In fact I used the whistle because I tried the quarters and they did not work...
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I dedided to give it another shot and this time I completed the game and luckily it did not crash. This time I skipped the boss, I'll try next time :)
You're right, gold can be skipped... but then why it's in the game?
My song goes round and round
Instead of stopping starts again
The music floats around
It starts all over at the end
Whirling, twirling, faster, faster, spinning, can't you see?
Maybe you will hear my song and come to rescue me...
(Congratulations, this short "game-which-is-not-exactly-a-game" is more creepy than many long and complex games...
A friend of mine was in a toxic relationship like this - many years ago. Luckily she dropped him and later found a better person)
Short but very, very good! I liked when the things turned scary...
This game made me think about my relationship with trains. I've always loved trains as a kid. Then I became a commuter, so now I tolerate them, but I still prefer them to cars. A couple of times I fell asleep and missed the stop - of course, when I had an important appointment at the correct stop, and this is scarier than spiders! Now I'm quarantined because of the coronavirus outbreak and - believe it or not - I sometimes miss my trains, even with their dirt, delays and cancellations...
Nice game (except the boss monster which is totally unfair: completely unexpected, you can't backtrack and if you die you cannot reload). The REAL problem is that the game CRASHED twice! It crashed while saving (once autosaving, once when I explicitly saved). A command prompt appeared but I could not type anything. Sorry I forgot to take a screenshot. I reloaded the page in the browser (I'm using Google Chrome 80.0.3987.132 on Windows 10), I loaded the last saved game, it worked but I lost ALL my inventory! To add insult to injury, the first time I reloaded I was "magically" placed in the cave level OUTSIDE the walls, without tools. I restarted from scratch, I was very near to the endgame, I had all the benches, all the gem tools, and... CRASH, again, lost everything. I gave up :(
About the gameplay: I liked it, but the progression wood/stone/iron/gold/gem is too unnecessarily long and time-consuming. If I were you, I'd remove gold completely from the game and go straight from iron to gem, or maybe you could use gold for something else (after all, the idea that gold tools are better than iron tools is ludicrous EVEN for a game that has zombies and magic pockets).