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I loved the graphics and small conversations in the small town. Those friendly yet rough communications are something we have lost in the city. Unfortunately, I couldn't make good personal connections with the game. However, this slow and nostalgic feelings will bring good vibes to players.
Thanks, Max. I'm Bloodborne fan so I was happy to play this cute mini Bloodborne again. The map was quite well made to recreate the actual town of Yharnam. The Father Gascoin fight was easy but it was great, haha. The fight was very "genuine" as far as I remember. Anyways, thanks a lot.
It was very relaxing and genuine time. I have motion sickness issue while playing games, but I enjoyed this short walking simulator. I hope I could make the playthrough relaxing and enjoyable for whoever wanted to go for a walk with me.
Everyone deals with loss differently. The way you decided to deal with it might be controversial or difficult for others to understand. I don't personally agree with isolation to 'deal with' the pain but no one should be judging you for the decision you made or have made. Lighthouses are iconic architectures here in Nova Scotia, Canada. They are beautiful but always alone and showing light for others, not for self though. It was melancholic but I appreciated the concept.
This is just one upload of mine but I was utterly impressed by the philosophy delivered through the game. My feelings and emotions got so much brighter towards the end of this game. I went through really relaxing and enlightening moments. Thank you so much. This is an amazing indie game.
I enjoyed this game so much. I don’t think that every player understands or can relate to the ideas in the game easily but I was really fascinated by key elements such as the mask and the clock. I don’t know if that was creator’s intention but I could relate myself to the idea of wearing ‘mask’ customized by others with limited choices of colours and shapes. I played this game especially when I was feeling down and low in my life. I felt bit lighter after the experience. Thank you so much for making me feel not alone through this experience.
It's my pleasure to help indie game developers! I am usually better at handling my motion sickness issue by lowing the sensitivity. So, I actually lowered the sensitivity a lot this time. It was really nice of you to give players the option. I am usually okay when I play in the third person view. I know this is probably too much to ask but it would be nice if players can switch views, first person or third person. I was also curious to see how the girl looked like so it might be interesting to show the character in the third person view. Again, it's just my opinion and many players might just enjoy first person view more when it comes to horror. By the way, I'm glad to see horror games like this. So many horror games include shooting and fighing these days so I'm happy to see Ikai type of stealth and folklore based cultural horror. Hopefully, Ikai will be released in the next year. :)
Thanks for the demo! I'm curious to see Japanese culture in games. I played it in Japanese but I added English subtitles as much as I could. My feedback for the demo is included in the last few minutes, so please check it out if you are interested.
I enjoyed Time Out. I loved the pixel art and the music. The action scene was bit challeinging for me but very fun. I got the copyrright claim but I am not worried about that. Thanks you for reminding us though. I do not know if you would maake more indie games but I am looking forward to more if you will.
Thank you for creating us such a wonderful game. I was going through some difficult days but this game gave me a very relaxing 2 hours of gameplay yesterday. It wasn't a lot but I hope my donation would help you guys develop more amazing games. Sorry for such a poor introduction of Rusy Lake, but I made one to share how wonderful the game was. Thanks again, folks. Stay safe everyone.
I fell in love with the art so I decided to purchase th game. It was really beautifully sad. I enjoyed a lot. Because I live far away from my home country, the ending made me think a lot about it.
I just wish I could read the texts little more slowly to be honest. Thanks for the game!
Short and emotional. I love this type of graphics. I'm sure that this story touched some people very deeply. I wish I could interact with more objects within the game to understand the background stories. I just wanted to leave some honest opinions here. Thank you so much. Stay healthy and creative. :)
I enjoyed the combination of fishing and horror. I liked the retro vibe and ambient sounds throughout the game. I was trying to catch the key for like 30 minutes and realized later that I needed something else lol Anyways, I enjoyed it a lot. I translated into Japanese verbally. Hopefully, more Japanese speakers can appreciate the game.
Hello, creators and developers, and my potential viewers. Thank you for offering the opportunity to play this game. It was nostalgic and cute in so many ways. The animation and SE were really nicely done. There are some things I felt bit awkward in the dialogues, personally. This could be cultural thing though. I also felt bit too old for this type of game. Anyways, if you are interested in hearing my opinion, play the last 5 minutes of the video. Overall, I think that many young people like teenagers might enjoy this type of story. Thank you for reading.
It was utterly wonderful. One of the best horror games I've played in the last few years. I love the art as well, indeed. Thank you for beautifully but melancholically presenting the culture I grew up with. I played this game in Japanese for my viewers. Again, thank you so much.
It was definitely another wonderful game I played after The Librarian. I also purchased the art book. I added Japanese subtitles in my upload so that many of my viewers can understand the most beautiful avenge ever. Thank you for creating such a beautifully sad game.
This is a poetic and beautifully melancholic game. I fell in love with this polygon like graphics first but the story was also amazingly told in such a short period of time. Since I’m from Japan, I had some ideas and could make connections with the story. However, I finished the game with spiritual impressions. I’m looking forward to play this kind of indie game again. Thanks for putting wonderful effort in developing this kind of game.