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I dunno if this throws in my bonus PDF too but whatev

Just leave the room and come back, their positions aren’t fixed until they’re on the plates.

Slimes is a dungeon crawler RPG with a ton of visual novel-esque segments, where a person infected with magic and a gun-toting crusader try to clear a dungeon of slimes. It's a 3-4 hour long experience, and while it's free, you can also get a bonus PDF if you pay up some money.

I'm glad you liked it so far, I hope you're looking forward to the final release!

Howdy, I did a lil write-up on the game!

Wrote about this! I’m really rooting for this entry!

I'm sorry, I really wanted to like this.

Did a quick write-up on this! I remember you e-mailing me to check this out and I've only got around to doing it now!

Did a write-up on this game! When I was going in I didn't realize that you also made the Rock and the Rose, so congrats on getting second place last year on that!

Oh nice! Will this also be for the title screen?

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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!

Check out the page!

I gave it a play and did a write-up on it!

Please enjoy a write-up on this!

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! And omg, I didn't think realize that anyone would might fight McScriff head-on.

Did a write-up on this game! Probably the most addictive game I've played so far!

Wrote up an overview for this game, was a good time!

Oh man, I wish I read this comment before I played, I ended up falling into the same thing. +A+

Wrote about this!

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!

Played through this and wrote my thoughts on it!

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. link!

Did you mean to post your game using the project file? :V

I did a write-up on this! Short version: I really enjoyed it, but audio is an absolute must for the future!

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.

Here's my write-up for the game! The highest population I got was around the 200 mark, though I definitely could have kept going. I'm wondering, what other features are you planning for commercial release?

Wrote about this over here!

A short review for this!

Sorry for the video quality, but here's me playing through this. I thought this game's pretty nice.

That pacifist challenge is not as impossible as you say, though. ;)

Pretty fun thing! Your inspirations definitely sound like a weird mix, but I feel that it came together for a nice experience. Managed to get 18360 as my high score!

This was really cool and I liked the art! The text was a bit hard to read and the addition of sound would really make this lively, but it's still a short and sweet game!

I sure have been bad with updating my devlog, but uh, I've finished the game and submitted it last night because I was scared of sleeping past the deadline. Hooray!

The premise is really cool and that jelly is looking gorgeous so far!

This seems so cool, and I love the art aesthetic! I can't wait to play it

I sure haven't updated this in a while! So, I spent like a full day trying to figure out how to make enemies shoot and NPCs talk when you get near them. The biggest roadblock was when enemy bullets stayed in place, which is obviously a huge problem as during testing I got stuck in a kill loop whenever I changed rooms. Turns out I checked a box I wasn't meant to check and that was like, 2 hours spent down the drain over a simple mistake. But anyway, some more screenshots!

You're gonna have to collect keys to activate this spinning gate at the end! There's actually just 3 in the game - I don't know why, but the counter adds two keys for each one picked up, which is a problem.

Day ???:

I took a day off to do some personal things. And to try to hack my Wii (I'm bad at homebrew). But I got back to working on this today and this now has checkpoints! And so there's those crossroads, which will lead to a non-linear map, which the checkpoints are meant to make your life easier. Like, conceptually I imagine a Zelda-ish map with a few teleporters scattered around, and all the teleporters lead to the final boss, aka, the wolf.

My agenda for the rest of the night is to draw out the map on paper and plan ahead for the next few days!

For the summer session of My First Game Jam, I decided to get out of my comfort zone of using RPG Maker and text game engines and I'm challenging myself to make something in Game Maker!

The game is about Little Red Riding Hood, who's trapped in a magical cursed forest ruled by a wolf. Thankfully she brought her absurdly powerful gun that has unlimited ammo, so maybe she can make it to her grandma's house in one piece. The game itself is a top-down shooter, and I'm honestly not sure how long it will be because I'm trying to figure out mechanics as I go.

This is a video of my progress so far! I've learned how to do moving and shooting (WASD for movement and arrow keys to shoot), transitions, and HP, but I need to figure out advanced enemy AI beyond "sit there and hope for Little Red to run into you".

And here is probably the only concept work that I did before the jam started!

Hey howdy! I've been here a while, but I haven't really gotten into community stuff before. I mainly work on RPG Maker stuff and text game stuff, and I already have some stuff posted. I want to improve my sprite making skills and maybe learn how to code in the future (though I can never get a grasp on it).