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Lorenzo Pilia

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Bitsy doesn't have that feature, but you could use this tool to create an executable: https://gritfish.itch.io/htmle

And so are you.

Home is where the yellow is

Too yellow?

This is yellow

That's why it's good

That's because it's yellow

So good! The second dialogue with Mr. Bird made me laugh ;)

That's because it's yellow

Maybe it is

So good!

It's a manually curated selection!

Thanks!

OMG

Thanks!

Wow! Incredible work! I got stuck in the elevator though – is that one of the endings?

Ok, now I've understood what you mean, thanks. I guess some vignette games could also follow under this category.

Can you mention other examples of playable leaflets? I'm curious!

I've been invited to test a pre-alpha preview of a game which has currently been set as hidden by the developer (doesn't show up on the list of projects when viewing their profile). In order to access it, I had to link the game to my account. The game is now showing up in the public "Supported by" list on my profile https://lorenzo.itch.io – it's the first title "All Walls Must Fall". If you click on it you get a 404 message, but I think it would be best not to show hidden projects on the list at all, in case they're super secret / still unannounced.

Just discovered the weekly digest by accident, while looking at my email notifications settings. Why aren't users subscribed to it by default? Really wish I had known about this sooner!