I'm glad to hear you are okay. I look forward to more when you're able to get around to it :)
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I just realized the character was off screen so I just had to press left to have him come on screen. There was no glitch. I finally had time to play it all the way through and realized that. Looking forward to the new update! The story is getting really good.
I'm glad it's helpful :) I tried again and WASD/arrows didn't work so I finally tried the arrows under the "Num lock" and that worked. Now I can use the standard controls as well for movement. I'm not sure why that fixes it but I'm glad it's working.
Anyway, I look forward to playing more. The visuals are really good. I like the green lighting on the bad guy in the first scene.
Thanks. I got it to run :) I can't do anything once Johnny Cash starts playing. I assume I'm supposed to move around after? I just see this blue icon and a building nearby. I'm really curious to see where this goes.
Very professionally done game. I felt like I was playing a full priced game. I loved the voice acting and the puzzles were fun.
I'm going for the good ending at the moment. I got through the cross key door and am trying to figure out the last puzzle. It's been a while since I've been so invested in trying to get an ending, so well done!
Nicely done. I love Detroit so this was a really interesting game. It was short but to the point, conveying what was needed without drawing anything needlessly out(as is often the case with visual novels). I like that writing style. Good job with the visuals as well considering it only took a week.
Good luck with your next project. I look very forward to playing it.
It's a combination of the characters being memorable, the writing and especially the amount of choices I think that really makes it stand out. I play a lot of visual novels and I keep finding myself thinking "Yearning did it better..."
I haven't played in a while and still keep thinking of this game, so that says a lot about its quality. Oddly, Dan(the guy I initially ignored on my first playthrough) comes to mind the most when I think about the game. His writing was especially memorable and well done.
Anyway, I think I'll give Jame's route one more try. That is one elusive man. I just wanted to post this since I keep comparing games I play to it. Thanks for that, lol.
I just finished the game and am really impressed. Everything was so professionally done(the music and visuals). The length was perfect and felt like a really engaging movie.
I also loved the amount of choices. There were so many and I really had to think about what way I needed to speak to each individual person. That's rare in a visual novel as you typically don't feel it even matters, but I felt I needed to approach every situation differently here.
I've always been really interested in King Henry and it was pretty cool to get to play through the experience.
Is this on steam? It really should be if it isn't. It deserves a ton more exposure.