Really touching game, reminded me quite a bit of The Cat Lady but it has of course its own personal touch (and much better artwork to be honest!). An "exit" function (Esc key?) would be nice to have, though. Had to Alt-Tab out of the game and close the window to exit. Anyway, liked this a lot and the atmosphere really sucked me in!
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I'm having this exact same problem! I was working on a game on my computer, downloaded/exported it, uploaded it to Bitsy on another computer, and everything is black and the game data is blank. I tried uploading an older game and it worked, but if I tried downloading that same game and then uploading it again, same problem. Tried downloading and reuploading the default "new game", same issue. It's weird that there are no other comments mentioning this!
Thanks Nicolas for testing this out! That's really nice of you :)
In the instructions I wrote "run aroomwithoutyou" assuming that Linux users would know how to do it, but maybe it's better to be a bit more specific. I'll add this bit of extra info to the description, thanks for the suggestion!
La historia, increíble, me ha gustado incluso más que la primera parte, pero creo que precisamente por eso es menos "juego" y más "historia interactiva" que el anterior y me habría gustado que hubieran más puzzles o acertijos que ayudaran a dar más sensación de aventura gráfica. Pero entiendo que a veces cuando se tiene una buena historia es difícil meter elementos jugables sin que la narrativa se resienta, de hecho me está pasando con el juego en el que estoy trabajando ahora :D
Pero en definitiva, que me ha encantado y espero impaciente la tercera parte!
Such a gorgeous game! I personally don't like 9-verb interfaces and I had to go check the AGS forums for clues on a couple of puzzles (so many ways to unscrew things!), but it was a fantastic experience nevertheless! Once I started playing, I just had to know how it ended (nice little Helloween sample at the end, heheh). Thanks for making this and sharing it with us!
I'm a huge David Lynch fan, and I love how this game manages to create the same type of atmosphere while having its own personality. Games like these are why I love the indie scene. Amazing job, guys!
Merci Nicolas for such an encouraging comment! I've actually been wanting to play your game for a while now because I saw the the thread on the AGS forums and it looks really cool, but I still haven't found a moment to get around to it. When I do, I'll certainly let you know!
Hi Adam, this is probably not the best place to comment but I'm not on twitter and I don't see any other way to contact you directly. It looks like today there was an update to Bitsy but there's no announcement in the devlog and now the color picker darkness / lightness slider is not working anymore, don't know if it's just my case. Up until now, when I moved the slider left and right to change the lightness, my tiles/sprites would change in colour/brightness in real time as the slider moved, but not anymore. Any idea if this is happening to others? Thanks in advance!
Aw, I found the secret! :) I don't know how I came across Bitsy just a few days ago but I fell in love with it instantly and now I'm currently working on my first game, so thanks for creating such a lovely and inspiring tool!