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Looks great! Kinda getting a Polar Express vibe from the setting idea. 

Congrats on all the self-made assets; I'm only just starting with 3D and it's so tricky - so it's great to see an effort to stay original with asset creation.

Look forward to seeing how this shapes up!

Hi!

Thanks for submitting 'All Star Murder' to the SCREAM SEASON jam! 

Unfortunately, SCREAM SEASON is a jam intended for creating new games during the jam period. Also, whilst users are free to charge for their games if they wish generally, doing so in a jam is unlikely to cause the submission to be played or rated. 

For these reasons we've removed the game from the jam. Thanks for understanding. Hope 'All Star Murder' shapes up to be a cool game! 

- SCREAM CATALOGUE

Hi, thanks for joining! It's completely up to you - there's no need or expectation for you to mention the jam's name in the content of your game or the submission description. Cheers! 

Good job on this - the idea that the game becomes progressively 'corrupted' is an interesting idea that harks back to the randomised textures of LSD Dream Emulator quite well. Would have been nice to explore a little more without the boundaries, but I like the scenes that you created for this!

Love the lo-fi approach; I was able to explore everything pretty quickly I think. Interesting that it was also inspired by a dream journal - have you seen the published version of Osamu Sato's journal? Anyway, this echoes the atmosphere and mechanics of LSD Dream Emulator pretty well. Good job! 

Isometric city-builders are up my alley, so I really liked the execution of this! Reminds me of the map tools for early Sim City games or OpenTTD. I think there's interesting potential for this tool but regardless on it's own it's a neat idea! Good job!

I like the idea of this! Aimlessly wandering amidst the endless neoclassical buildings gave me a little flashback to getting lost in cities when I travelled overseas. Everything fits together well too - good work!

Great work on this game! It has a very dreamlike quality to it that's aided by the day/night cycle. I love games that encourage exploration and allow the player to wander through the setting at their leisure. The procedural element of the game makes the settings more diverse, although the sight of seeing distant buildings flicker and change models before I got to them was a little surreal. I enjoyed this a lot! 

The name of he was Pumpkin Pete, 

with sneaker shoes upon his feet, 

Minuscule and indiscreet.

Upon pumpkin platforms did he leap,

To scale the large living room suite, 

And never give in to sound defeat. 

The name of he was Pumpkin Pete, 

with sneaker shoes upon his feet, 

Minuscule and indiscreet.

Upon pumpkin platforms did he leap,

To scale the large living room suite, 

And never give in to sound defeat. 

What is man but a conjoinment of organs? Twain the tissue from the bone, he is not much of a thing at all, but bones - those things beneath that are only seen after a man is very much gone and a remnant vessel has taken his place. For each and all are very different at their exterior, but once you see the skull that lurks underneath the skin, there is truly not too much different between them. 

What is man but a conjoinment of organs? Twain the tissue from the bone, he is not much of a thing at all, but bones - those things beneath that are only seen after a man is very much gone and a remnant vessel has taken his place. For each and all are very different at their exterior, but once you see the skull that lurks underneath the skin, there is truly not too much different between them. 

The wild mob, armed with torches and pitchforks, chased the block-headed creature from the town and into the wilderness. It was aberrant, they said, a thing not of nature, an infiltration of man unto creation. It fled into the forest and sought refuge in a chapel, but the crowd did not abate, and on it stumbled to seek a place of greater safety. Was there no solace in this place?  

The wild mob, armed with torches and pitchforks, chased the block-headed creature from the town and into the wilderness. It was aberrant, they said, a thing not of nature, an infiltration of man unto creation. It fled into the forest and sought refuge in a chapel, but the crowd did not abate, and on it stumbled to seek a place of greater safety. Was there no solace in this place?  

TO: happypalace@cybermail.com

TOPIC: Refund for EMULATOR (COMPLAINT ID# 34023)

Hi. I am a consumer of Happy Palace deep web services and purchased your product 'EMULATOR' three weeks ago, and was looking for a refund. Basically I was expecting the product to be an all-in-one software console emulator, but when I put the installer CD in my computer, the disk launched software that compromised my computer and basically made static appear on my screen. Concerned by this, I took the computer to a repair shop that day for a recovery, but I haven't heard back from them yet. Unfortunately, the store recently had an incident, so I'm not able to return the product. Apparently the staff were found dead - stabbed, apparently - and my computer self-combusted in some sort of electrical fire. Notwithstanding this bizarre occurrence I believe your product is maliciously designed to attack and destroy user software and if a $200 refund is not given I will see you in court to repay costs for my computer. Thanks.  

TO: happypalace@cybermail.com

TOPIC: Refund for EMULATOR (COMPLAINT ID# 34023)

Hi. I am a consumer of Happy Palace deep web services and purchased your product 'EMULATOR' three weeks ago, and was looking for a refund. Basically I was expecting the product to be an all-in-one software console emulator, but when I put the installer CD in my computer, the disk launched software that compromised my computer and basically made static appear on my screen. Concerned by this, I took the computer to a repair shop that day for a recovery, but I haven't heard back from them yet. Unfortunately, the store recently had an incident, so I'm not able to return the product. Apparently the staff were found dead - stabbed, apparently - and my computer self-combusted in some sort of electrical fire. Notwithstanding this bizarre occurrence I believe your product is maliciously designed to attack and destroy user software and if a $200 refund is not given I will see you in court to repay costs for my computer. Thanks.  

Upon the witching hour, they say the mansion teems with beings from another world. Apparitions, if you will. I prefer to call them house spirits. Nobody has ever *seen* the spirits themselves, but there have been cold spots felt, movements seen, and strange mewling noises heard. If one were to spend a night in the dark within the halls of this archaic place, I am certain they will appear. Are they friendly, or are they malevolent? Nobody knows for certain, but I intend to find out for myself tonight. 

Upon the witching hour, they say the mansion teems with beings from another world. Apparitions, if you will. I prefer to call them house spirits. Nobody has ever *seen* the spirits themselves, but there have been cold spots felt, movements seen, and strange mewling noises heard. If one were to spend a night in the dark within the halls of this archaic place, I am certain they will appear. Are they friendly, or are they malevolent? Nobody knows for certain, but I intend to find out for myself tonight. 

There is an unholy noise, a vision, and I see them again. The monsters. Their eyes pierce my gaze, and there is a blinding flashI think reality is breaking down. Every time I see them, it is like the world shifts - or is it that the world is inert, and I am the one that is shifting? Either way, they have appeared on the walls now. I dread their voices, their unholy cries. It isn't long before they will come back, now. I need to keep running. 

There is an unholy noise, a vision, and I see them again. The monsters. Their eyes pierce my gaze, and there is a blinding flashI think reality is breaking down. Every time I see them, it is like the world shifts - or is it that the world is inert, and I am the one that is shifting? Either way, they have appeared on the walls now. I dread their voices, their unholy cries. It isn't long before they will come back, now. I need to keep running. 

How to perform the dark ritual - 

  1. Prepare four fronds of darkwort by mashing them to a pulp in a mortar.
  2. Place the darkwort, a goat's hoof, bezoar and a copper item in a receptacle. 
  3. Chant the Mourning Song as the contents of the receptacle are boiled over candlelight. 
  4. Burn the solution over a circle that has been burnt into the ground. Place the ash in a goblet.
  5. The goblet will begin to self-combust. The ritual will then complete. 

It is my third day in this infernal place and the monsters have now abated their torment, mostly. Many of them leave me alone, but the horned one still compels me to perform absurd trials...for what end? I do not know.  I was forced to wander a maze amidst lava that boiled and bubbled below my feet. The day before - and I say 'day' lightly, for time seems immaterial in this place - I had to hide from the being that shines brilliantly, causing me to fly into the void when I see its blinding yellow light. The torture seems to have no end, and no doubt forms in my mind that this absurd and terrible place is well and truly...Hell.

It is my third day in this infernal place and the monsters have now abated their torment, mostly. Many of them leave me alone, but the horned one still compels me to perform absurd trials...for what end? I do not know.  I was forced to wander a maze amidst lava that boiled and bubbled below my feet. The day before - and I say 'day' lightly, for time seems immaterial in this place - I had to hide from the being that shines brilliantly, causing me to fly into the void when I see its blinding yellow light. The torture seems to have no end, and no doubt forms in my mind that this absurd and terrible place is well and truly...Hell.

You're welcome! Hope you keep working on the concept and have a spooky Halloween.

Hi Josh, just wanna say that Pumpkin Pete was a highlight of the comedy side of the jam for me and we definitely raved over it on the Discord. Great work on  a platformer type game! Hope you enjoyed the experience.

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Dear diary - 

I think my life is falling apart. Cans and boxes litter the expanse of my spacious room. Nobody wants to go to my Halloween party, so I've just been browsing the Space Jam website for the past few hours. I don't know what time it is; I'm so tired. I just want to pass out but the pictures of skeletons on the wall scare me into a certain state of alertness...and worst of all, I think I keep hearing clowns. 

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Dear diary - 

I think my life is falling apart. Cans and boxes litter the expanse of my spacious room. Nobody wants to go to my Halloween party, so I've just been browsing the Space Jam website for the past few hours. I don't know what time it is; I'm so tired. I just want to pass out but the pictures of skeletons on the wall scare me into a certain state of alertness...and worst of all, I think I keep hearing clowns. 

Doors, endless doors, endless corridors. I pass through them all, hoping for a reprieve, an exit, but all I get are more passages. The dull flicker of the candlelight is my only guide. Sometimes when I open a door, a haggard woman emerges. She seems very upset that I have disturbed her, and wails, her bulging eyes dancing out of their sockets. I think she wants me to leave. But I can't. So I keep wandering, meandering, seeing the woman shriek her lungs out at me. Why am I in this place? And why does she refuse to leave me alone?  

Hi! I'm writing a short interactive fiction piece for the jam, but due to personal circumstances it'll probably miss the deadline - I'll likely upload it unfinished.

I've truncated the "all folks" comment from the rules - I think it's probably best to trust that everyone will just use common sense when publishing their stuff.

Hey, thanks for joining the jam, I hope you have a great first time! Creating a game in a deadline is always tricky, but remember you can always submit something unfinished and work on it after the jam is over! 

Good question! Spooky content is good - anything that's scary, disturbing, or just plain weird is totally fine! But at the same time, because anyone could play the games, it'd be considerate to just flag anything that could be a bit too much - stuff like fia glas mentioned above. Thanks for asking!

Hey Andrew! Thanks for joining the jam. Interested to see how your idea plays out - don't worry too much about ambition and time constraints; there's always time after the jam to finish the game if you don't quite get what you were aiming for complete!

Thanks for joining! One's just been set up. You can join it using the link below:

https://discord.gg/2nAxDjS

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AAAAAAAAHHHHHHH! If you're looking for a means of communication during Scream Jam, we've set up a Discord channel for you to join! The link to join is below.

https://discord.gg/2nAxDjS

Hey! Thanks for joining Scream Jam! It's not really competitive at all, so submissions from all skill levels are definitely welcome! Can't wait to get SPOOKY  in a few days, I'm looking forward to seeing what submissions come out of this jam! 

Thanks for joining in on SCREAM JAM! Let me know if there's anything I can do to help you find someone to work with.