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also, I kinda knew it had nothing to do with what you were going for, but I kept searching around the moon for some sort of alien to pop out or some gaping hole to mysteriously appear in it. :S

What a sweet little story! With a very soft and sweet song too, a song of long nights gazing at the moon, anticipating even the tiniest correspondence from a sweetheart! 

I liked the little pictures that were added to the screen as it went. Why not take a picture of a pizza, they don't last long anyways, omnomnomnom!

A very {wvy}lovely{wvy} game!

Congratulations on your first bitsy! I like the night sky you made, and the funny underwater critters! Was the game just 2 screens?

Maybe we're all trapped in some kind of box that is the universe....???

wow, 32 of the ORIGINAL nanocritters! Yeah, I like these better than all those newer ones which devolved into using household objects for ideas (oh wait the mugu nano :P)

"drink-type"!

"dislikes: eye violence". Don't we all :P

birb! (-type)

Breb crumbs!!!

Is it read as one word, "bevil", or is it "b-evil"? I'm guessing the latter.

nope, Bevil is a nano.

Hee hee, fedora-type

wow, #20, thenix, I thought at first they looked like a guy doing pull-ups but thought that didn't make sense and that there are many ways to interpret sprites and was probably a squid of some sort. Turns out I was both wrong and right.

Nono!! Refusal-type! (not to be confused with Refuse-type). I'm pretty sure you ran out of ideas for sprites and animations so you you made that, then immediately named it. :P

Aardbark, that's a good name actually. Though in bitsy it's hard to make it look more aardvarky...

Were you really really hungry when you made these.... this is like, the fourth "seafood-type" I've come across!

This sigment is adorable!

These are all amazing! I had lots of fun reading through them, and also got a lot of ideas (to steal :P) for sprites! I hope you had as much fun making as I did reading it! And hey, maybe they'll catch on with your kids too!

Amazing game!!! Everything looks so lovely, I like how you did each of the four kingdoms!
Ack! Why did I have to keep touching the thing that said "do not touch"!?!?!

Oh, and I notice you had multiple endings too. A duet wasn't enough to save the world it seems...

Also, secret bonus points for fitting in not only torts, sneks, and forgs, but also axls too!

Nice entry! An interesting use of perspective!

Ah yeah, Borksy is currently bugged and can't access the hack database at the moment, but it will be looked into over the weekend according to the creator speaking on the bitsy discord. I hope you can find time to add the transparency hack once it's fixed so your short animation will look even prettier!

Lovely! I love the whole little town you made, and all their reactions to the stompy incident both great and small!

Oh dear, the most important book was stolen from the library!

I like Daubry's theory about the GL. I just can't see that big ol' boi being all that mean!!

(special mention to onion for the stompy art: it is the greatest thing ever)

This is a very sweet game and I love the simple and charming art!

I actually tried the com device randomly at first and got one right somehow and thought I could just wing it, but it seems like it was just a lucky pull so I went to the address book to get those friends their messages!!

Great job on your entryyyyyyy

Thanks, I'm glad you enjoyed it!

Thank you! :)

"Emotional Journey" is just meant as a general theme and has a pretty broad meaning, but, it in general means a character transitioning through as series different emotional/mental hardships that builds towards some final big change or realization for the character compared to how they started out. So, for example, a tragic-type journey would probably have a general series of hardships and/or mental turmoil ending in mental defeat or surrender, while a journey of self-discovery might have lots of ups and downs and revelations ending with a new sense of understanding about the world and/or about themselves.

Also I'd like to say again that you can take this Jam (and the rules) as casually or as rigorously as you like, so you don't need to focus TOO hard on getting absolutely everything in. Just having an impossible choice of 3 is fine for the branching path restriction, but, for more challenge, you could also try to add one extra layer to it for the "emotional journey" aspect, like, this choice is a build-up of something important in the characters life and will change them after they are subjected to it.

I hope this answers you question, and thanks for joining the Jam!!

oooooOOOOOO!

Interesting idea. It's pretty relaxing sounding as it is now.

Does the music change each time the button is pressed, or each time the whole game is loaded?

This really does look and feel amazing. And you really did something interesting making a sort of point and click style adventure in bitsy! It's a really different kind of interaction than normal.

Great game!!

I actually thought this was just an animated gif at first because, hm, I guess because there was no border because of the seamless colour matching with your background, but then I scrolled down to lennys comment and then I tried pushing a button and then....I felt silly

glub glub {rbw}{wvy}glub{wvy}{rbw}!

It's a very sweet and charming game! It really does bring back a lot of old memories of fortunes and fads and playground antics. It's a really great jam entry!

It was fun seeing the random tarot readings and their interpretations. How many of the cards did you include in your game?

you sure "fooled" me :P

I seem to have gotten trapped in the past. During the Justice card the player avatar is teleported to the side of the screen and no inputs progress the story

Amazing art and amazing game though!

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"squishy couch. Lots of cushions."

Those are the best kinds!

Simple and fun! I tried to uncover every square in case there might be some hidden message but I didn't notice one?

No comments?

Everyone is probably just waiting for a big chunk of free time to go through it all

or they probably just all said everything in the discord to you already

i'm sorry for stealing your time away from this masterpiece !

but wow...you went through a LOT for this secret santa jam!

Congratulations on your present!

And...just congratulations on finally being done...!

(now for the tarot jam  O~O)

"One can never have enough trench coats!"

This game had EVERYTHING! Action, Intrigue, Laughs, Groans, A Giant Hairless Ape, Everything! Amazing game!!

The art is amazing, and it's a really silly and fun story!

This is my favourite scene:


What an AMAZING game!! It's a really fun story, and personally, I liked all the undersea jokes :)

You really did a great job with the 3 word prompts, nice present!

woah, great game! And were those the themes, nostalgia, music, and arcade? Because it really hit the mark! I liked how the music was slowly added in as you played, and slowly built up!

Oh! I like the strange worlds you've built from just those prompts! And congratulations on your first completed bitsy!!

Lovely! Sluggly!

...Bitsly!

Amazing game present! It looks amazing, and it is an amazing little dino town! It was fun collecting all the pieces and the sweet (and a little sad) story that developed.

I also liked that looong bed for the long-neck

HEE HEE HEE! I'm glad you enjoyed the sillllly little ending! (though, there isn't really an Actual ending ending, just some extra dialogue spread around.)

And I'm sure we all appreciate being able to give you a little something for Christmas! Thank you for playing and enjoying and for everything!!

It was lots of fun writing silly small dialogue for all the funny and cute characters Onion made. Don't forget to thank onion for making the mouse hole and ghost basement! And the door ghost too, ooOooOOoooOOoooOo

Congratulations on releasing your game, and Good luck!!

Oh thank you! Sure you can add me, just as "Ripple" will be fine. Glad to see my note taking proved useful to you. Good luck developing your game!

Congratulations on your first game! And your first Bitsy! :P

It gives a good mysterious and otherwordly feeling! Well done!

Thanks for playing, I'm glad you liked it!! <3

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Ah, so at the end it explains who they are, and I would guess that also explains the strange building with lots of locked doors and keys. It was a simple but nice entry to the jam, well done!

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A very sad but sweet tale. There were lots of small details and pieces that came together to make the story feel so full, even though the game is made in such a minimalistic style! 

Great game!

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