I really appreciate the comment, it totally means a lot :3 also awesome that your into the idea of a series of Ascii games; thank you so much :3
You are an astronaut stranded beyond space and time, drifting further and further away from concepts of reality. You must guide your ship through a series of environments, pushing walls and luring enemies into traps to survive in hope of finding your way back home.
feel free to to let me know what you think, I'm always Listening :3
lol that's a pretty tough pick... they both have issues lol. Imaginary is more of a slog to play through if your not up for the visual novel type of game... and an evening alone is missing a lot; from story text, to audio... but is more of a game. I have no idea lol to be honest. I guess imaginary, it's complete with more direction than the other. Thanks again for taking an interest again bt 👍👍 it's really appreciated 🤗
Hey, so happy you're interested in playing it... also,
I totally appreciate the gesture of asking for my permission to play the game "publicly"...
feel free, It's totally okay in my eyes to do so(I guess I should limit that to my games, but in general also.) :3 good or bad(enjoyed or not), it's no problem :) Just happy to see that you're interested in the concept.
when you post the video, or start your live stream, if you're doing that... shoot me a link through email or here... would love to be apart of the audience :3
hope you have a great night :3
Glad you found it interesting enough to give it a go, sorry that you fell through the level lol... you are awesome for the posting the playthrough :3 I enjoyed the vid a ton, thanks for that :3
I am happy you played as much as you did, and actually read through the dialogue, lol not my favorite part of the vid; I am not crazy about the direction I took the game in really.
again, sorry it pretty much broke on you, but glad you gave it the attention you did. I really appreciate that :3 it really does help me learn and grow as a developer :)
sooo sorry it took me so long to reply... just caught up in some stuff at the moment...
I am so sorry the game doesn't display as expected... I sadly don't have a fix for that issue, as common as it is. Its really an example of unnecessary choices that turned out to be very poor in retrospect... I chose to not display the resolution(quality) selection window unity displays by default... and because of that... the only fix is not even an option. I am sooooo sorry about that... and unfortunately I cancelled development, so there just simply won't be a fix because the files are trashed...
I am just happy that you found it appealing... and am sorry that you could not play it.
I just hope life is in a good place for you and continues to be in such a place...
Take care; thank you so very much for your interest,
hey, I am so happy that you gave it a chance... it totally made my day :3. Im so sorry you got stuck, the game is super dialogue heavy and really requires you to read through the text to find out the solution to some puzzles... but yeah... Its my first sort of legitimate usual novel... thing... so i guess I figured it was going to be rough... and sort of boring; but all that aside...
to progress from where you were... The person in the chair ends the dialogue with a memory of dying... referring to only seeing lights on the ceiling move from the bottom of his vision... to the top... while being rolled down a corridor on a bed.
so all you have to do is look as far up at the ceiling from one end of the hall... then move to the other end while still looking up at the lights.
again, sooooo sorry you got stuck... there was tons of stuff I didn't consider before cancelling development.. like leaving the dude in the chair, rather than having him disappear and stuff... but yeah; I am just still so happy you gave it the chance you did. Thank you soon much, its really appreciated :3
Take care and thanks for your time,
sorry it took me so long to respond... I am currently locked away in isolation working on a new game for iOS... lol :3
Heeey, sooo sorry for the late response...Glad you found it appealing, and sorry you're having an issue starting it up. so if you'd like, can you walk me through what you did after downloading it; also, what os are you downloading it for?