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Yeah about that, I put a 1 out of 15 chance to get a phone call anywhere you go because I thought it’d be annoying and make dodging certain encounters harder. The phone calls you get are supposed to be randomized, but I only made three for the demo because I honestly didn’t expect other people to trigger it that often.
Oh jeez, I just realized, did you get Devon before attempting to to here? I just realized that I might have messed up the event flags because usually on all my play tests I went to the shrine before getting Devon. This might be why it’s messing up for you.
Have you met Trish? You should already have it of you fought her. If you haven’t, go into the shrine, walk all the way down the staircase (make sure to touch the last tile) then walk back out. You should be in a new room that will lead to you getting it.
EDIT: If you have met Trish, have you gone into the hallway in the shrine? If you do, remember to step out for the next part. :3c
Ah, thank you so much! Oh, and I appreciate your critcism of the forest. It was tough trying to figure out the ideal encounter rate for that place, especially as the person making it, so I really value the perspective of an outsider on it!
Fishing Minigame 2 is a pseudo-visual novel where our JRPG heroine decides to forget about her main goal to go play fishing minigames all day. While the first Fishing Minigame is recapped, it'd be nice to check out yourself, especially since it's a browser game.
- 1-2 hours of gameplay!
- 4 main endings, 2 special endings and 22 side endings!
- Passwords that are used to advance the game and achieve the side endings!
A lot of this game's design is primarily because I made it for this One Map Game Challenge for RPG Maker and I think I did a good job at working within those constraints!
Howdy, I'm Dari, local amateur dev. On top of trying to do my own dev stuff, I also run Indie Hell Zone, a site focused on covering indie games that I've been running for at least a year now.
As June is Pride Month, I was thinking about spending the month looking at and promoting games by LGBT creators! Ideally I'd want to look at shortish games (like up to two or three hours) and I have no real preference on game genre!
Thanks for playing this and I'm glad to hear your thoughts! One of my main fears for this jam was getting looked over and not getting any feedback, haha...
Yeah, the greaser actually used to be easier, before I gave him the random chance to do two moves. I debated whether or not I should give him a defense debuff skill and in hindsight, I really should have went through with that, haha.
Glad to hear your thoughts on my review! I've actually been looking forward to playing PALETTA since I've already been following the team. The team behind it made a demo for another sort of adventure game called XV, and I recommend that you check that out!
Hello, I don't really post a lot on forums but I thought that I might as well make an announcement for my latest thing. Dreaming of Shadow is a simple Twine game about a collector trying to trade rare LSD: Dream Emulator stuff for a statue of Shadow the Hedgehog. It has 14000+ words, three endings and general nonsense.
Heya, I've been playing through this and I'm wondering how you're supposed to solve the puzzle after you get all the evidence. I understand that you might need a certain Wig variant, but I'm not sure how to go about it.