Thank you. It seems to work though I don't know how to sit next to the lady on the bench. Also, should the bandit be running in place and not moving? Also, is there an ending to the game?
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I'm playing the mac build. I talked to the little girl to the right of where you start. After talking to her, I'm supposed to take her picture. What am I supposed to do to take her picture? I've pressed all the buttons and nothing happened. I also can't move away. All I can move is the camera.
Am I doing something wrong?
Is the game even beatable? I got out of the cell, but I can't find any of the items you show in your screenshots and I've tried all eight commands on every single person and item.
Also, pressing 1, 2, 3, and 4 on the keyboard puts items into your inventory, items that you can't use.
Does the game end? I thought the thing in the top left corner was a timer, but it just kept going off the line.
Also, I discovered a glitch. After pressing enter to get rid of the "maybe he committed suicide..." text, if you press enter a second time, the game will glitch out.
Also, the game doesn't let you talk to the hitman, but that might be programmed in (also, isn't really necessary since after talking to everyone else, it's obvious who did it).
I don't think it is a problem with the certification. Most games released on Itch.io and gamejolt aren't from identified developers and to play them, you either need to disable Security and Privacy settings or go to the Security and Privacy settings and basically say that it's okay for that specific game to run. The problem is when I go to play it, it says that it is damaged and should be moved to the trash. I've had this happen with a few different downloaded games, but I don't know why it happens.
Still, I appreciate you trying to make it work. Good luck with your future projects.
There's still a difference. Unlike your game, where everyone agreed that the main character should be sent to jail, people obviously sided with Tillman because the charges were dropped. It sounds like the only person who thought Tillman was in the wrong was Williams,. While it sucks that Williams didn't get officially punished or reprimanded for his actions, the important thing to remember is that the justice system succeeded in defending someone from wrongful punishment. Also, if Williams ever does anything like this again, he won't be able to hide behind the rules and laws, as he now needs to know (if he didn't know before) that his actions were wrong and there will be no excuse next time.
Your game tries to show mass hypocrisy, using situations like Tillman's as examples? It wasn't mass hypocrisy. If you tell anyone that story, they'll tell you "Woah, he went way overboard" and "Wait, you said mall, right? Isn't a mall public property?". I honestly can't think of any current examples of mass hypocrisy in this world.
As for your "How is ugliness (or beauty) related", why was the main character the only person who had those features? The features of extreme neglect and pale skin, which is generally considered unattractive (beauty is indeed in the eye of the beholder, but you can't ignore what is largely considered beautiful and ugly by the majority. If you do, then you'll never be able to effectively get artistic messages across to people. I'm not saying you should conform to the majority's opinion, but you need to keep it in mind as a lot of people with that opinion will be viewing your game and will use their views to interpret it). If you wanted to send the message that "this is unfair and it can happen to anyone", wouldn't it make more sense to have the main character look like everyone else? What I took from the game is that he was accused and punished for nudity in public because people didn't like his appearance.
For some reason, it says it can't be opened (it's not because I don't have permission to open it though). I tried Googling the problem and came up with this. Maybe it will help. https://superuser.com/questions/898124/the-application-someapp-app-can-t-be-open...
I don't understand the point you're trying to make. You're saying that people get convicted of a crime that everyone else is doing in the world? I can't think of a single crime where that is the case in the world.
If you're point is literal and you're pointing out that if you are ugly and you are naked in public, that you are more likely to be convicted of the crime then beautiful people would be, then that doesn't change the fact that you are breaking the law regardless.