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Adam Le Doux

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thanks! these are cool :)

glad you figured it out haha :)

this is awesome! the way the new tiles come in is so smooth! :)

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hi! this is a really cool tool - thanks for making it :)

I've encountered a few issues though; let me know if you have any thoughts on how to solve them! (I'm on Mac btw)

1. Just want to note that the symlink error is still a problem for me. I couldn't launch the generated .app file at all at first. I went back to version 0.21.6 of nwjs and that seemed to fix that.

2. My icon files aren't being associated with the app. It just has a generic icon. I've created the icons in the 3 formats and named them all appIcon.* but it seems as though they aren't being picked up?

3. When I load the generated .app, it starts as a blank white window. I have to right click and "reload app" before it will display the web page. An odd detail is that I can hover around the blank white page and see the tooltips for the html elements.. they just aren't visible.

this was great! love the "retry" structure and also how you focused each room down to just a few visual elements that were really striking

I think I'll do this for the 12th bitsy jam to celebrate a year of these :)

reminds me of this webcomic http://webcomicname.com/

hahaha I love it

these are fun! thanks james :D

ohhhhh this is a really good idea!

thanks! I had fun trying to do that :)

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This was a very pleasant game to play; I felt like I could practically smell the books! :)

Oh, and without spoiling anything I loved that you can find the ******* ****


this is really good! I like the way the different color palettes seem to help express the feelings of the protagonist as you navigate different spaces

wish I could properly express how much I loved this piece.. it has such a strong sense of melancholy and history

beautiful and meditative :) I love how you maintain a sense of motion even when there is little or no background - my favorite part is floating back down to see the moonrise

nice job on your first game! thanks for being part of the jam :)

this is a really great start! I'm excited to play the finished version and help out all the NPCs :) thanks for being part of the jam!

just echoing what everyone else has said but this is very beautiful and I love the use of panels! it's like you unearthed a forgotten bedtime story ~ it makes me want to play it just before I go to sleep :3

really well made! it's so satisfying to see the main room of the dungeon fill out as you play

playing this was a moving experience - thanks for making and sharing this! without spoiling anything.. the way you subverted the expectations you set up early on was really effective for me

I love the way the frame makes it feel like a fairytale illustration. And the footprints in the snow are really clever! thanks for being part of the jam :)

this is really beautiful and enigmatic - I loved being in this world. thanks for being part of the jam! :)

this does a great job of capturing a feeling - nice work! :) I love how the constellations look too

thanks for being part of the jam!

I really loved this game! the artwork is elegant, and it's a straightforward, but warm story :) thank you for being part of the jam! :D

i <3 this game a lot .. the dialog made me laugh :)

great ideas! I included "midnight" in the options for this month's jam https://twitter.com/adamledoux/status/954855051431878657

this is possible, but there's no UI for it yet. an example of what the code would be like would be:


  - x > 5 ?


      - option Aa

      - option Ab

      - option Ac


 - else ?


       - option Ba

       - option Bb



also just checked out your instagram and I love your ink drawings :) seriously folks take a look if you haven't already: https://www.instagram.com/leonie_zhou/

beautiful! seriously impressive work on the art

hi Sophie, thanks for the really thoughtful feedback! these are all really great ideas, so thanks for taking the time to write them up. the wall thing is definitely a little detail that's been bugging me for a while...

as usual, if you find bugs let me know!

cool idea!

nope! :) I'm open to suggestions

oh nice - can't wait to play it!

I missed this game but I'll have to give it a try! sounds interesting

Yup making items interact with exits is something I plan on adding - I think it will open a lot of possibilities

funny and weird game! I have this feeling there is going to be a butt revolution someday and the people will share all the butts fairly

hi Yukon! I haven't put this in yet, but I haven't forgotten about it either.. this is something I plan to do soon :)