Just reading the description of your game already makes me so nostalgic and happy at the same time. Great idea, great visual designs. I can't wait to try it.
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aw that's so sweet. I'm sorry there's not many endings in this jam version (I have to admit i had to cut some ideas to be in time). The "head-in-a-bag" is definetely the "happiest". Thank you for playing, and writing this comment :)
hey, guess what, I am not a big fan of zombies neither. I can't watch a zombie movie or play zombies games because it's terrifying me (I did give L4D a try though, my friends had a very good time hearing me scream every now and then). Anyway, thanks for your feedback, it's most welcome.
Monkey island meets Coral cave, with a lovely hand-painted art style! It seems to me like a huge amount of work: specific animations, dialogs everywhere, advanced inventory system... I'm impressed.
Thank you very much! You're right about the theme, we thought undead/zombies was in the Myth&Legend category. Anyway... we still had a lot of fun. Thanks for this Jam, I'm sure we are not the only ones who had fun here :)
Thanks :) Yep I totally agree with you about the art style, I feel lucky to have the opportunity to work with such a talented artist. About a "good" ending, Well... I'd say yes, as the writer, there is one I consider happier than the others. I admit it's not obviously happy though.
Along the Edge is an interactive graphic novel set in the European countryside, where your choices impact the main character's personality and appearance.
Daphné is at a dead-end. She's unsatisfied by her personal and professional life. So, when she inherits an old family house in a remote part of the country, she jumps at the opportunity to start anew.
Does she decide to embrace her legacy or does she hang to her old way of life?
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Hi there, I'm Nico, a french game artist and illustrator.
I made a (lot of) artworks for a visual novel project recently and sometime recorded my work. I thought time lapse versions would be interesting to see, so here they are: