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Cool look/feel. Unfortunately I couldn't figure out how to move or shoot, but would love to play this again properly some time.

Great idea and a lot of fun. I like that the map is consistent, but there could be scope here with shuffling the order of different rooms to give the feeling of being lost.

Thanks for playing! Music by Check out his stuff!

For what it's worth, I found the stairs at the end of each level a bit confusing, since I hadn't needed to use the jump mechanic before. I'd say go 100% 2d if you want to keep the top down style and use metaphors that work in two dimensions. 


What a delightful game. Brilliantly simple concept, and you've executed it so nicely.

Music is absolutely banging. Great concept too. Sometimes though I found that picking up more gold would occasionally make me go faster. Really hope you keep working on this, it's a great idea.

Hey, thanks so much for both your comment and your video, seeing someone play and talk through something I made had made me so happy.

After the alarming installation UX written in chinese, this was an interesting game. Maybe you could include more mechanics around collecting different things, or giving a player feedback each time they collect something.

This is absolutely terrific. So difficult to maneuver but so satisfying when you do. Music and visual cues make it. Thanks for making this

Oh wow! Love the idea of gamifying a mental health resource. You should pursue this, I think it could really help people. Maybe these guys can give some UX inspiration:

I'm usually more interested in a good mechanics driven narrative than i am in gameplay so am probably the wrong person to ask.

Thanks for playing!

Thanks for playing! Haha that's something I should probably add in in a later version. Thanks for the suggestion!

Could you post a link to the google slide file? Downloading doesn't seem to work.

Fun story, and the sound effects were very well made, (if a bit repetitive)>

I'm a sucker for any game that uses light as part of a mechanic. Love the aesthetic. Would love to see something like this with more of a structure/win condition.

Absolutely brilliant. Innovative mechanic, stellar interpretation of the theme prompt. You guys did really excellently. Well done.

Physics are a little confusing, but the concept and graphic elements are fun!

top down view adds a nice challenge. Really like the use of light to set the mood.

Similar to Houkime's comment, maybe you could experiment with adding a random chance of a ghost spawning even if you hit an enemy. Great idea for a game, Hope you build more out of it.

For something so simple, I spent a surprising amount of time just zoning out and swinging around. Great stuff.

Love it! Bow games are fairly well worn ground, but you made something fresh and interesting here. Well done!

Haha love the interpretation of the theme. Love making coffee. Great game.

Very addictive and a brilliant mechanic/concept. Outcome is possibly influenced a little too heavily by rng but that's a minor complaint.

Love the vibe of this, super simple, great use of colour and light. There might be some room to improve the general feel of the game, things like mouse sensitivity and how fast the projectiles actually move. Really atmospheric.

Thanks for playing! Really glad you enjoyed.

Oh no, it's supposed to go back to the combat scene. I'll look into this and try and get it fixed tonight.

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Thanks very much, I'm really glad you enjoyed. Big shout out to cheifemu for the music. You can see more of his stuff at

Hey! Thanks so much for playing, it really means a lot.

If you have a chance, could you let me know how you got to a dead end? I definitely ran out of steam towards the end, and there are still some bugs I'm trying to iron out.

This is a terrific game. Really well done

Laughed out loud.

I know it wasn't your intention, but I had the most fun beating the city level. was a cool ramp up to the difficulty curve at the end of the game. A happy little accident. Really cool!

This was great. Had a real cool Oh shit moment when I found myself on the ceiling. Really cool concept.

I loved this so much. We ended up picking different themes from the list, but made similar things, thematically.

That music really grows on you!

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Ooops the text was set to the same colour as the background! Music was made by cheifemu! You can see more of his stuff at

The difficulty curve is a little bit punishing but found the controls and ui navigation incredibly intuitive.

This was an immensely satisfying experience that thrilled me to my core.