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Sarah Gould

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It's so peaceful!

Feels like walking through a bunch of coffee-shop AU's of various myths. Added a heart for the sleepy Martian bees!

Oh my gosh this is like House of Leaves, Sierpinski Triangle Edition. Very cool art and surreal atmosphere - and I love the mess of tiny furniture toward the end!

I played this at work without sound (I'll listen to the playlist later, promise!) - even so, the story is so well-told! All the vignettes, the background conversations ("I'm talking to someone offscreen!"), the turn of the seasons, the tape-themed UI details... all tying into the tale of the two people at its core. A relationship in all its beautiful, messy, bittersweet glory.

Pear and Onion working together to save the day! Gosh I love the racing scenes in this. *vroooom.*

Thank you!! Such amazing company I'm keeping in your write-up, too - I'd never played the knitting one before.

Thank you!

This is hecking awesome! Disorienting, in a good way

The story is so lovely and melancholy!

Oh no now I am sad for sad dad =(

The ghosts are so cute! Also, wandering around waiting for the screen to flash and the ghost to appear was surprisingly tense... And the mirror really sells the twist!

This game is so heartwarming, and all the analyses of the earth items are a sweet twist on the mundane - they really do feel more wonderful this way!

The architecture and colors are beautiful and spooky, and the little details around the mansion - the bones, the blood - add so much to the mood.

This is everything I wanted from The Sims! Building lovely houses and taking care of llamas. I like the simple idle-game-like loop here: make sure can take care of one llama well, shear it, buy another llama, build out your villa to support more llamas, shear them, rinse and repeat. There are quality-of-life features that would be nice (mood indicators for llamas, better discoverability for the wall-toggle, clearer indications of when a llama can't access something because it's inaccessible vs when there are llamas in the way, easier wall/floor building) and it would be lovely for more of the items interact with llamas somehow. Also I think some of the shop categories are getting cut off on smaller screens, so I couldn't access (for example) the couch. But overall I love seeing such a minimalist take on such an ambitious game, and I'm totally enraptured by it!

Crunchy, heck yeah

This is fun, it kind of reminds of Bond-esque spy shenanigans

This is so thoroughly charming and adorable! It makes me want to have a potato dance party.

So many sad things, one for every sad time - I will return to it when I too am sad

I feel like playing this right before bed would make me afraid to fall asleep, lest I dream that dream... I love this kind of existential horror take on creativity and art tho

This is really fascinating, and I'm glad you're feeling better! I have learned so very much about spleens.

What a lovely adaptation! I really enjoyed this. I like bitsy as a poem format in general, but it works so so well with e.e. cummings.

Thank you, Sebastian! Those are some beautiful thoughts about my game, and some excellent company to keep in your compilation.

Thank you and thank you! I did struggle to keep this game running at its full framerate, so I may need to reach out to someone with more experience debugging performance issues to track down the issue.

To clarify - your game had more flirting in it!

This is so sweet, and really captures the feeling of a summer road trip with friends - well, maybe with more cute flirting in it.

I am so full of feeeeeelings! It is so cute, and so sad, and that nightmare sequence was terrifying, and the space bubble feels like such a good image to express how I feel sometimes.

Thanks! Fantastic video as always, Jupi - I really enjoyed seeing all the different ProcJam games that I didn't get around to playing, too!

This is so cute! The alien designs are delightfully strange, the different environments are so unique and detailed. And the twist is excellent.

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Yay! Thanks!

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I have a friend with Arch Linux, so I’ll see if I can recreate the bug. Thanks for pointing it out!

EDIT: Bug confirmed! I made this in an older version of Love2D (0.10.1), and the current version (11.1) appears to have breaking changes.

EDIT: Updated for Love2D 11.1. You can download the new file.

Thank you!

Pastel space is the perfect home for this beautiful and wise space whale. :)

Wow these are some neat bitsy tricks! I love the "narrator" and the irritable crow especially.

Hehe. :)

This is such a fantastic concept and such gorgeous art! This is easily one of my all-time favorite ideas for space whales, right up there with the Callowhales from Radiance.

Yeah, it's so pretty! I think I've got 4 endings myself, working on more...

Space whale is just my mood all the time.

All the mechanical systems are so well illustrated, it’s fun to imagine them all working together.

It is definitely a bit moody, but I was not sad making it. :)

Thank you!