hehe.

Thank you for the review! Was fun to watch your experience.

47Mb!

Awesome, thanks! We'll keep that in mind. Currently, we're not working on any games though.

Yes, it's browser based and works fine on windows! If you're looking for a windows specific build, we've had some issues with the export unfortunately.

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Albert

Thank you so much!

Thank you! Bao's the one to take credit for that. He tok inspiration from Studio Ghibli among other things.

Awesome!

Hey! We made a little game that won "Best Narrative" at Norwegian game awards, so we decided to make it public! It's the first game we've ever made and we were limited to eight weeks, so feel free to throw all the critique at us that you can think of!

If you'd like to play it, you can find it here: https://kvam.itch.io/albert

Hey!
We made a little game that won "Best Narrative" at Norwegian game awards, so we decided to make it public! It's the first game we've ever made and we were limited to eight weeks, so feel free to throw all the critique at us that you can think of!

If you'd like to play it, you can find it here: https://kvam.itch.io/albert

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Hey!

We're two Norwegian designers (Bao and Sondre👋), and last fall we made our first attempt at a game! It's called Albert, and it's a game about leaving home and escaping your past. Anyway, we commited the game to Norwegian Game Awards (NGA) and we won "Best Narrative" (surprisingly) and were nominated for "Game of the Year" (shockingly!). Even though NGA is quite small, the recognition made us reconsider and we made the game public. We hope this brings joy to someone out there!

https://kvam.itch.io/albert