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Glad to read that :)

The best interactive comic I ever played!

That's on purpose, sorry. The game was meant as some kind of prank. I probably would do it differently today.

Sorry, the game was made in Adventure Game Studio who doesn't allow to make web version :(

I will! Thanks


Thank you !

Thank you and sorry about the racist slur, english isn't my first language and it's not always easy to know what is appropriate or not.

Hi, this is a game I made a long time ago and english is not my native language. I suppose you're talking about the "break your neck" joke. It was a reference to the Busta Rhymes song, but I see now how it can be innapropriate. Sorry about that

du génie, bravo!

Thanks for sharing. I'm glad you're OK too. I guess a few people aren't as "lucky" as we are so I hope these testimonies will help people talking about it/preventing it.

Such a great mood (the Bastion track sure helps!), and such a great rythm!
I loved every bit of it.
I encountered a blocking bug after picking "heist going wrong" after playing it through once. The last lines displayed were :

Is there more bothering you?
Please select most relevant problem
You picked: crime trouble
Ready ?

But the Readu option never displayed

I found a bug that prevented me to play to the end which is a shame because I really loved what I saw so far : great writing, great mood, and I do enjoy the little emojis next to the options, it's not much but conveys a lot.
The bug happened when I wame back to the bedroom with the broken windows after finding the phone, after talking to Lee. the description of the room was displayed on screen, but no option was available, i was just stuck here. I will probable play it again!

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I just loved it! I managed to reach almost maximal efficiency on my first try. I really dig this Emotional Machine Intelligence concept. AL's my favorite. I always had a thing for professionnalism. I want to be its bodyguard.

Super impressive entry. And voice acting? Wow. I really dig the whole idea, even if I miserably failed my first playthrough. I will definitely come back to it (but I have to play all the other entries first!).

I must say I'm a little confused to see a game made for Inkjam with (almost) not text in it ^^
I made it to the end. It's not very fun as it is but it's the beginning of something. I hope you'll be able to finish what you had in mind.

Great setting/asmosphere. Some kind of Victorian Annihilation. It also reminds me of Beneath The World, A Sea by Chris Beckett ( a book I LOVE) but I'm not sure why

Good job on the characters! I really like that witch.
I must say however that there is something with the font that makes it tedious to read, I don't know if the the font itself, the white outline, the background, the long lines (I played on a wide screen) or a bit of everything but my eyes were super tired at the end. Worth it, but still ^^

Wow, this is super impressive. I don't know how you managed to make all this in 72h, congratulations. I'm glad I played this on the morning and not right before going to sleep ^^

It's one of the few I NEEDED to try again to see the other ending. I would love to play a longer version with a more progressive erasing (I feel the hobby/friends/family options are all too big to be picked by anyone. But that precise hobby, that precise friend, that could work)

Very original entry. I really loved the idea but I too would have enjoyed to speed things up to skip directly to the codes (because I failed A LOT) I should have wrote down the sentences somewhere maybe

Great one. I would love to play an extended versions with more items/consequences maybe. That would probably take more than 3 days to make though 

Hehe you took me by surprise. It reminds me the novels I use to read as a kid (bunch of kids solving mysteries...) But with the perfect twist

I really enjoyed that one. Thank you

I tried with open and keep with the same result

Woah I really love your setting, characters and dialogues! I would love to play a bigger version of this, in novel/comic/if form !

I've been caught by surprise more than once (didn't know they made super Saiyan spells!). Well done in putting it all together in time  

This is promising. I hope you will find the time to write the end :)

It's funny, we both made some kind of incremental games with a grand mother, but we took VERY different approaches. The game would certainly deserve some polish but drawing+coding+writing all that in 3days is super impressive!

Thanks, it worked. But now the game crashed after "I forgot to say one more thing..." :(

Amazing entry. The perfect bite-sized interactive fiction

What a lovely game !

It's a nice game (even though the options-picking mechanics weren't obvious at first). I like the Waiting for Godot feels.

I tries on windows twice and encounter the same bug as Damon L Wakes : Stuck after the look around segment with no cursor to click on Take it/ Ignore after finding the book

I managed to call all the good witches on my first try!
(and of course I tried again to pick the worse witches everytime)
I love the idea and would definitely love to play a longer/more polished version.

Sorry I didn't say your second post! It does work with the update! And it was great, thanks

That was funny, and very "visual" somehow, I really feel like I just watched a movie.

Damn. This is my favorite entry so far. <3

Super impressive entry! 

I think I found a bug though, and I'm not stuck in a loop : In my bunk I used the Galaxy Wide Web and I can't get out of it. The loop looks like this :

Here you can access the Galaxy Wide Web!

make orders

order Pomato seeds

Fluffy carbs in a squishy shell.

Here you can access the Galaxy Wide Web!

make orders

order Pomato seeds

Fluffy carbs in a squishy shell.


Simple, short and efficient, I loved it.