Thank you for your gameplay! I'm glad you enjoyed the story ;)
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I'm sorry to hear that, are you using Sony Vegas by chance? I had the same problem once, and I fixed it following a guide on youtube, maybe it could help...in any case, thank you for the feedback, I'm glad you liked the game ^^
I don't think this game requires more music or fxs, but if you have a website where I can listen to samples feel free to leave the link. As long as your prices aren't too high I may consider using them for future projects ;)
Hi! Thank you so much for playing the game, I'm so happy you liked it (even though it was confusing XD)
To shed a little light, here are some--spoilers!
**YES, A LOT OF SPOILERS! BEWARE!**
Ok, about the Rudy matter and the double "nature" of the creature: I wanted the player to craft the story and the characters, so based on your behaviour towards the unknown creature (you can either be kind or a jerk to him, but also be "brave" or "scared") the game decides if YOU are the human or the monster of the story. Basically there are 4 combinations:
1)You are the human, the "kid" is a monster
2)You are the monster, the kid is human
3)You are both humans
4)You are both monsters
For the gallery image: I'm not sure if I understood the picture you are talking about, but I think it might be either the one for ending 3 (walkthrough, in the download section) or this one, try to pick:
Hi -- I'm...no one -- where am I? -- go with him -- eat -- don't say anything -- eat it raw -- be aggressive -- be evasive -- start a fire -- have you seen yourself -- sleep -- i need to find him -- don't -- yes -- stay with him
Let me know if this is it, if not I'm at your disposal 👍 and thank you again for leaving your feedback, I really appreciated it :)
Also, to i_want_out: I finally finished the game, and I reconfirm what I said...great job! I don't have any critics about it, the puzzles solution was logical (so everything made sense and didn't require an "impossible" way of thinking like Monkey Island, back in the day XD) and overall, the experience was engaging and fun. I was also very pleased to have guessed the "reveal"...the little hints were a nice touch!
So...I'm looking forward to your next games: the world needs more of them ;)
I've been playing for a couple of hours now and just got stuck, so I'm taking this opportunity to drop by and tell you what an amazing job you did with this game: I LOVE IT! I really enjoyed the puzzles so far, and I can't wait to discover the mysterious story behind it all. So...is there a walkthrough somewhere or maybe hints that can help me progress? Thank you ;D
Hi! Thank you for your gameplay and for your feedback on the game ;)
The other story-related endings are 1 and 3 (they expand only a little, though) - also, the ?? ending is the only one ^^
You're welcome ^^
If it's ok with you, I decided to use your video as the official gameplay for the game - I'm not that popular, but I hope it will help you get more views...you deserve them ;)
Oh gosh....I LOVED your gameplay :') you made me laugh so much with your commentary and the way you kept disagreeing with the MC's words (btw, I'm sorry for the traumatic beginning and the nearly heart attack at 8:49 X°D) and I'm particularly flattered/honored by the feedback your wrote...thank you çwç.
Since you seemed to have some rightful doubts about one moment of the story (that part IS confusing and probably not explained well), I wanted to answer them below:
When the MC accuses the kid of attacking him, he is referring to the whole bonfire incident. He thinks the kid extinguished the fire to take him by surprise and kill him (but probably failed). Then later, in the tunnel, he even sees him with a bloody face smiling creepily....but was this really true?
If you noticed, when the fire goes out, little "flakes" start to fall from above...WHITE flakes. Also, the kid couldn't have been in the tunnel, because he was asleep in his cave.
So, this is what happened: the real bad guys of the story, aka the "other creatures" ("them"), are attracted to the light (=white). Therefore, when you started the fire, you basically created a beacon...and since you were not colored in black yet, you got influenced and saw what "them" wanted you to see.
Hopefully, this may clear things a little...if not, just ask anything and I'll gladly answer ^^
(Sadly there's no option to pm you here on itch.io about the question you left in the ratings, so I'm going to do it here, hoping you'll see it **crossing fingers**)
Thank you! I'm really happy you liked my game! And yes, sadly it's short - it was originally for a game jam, and I decided to join last minute to see if after playing so many VN I could make one myself ^^
I hope you'll like my future games as well (unfortunately it may take some time before a new release, work and studies are forcing me on a pretty long hiatus) and thank you again for your kind words, it really means a lot.
One last thing...sì, sono italiana ;D
Thank you benyboy for taking the time to write a feedback, your words are very kind and I greatly apreciate them :)
I'm so, so happy you feel that way about my game: that was indeed the message I was trying to convey, and I'm so glad it came across. I wish you a great day aswell, and I hope I won't let you down with my future games!