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Thank you so much!! I was wondering what a law student would think of this, I'm glad it doesn't fall completely flat for you in that regard. I hear you about difficulty. I'm still trying to find the right balance so that it doesn't get frustrating, since it does require some trial and error to figure out... Maybe a system where you get a certain number of chances to solve it before you get a fail state would be the best of both worlds? Ace Attorney does it that way, but at the same time you're like, "Yeah, yeah, wish I didn't have to sit through this 'Guilty' screen again!" It will require some thought, but that's definitely an area I need to improve on.

That's so awesome! I love it ! So cool to see her in someone else's style. Thank you so much! :)

Absolutely. Midori isn't very creative haha

Thanks! Great haiku! That inspires me to make a haiku mini-game of some kind. But only if it's pointlessly complicated.

Thank you so much!! That's so nice of you :) As a defense lawyer, you're working to defend your client from a claim made by the plaintiff. Because the defense lawyer argues on behalf of their client, they are "representing" them by speaking for them. Does that clear it up? :)

Hello again! Thanks so much! Haha, it is indeed a bit of a prisoners' dilemma, so glad you caught that!

It is! The point of the blank eyes look is to make each character hard to read (eyes are the windows to the soul or whatnot). So by giving Q faint pupils, I wanted to make her seem slightly more trustworthy. Thanks for playing it again, wow! Didn't expect anyone to do that. :)

Haha good one xD Thanks so much! I have a much longer game, "Broken Minds" which you can find on my profile. :)

Wow, thank you so much!! I will!

JUSTCAMH hinted at it a little in their comment ;)

Thanks! Glad you liked it! ;)

Haha! Wow, that's so awesome!! Thanks so much!

Thanks so much! Awesome Let's Play!! :)

Hello everyone —

Prison of Lies is a short visual novel I created in thirteen days for the NaNoRenO game jam.


Four prisoners on death row are cleared of all charges, but the prison has a quota to meet, so they are put in a room and must decide who among them will die. Complicating matters further is that everyone is fitted with a lie detector.

It's a psychological game where everyone has a secret to uncover. It's free to download — I hope you enjoy it.

https://lockedon.itch.io/prison-of-lies

— LockedOff.

I loved the cartoony art style myself! It's what caught my eye.

Thank you so much! Glad to hear it!

Really raising the bar for what indie visual novels can do! Wish I could play it on my Mac :(

Awesome! Thanks so much. I'm enjoying it a lot. :)

Thanks! That was definitely one of the advantages of rendering so many backgrounds. Good to know it was worth it. :)

Thanks!


https://lockedon.itch.io/broken-minds

Broken Minds is a murder-mystery visual novel set in 90s Japan.

When lonely 20-something Noa Karada finds herself being stalked by a mysterious killer in a rabbit mask known as The Orphan, she contacts the Yamagata Private Detective Agency for help. However, as her case grows more complex, the detectives grow more distant and eccentric. Perhaps Noa would’ve been better off never letting them into her life at all…

Featuring:

• Explorable environments
• Inventive mystery-solving mechanics
• Many choices & hidden secrets throughout
• Six different endings
• Over an hour of original music
• That indie game sense of humor you've come to know and love
• Intense rabbit-related imagery

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I'm very pleased to say that after two years of development, Broken Minds is done!

If you are interested, the soundtrack is also available to purchase:

https://oddtilltheend.bandcamp.com/album/broken-minds-original-soundtrack

I'm looking forward to seeing if people can discover all the secrets of the game... :)

Tell me what you think. Bleehghgh? Hmmmmmmm? Oooooooh? Any feedback welcome.

Thanks,

— LockedOn.