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if I can turn my suffering into bitsies it's all worthwhile (and thank you!)

can't believe it took me so long to play this after the jam, it's so good! I love the variety in the rooms and your art style, and the story was adorably odd.

That was unsettling in the best way. I love the music and how it changes!

thank you! it is entirely autobiographical tbh, i'm glad you enjoyed it :D

Thank you so much! I'm glad you enjoyed it :D

I love it! Especially the ending. 

I am so glad someone saw that bit! :D 

it's definitely personal/relevant to me too, I'm sorry you can relate - thank you so much though!

thank you so much! <3

... oh no that makes it even sadder D: I'm glad people are finding that there are multiple ways to read it though, I tried to make it quite open-ended and open to interpretation... thank you so much for your comment <3

ah that's understandable, I end up doing the same thing a lot! I'd still be really interested to see more if/when you get back to it though

I have not finished this because I'm bad at games and can't figure out level 4, but I really like what I've seen! The music and ticking sound builds up the tension really well and I love the concept of the moving clock hand always coming for you.

I love the music and the look of this! Simple and done well, really liked it :D

oh wow, this looks fascinating! I'm really looking forward to seeing more of this world now...

thank you so much! I've played some amazing bitsy interactive fiction so that feels like really high praise :D

This is so, so good! I love the concept of a platformer inside a clockwork machine, and I love the multiple ways you've interpreted the theme - the clockwork, the need to precisely time your jumps, the way the player character ages. Plus you REALLY made the four-colour restriction work! I'd definitely play (and pay for!) a de-bugged, full-length version of this if you ever make one.

thank *you*!

Thank you! I'm glad the graphics conveyed the story well, I'm kind of a noob at pixel art'ing :)

Thank you!

Thank you! I always worry my art is a bit too simple so that's really nice to hear. :)

Thank you so much!

Thank you so much! I'd hoped to make something a bit bigger but it turned out to just be a really short story, I guess...

Thank you so much! :D

Thank you! I definitely do want to add some audio/music when I get the chance - just wanted to make sure I submitted before the deadline!

thank you! I'm very new to trying to tell stories like this and I'm glad it worked for you. 

Thank you! I'm really glad you liked it (and that other people can relate...)

I really like this! It definitely struck a few chords with me re mental health and self care, and it's a kind of zine/game I've never seen before.

oh gosh thank you so much!! I would definitely like to expand it a bit and add some music/sound actually :D

I failed horribly at detecting the murderer, but I loved this anyway! Everything from the music to the room designs to the little icons for clues/deductions is just so good.


aahh thank you! I can't believe I actually managed to submit something tbh...

Thank you! :D

Thank you! I like sealife. :)

I can't believe you made this in one day! So good, I love the concept and the way the view changes over time.

I love this! The dialogue is fantastic. "They're very slowly coming this way!" 

Thank you so much! I'm glad you enjoyed it.

thank you so much!! it's really good to hear something i made resonates with people. and i'll try! 

love this! I love the idea of making it as an rpg, and god, the concept (and those fucking tweets) is heartbreaking.

I love this, and the sheer fury you've conveyed in so few words. amazing.

Love this! Cute and surreal and fun :)