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what a cute idea! I loved getting a digital tour of agdq :3 and CAT PUNS!

I want to be........


whoah. this was really great. full of mythological portent. and you TOTALLY nailed the feeling of the suite imo.

this is so freakin cool! and the goblin is adorable :3

what's ironic is that Onion (the fictional character) could EASILY be "the fool".  I've always thought of the fool as the "protagonist" of the tarot deck and the whole noir detective archetype follows kind of a "jumping into the unknown" feeling.

I could also see "the magician" being a good fit

Omg this is hilarious :3


ooooh I really liked the symbol writing!

i wanna live on cat island!

this is such a good bitsy! that intro line "The world was boring so I sailed away" sets such a great tone!

*comfortable silence* might be the best caption ever

it's like this little glimpse into a strange world :3 I love it!


prog might suck but this game does not!!!

:O a sequel to one of my favorite bitsy games of all time!

thanks :D :D ( I think I didnt have comments open before whoops)

aaaah this is delightful. the music is so good and the whole atmosphere is on point :3

this is excessively cute :3333

*makes bee drink a glass of water*

*puts out pillows and blanket for bee to crash on couch*

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Abandoned malls are some of my favorite spaces... This does such a good job of evoking that environment, The waving grass and overturned bins. I also loved that the avatar was two people! Very clever :D

yeah... the youtube link that plays the music has been broken for a while :x

a lot of times bitsy games feel well ... bitsy, intimate. this felt expansive in a really cool way!

Fantastic art and some seriously laugh out loud moments :D

loved how grounded this was to a sense of place, beautifully contemplative 

thanks :D im super glad it was able to conjure up sound! I loved that warm fuzzy sound of tv static!

I really love the constellations! 

the ultra low contrast on this one is really interesting! and it reminded me that I need to clean my computer screen >_>

I escaped! im always a fan of secret doors :D

extremely powerful, wow

Love the freeform nature of this! And bonus for single room :D

Im seriously in love with with the conveyer belt sequence!

Scale is A+ text gives a great feeling of unsteadiness too

Can't seem to get this to run on chrome yet, seems really cool though!

Utterly beautiful, eerie and fantastic ... MORE!

Hello! I hope I am not stepping on any toes here, but I wanted to start a thread to share some free/cheap assets that people might want to look at to use in their gameprojects. Depending on how you view game jamming, bringing in outside resources is generally considered ok. I'm generally in the camp of "whatever gets it done" myself :P

so I guess ill kick this off with links to my asset packs which are free to download/edit/use in your project:

1. Hi there! What's your name? Want to introduce yourself?

I go by Bobby when i'm not behind a digital avatar - also Mozz and ModernModron

2. Did you participate in the last jam we held? If so, what do you plan on doing better this time? If not, what's your reason for joining?

so i'd fall under the catagory of "semi-experienced developer" however, I have never actually done a Twine game, despite adoring the format, so I wanted to use this as an opportunity to write something for once, as well as be a resource for the community :)

3. What games are your favorites? Did any of them inspire you, or made you want to make your own?

I adore adventure games, the old point-and-click as well as hybrid games that take inspiration from them. Just finished Dreamfall Chapters and im pretty hyped to doing story

4. Do you have experience with game development? What did you do/with what engine?

I've used various engines, gamemaker, pico-8, puzzlescript and I usually go for games about exploration or weird games that are mostly static!

5. Tell us about something you're passionate about!

I really love the element of suprise you get from jam games, what people are able to pull off, the sheer creativity - I love it.

It required me to finally download studio so I'd have access to lists T_T