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Llewelyn 'NylePudding' Griffiths

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Thank you for playing! Unfortunately I only had about 5 days to do this, so hopefully I can make sure all those grammatical errors are gone next time.
You also make a good point, I didn't make the objective clear at all. 

I'm really looking forward to playing everyone's! Unfortunately I had to rush mine a little since I won't have access to a computer for the next 2 weeks, but I had a great time making it. :D

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Thank you for playing folks! 
I would love some feedback and any bug reports you find. Unfortunately I might not have time to fix them before the deadline, (I'm going on holiday for two weeks soon!) but they're always really useful to know and I can fix them later. :)

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Thank you, I'm glad you enjoyed it! It's always tricky to tell how difficult puzzles are for a text-based adventure until someone tries it and I didn't want it to be frustrating. :)

Hello there everyone! My name's Llewelyn, I've been entering game jams for about 6 years now, although I've been getting much more involved recently. I work as a  full-time programmer outside the games industry, but I'm hoping to make the transition to the games industry soon. :D

Any tool that helps people get into game design is my thing. 

Can't wait to play all your games. :)

Thank you, I'm pleased you enjoyed it! 

Ah that's strange, the audio works for me on itch but another friend of mine reported the audio not working. Thanks for the heads up,  I'll look into it. :)

I'm really glad you enjoyed it! The music could definitely use some work, the title screen is a bit too repetitive for my liking. 

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1590! I got no where near that while testing, haha! Looks like you're the jelly master!

Glad you liked the difficulty curve, I did that in about an hour towards the end of the jam. I think I'm going to adjust it so it can start with different colours, so there's some variety. 

That brown jelly is a delicacy. 

Thank  you for the feedback, I think I'll add some more detailed instructions! :)

Thank you! :)

Yeah a little tutorial would definitely be nice, I think I'll add that when the jam is over. 

Such a  cute idea, I really like this game. :)

Really neat idea, almost managed to make some jam! I got to the stage just before boiling, for some reason I couldn't get my boiler to work after a while. 

The biggest frustration was placing the tracks, if you can make that more streamline that would make a huge difference. :)

Such a bold style, really loved the different portaits and how it gives the game a really unique feeling!

Is there a place I can download them, or listen to them? That would be great! :)

I'm definitely going to try and make some levels of my own, should be a nice way to get into Castle. :)

Really cool game, loved how surreal it is, I only got as far as the bouncy red squares, but I'll give it another go!

Also the music is incredible. 

Really, really enjoyed this!! Gorgeous animation, and lots of character, I'm still looking for the lady bird but I'm sure I'll find it :)

Had a really good time with this, love it how the difficulty escalates! It gets surprisingly tricky near the end. 

Really cool! :D Actually really quite difficult, I only got about 9.5 :)

Really really nice little game, managed to win with 57 steps and 10 cards played. Some really fun little decisions, and it's always exciting to see what you're going to draw!

I had a great time with this, nicely done. :D

Really enjoyed this! Some good puzzles and a nice sense of place. :D

Really cool, love the switch to different perspectives and the dialogue choices. :D


I'm glad you found it useful! :)

I have the strength of ancient trees! :D

I found spook city by ruben, which is really cute .

I love it how people are being creative with the sound effects. 

Hello everyone, I'm hosting a sok-stories jam and I would really appreciate it if you considered joining! If you don't know what sok-stories is, it's a little tool for making point and click adventure games. 

You can check out sok-stories here:

You can check out the jam here:

I'm hosting a sok-stories jam, if you're interested please head over to: consider taking part. :) 

My pleasure! :D

I'm pleased you enjoyed it! I've never heard of that before, I'm working on a larger project so that might be of some help. I'll check it out, thank you!

Really wonderful little game, really pretty too. 

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Hello sokpop!

I have a feature request that could be really powerful, and it's only a small change. Could you please add a transition go-to rule that goes to the previous scene in the player history?  This make it possible for the player to have an inventory of objects! 

I like the style, really effective. Really enjoyed my time :)

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Agreed! Although I tried to share a collection there before and it didn't let me, I think it's because it only allows links to individual games? Maybe I did something wrong when I tried to post.

Really, really cool game. Thoroughly enjoyed it! Got most of the endings, but still about 4 more to get. :) 

I think it would be  really useful if there was an official place on for sharing collections. Even if it was just a message board, somewhere for people to curate different games and share them with everyone. 

Hello there, I've curated over 30 games that came out last month, all of which are exciting, beautiful, fascinating or a combination of all three! 

I also wrote about 4 of them on a website of mine called, please check it out if you're interested. :)

This year I'm curating monthly collections of any games on this site that catch my eye, I think it's wonderful just how many really exciting games you can find here. Here's another link to the collection:

Very enjoyable, really cute graphics, really satisfying to complete each level :) 

Thank you! I'm expanding it with a day/night cycle (mushrooms and fireflies!)  also porting it to Unity, want to get more familiar with it. :)