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Thank you very much for the kind words! I'm glad you enjoyed the game :)

Thanks for the kind words! A post jam version is in the works and will most likely be out once voting ends. Glad you enjoyed the game!

Thank you for the kind words! As you can tell this game is inspired by some of those games, as well as other none VR comedy games like Stanley Parable & Jazz Punk (As you might of noticed by the character). But sadly I don't own a VR headset to develop a VR game with. But I agree with you 100% it would make for a fun VR game.

Thanks for the kind words! Sadly I wasn't able to watch Mark's stream today but got super excited when I seen all the new comments flood in. So thanks for letting me know :)

Thanks for playing! I'm glad you enjoyed the game!

Thanks for the kind words! A post jam version is being worked on and will most likely be finished by the time voting ends :)

Your game has way more realism than mine does though B)

Thanks for the kind words! I'm glad you enjoyed it :)

Thanks for playing! Glad you enjoyed!
When making the game, I wanted to give the players an opportunity to have some input on the choices they made, the original version of the game had one die but I found it more fun when more were added. so If you manage to get all the dice to land on the same symbol, I guess that's just the "roll of the dice" :)

Love this idea, very creative! Game was overall very fun! Movement controls were a bit wonky and could use some work, as they're essential to access your main mechanic. I also managed to fall out of the map, so a post jam version could add a way to bring you back to the stage incase a player falls out.

This is one of those games in the jam I'd like to come back to if you decide to do a post jam patch. Very well done :)

We both had similar ideas for games. But yours blows mine out of the water due to the shear amount of realism.

Thank you for playing! I'm glad you enjoyed it!

Thank you! I'm glad you liked it! :)

Thanks for playing! I'm glad you enjoyed it!

Probably the best cowboy bean dice rolling simulator out there. Very short and sweet. If you update the game post jam, some hotkeys for selecting your guns would be a nice QoL feature.

Good job on this dev :)

0/10, Game never told me if that was a dice or not.


Thank you very much for the kind words! when I was brainstorming ideas, I thought "What if someone in power made their decisions by rolling dice" and I kept chuckling at all the scenarios that'd come out of that.
Thanks for playing!

I do have some plans for a post jam version, so maybe it will get some attention on YouTube. It'd be awesome to see their reactions to scenarios in the game lol. Thanks for the kind words, and thanks for playing!

Glad you liked it! Thanks for playing!

Thanks for the feedback! If it's not asking too much would you be able to tell me how to replicate this bug or perhaps send a screenshot?

Your take on the theme is genius! On top of that, the visuals are phenomenal for how little time there was to make them! The gameplay was probably the most lacking thing, but even so, it was enjoyable to play.
Definitely one of the best jam games I feel :D

Thanks for the kind words! For a little insight, this game was originally going to have a slightly more serious tone to it. Until I thought "What if the president "helping" with an invasion literally meant helping them take your country".  So "Help" is actually why this game became comedic focused. :)

Thanks for the kind words! I'm glad you enjoyed it!

Too be fair you couldn't of been worse than the last person in that office. They made choices by playing Rock, Paper, Scissors. truly barbaric.

Thanks for playing!

When it doubt, just "Attack" and hope for the best :D Thanks for playing!

I would consider reaching the end of the game winning :D But if you're wondering if there's a best ending there is. But it's very hard to get, needing almost perfect choices. A post jam version will most likely make it easier. Thanks for playing! 

The discord has a channel you can use to find versus games :D

I'll keep this in mind for future games and try to make sure they'll work in browser, thanks for the feedback!

I'm curious to know, is playing through browser the only way you can play, or is it just more convenient?

Sadly no, inorder to get this version to work on browser, I had to upgrade my Unity version, this caused a few things in the game to break, I may eventually repair those issues and get the game playable on browser again, but for now it's download only

Sorry about that!

Very nice! Glad to see more being added to this!

I just got one of the new endings after the hallway minigame :o I'll try and get them all :)

I agree with this point, but thankfully most of the unlocks are either not that good, or have a higher skill gap, so new players don't get overwhelmed (with a few exceptions of course!)

Very neat game! A lot of content for just 48 hours, very well done!

Yep I got them all, good luck with your update :)

The game was very interesting! I think I got all the endings? I really liked the creepiness of the long hallway in particular. Hopefully you keep working on this or keep making more games :)

Welcome back! :)

Very awesome! Now it just needs some procedural spells to go along with it lol

By all means go for it! Infact, it'd be great if you left a link here so people could see it :)

Glad to see one of my favorite series coming back! Always love coming back to this game.

Now, I did enjoy the 1st day (or 15th day?) of this new installment, but I gotta say it's slightly confusing the way it's set up currently. It seems like a mix between a sequel and a continuation of the previous story. And it conflicts in a way that just sort of left me confused, like it almost seems like all these characters I've known for roughly 2 weeks ingame suddenly were stricken with amnesia and forgot who the mc ever was. And you're left in weird state between the old and the new.

And I think that's the problem, as much as I love this game, and believe me, I love it a lot. It's neither a continuation or a sequel, It's just a weird mix of the two. And honestly, I like both ideas, I wouldn't mind having either one (both preferably!), But I believe one must come first and then the next.

I'm not sure if the dev is up for suggestions, but I'll give my piece.

If the dev truly wants to start fresh with a sequel, then I would say the best way to do that is to wrap up LM1, and a simple way to do this is to maybe fire our player, in fact, day 13 & 14 put us in a spot where we broke several rules. maybe the dev could work off that? And then start LM2 as a new employee. that way characters don't need to seem awkward explaining how to do a job I've supposedly been doing for 2 weeks.

But if the dev wants to continue the current story, I would say to drop all the new introductions and such and bring us back to where we were, and give us a true day 15 instead of a day 1.2.

I know the dev has been getting a lot of negativity for this release, and I think the main reason is because of "price" issue. I have to say, first off, that 4.80 is not a bad price at all for this game, but I think the confusion lies in people not sure what exactly they're getting. I would say the dev's best bet is to A) Merge LM1 & 2 and just make it $4.80 or B) Make the game a true sequel so people don't believe they're buying the same game twice.

And lastly, I hope you're doing okay dev. I know this is probably a sucky situation for you. A lot of people truly are unjustly upset over something small. But it seems like a lot of people here just want what's best for the game. Including myself. I'm sorry if any of this seemed like an attack but it is not in anyway! I know a lot of hard work goes into this game, and it seems like a series you care about, so I'm sure you'll make the decision you believe is best for the game.

I can't wait to see what's in store for LM! :)