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Oh gracious, I was a telemarketer for less than a week way back when and I could FEEL my soul leave my body as I played this. X'D Great game!

This is cute! Mine is a 1-inch tall tiny light with tiny legs that lives in a LEGO bus on my desk. Reminds me of having an imaginary friend when I was little.

Such a fun concept and great art! :D

I didn't expect streaming this to get deep but dang. O_O Thanks for a fun game that reminded me of the joy of drawing!

Add some epic, cinematic music.


Oooh lots of good menacing/intense loops here!

Adding Dumpster Diving to my "songs I wanna use in videos" pile. :D

This is a beautiful book. I love poetry that is impacted by paired images and how words are placed - reminds me a bit of a Softer World while also being something completely original. 

Today on "Things I got in the bundle I will never use, but I just think are really neat." I don't make games but it is indeed a cute cup! 

I've been looking for something exactly like this to add some of my doodles to my streams! I can't wait to try this out. Thank you! :D 

I did a vid of this game and had a great time! Made me think a lot about why I draw. 

I really loved what I got to play of this - it certainly reminded me of growing up in ye olde Web 1.0 years - but I'm having the same issues others have reported with clicking things just not working sometimes. Ultimately, the "log out" button wouldn't work for me, so I was unable to save my progress to continue the game later. :(


Super fun little game! Just the right amount of challenge. Just a few comments: 

1. When I failed level 3 and started it again, the main menu music overlapped with the level music when I continued.

2. A visual barrier marking the edge of the map would be useful.

Dang, this is fun and trippy! Nice work!

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These have such a cute energy to them! I especially like track 1. 

So cute!! And I appreciate that you can complete it in about an hour. So many of these idle/management games drag on far too long. 

I think an option to choose which character you are would be helpful. I get the idea behind it being random, but it makes it harder to look at all the scenarios and choices.

Oh this is a NEAT idea. Can't wait to try this out! :D If I manage to complete a cycle I'll come back and show the results! 

Yayyyy I found this in my bundle and I can always use more good pixel fonts, thanks! purchases don't give you a Steam key unless the game dev specifically decides to offer them, and I don't see such an offer on this game unless I missed it, so I don't think so. 

Not like any other text adventure I've played. I love how many unique mechanics are in play here that add to the impact of the story.

This is way too addictive. Ever consider adding a time trial mode? :D 

It be like that sometimes. I DL'd and played it and it seems fine to me!

I really like the concept, but it's a tad frustrating to play a few things that would help IMHO include...

1. A clear chime when a new truck shows up.
2. A way to speed up time. 

Interesting little puzzler! I wish the UI for dragging and dropping tiles was a bit more clear though. 

I wasn't sure about this when I started, but by the time I finished I missed it. This is weirdly relaxing and very cute. 

Really fun, neat idea... and very difficult. I'm usually dead before I can even see what 00 is asking me. %D;

With the way the game is laid out and a lack of a full-screen button, I can't see the entire game without scrolling up and down, and sometimes the "Submission to Game Jam" flag gets in the way. These elements made it too frustrating for me to really play long enough to get a good impression. Interesting concept of the sanity meter in a roguelike though. 

Thanks for the fun little game! I showed it to my friend too. I don't think she has an account on itch but she loves birds and has been sending me her creations. ^^ 

I like how there's a bit more of a story to this one than the last! But I'd replace the repeat dialog with new things. The game is small enough to easily explore everything, so repeats just end up being annoying IMHO.

Really nice dialog in this one. Makes me wanna explore an old mall.

Interesting. One of those games that make you debate what technically counts as a game. Almost feels more like interactive poetry of a sort.