Enjoyed this evocation of spinning an ever-wilder yarn -I would have liked a bit more connective tissue between the options, as some of felt a little too randomised, but a great effort in a short time!
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Great atmosphere and sad, eerie tone to this game - I enjoyed exploring the various regions. Agree with the comment below that I wanted a step in between exploring and reaching a dead end, but I know it's tough when working to a deadline!
Liked the strange atmosphere and the dream logic of this. The sound worked well with the eerie tone, but maybe got a but repetitive after a while. Really liked the use of alternate text in the job application email
Absolutely loved the concept of this; the act of gathering songs and the unreliability of narration and memory as the story progresses. Like a cross between 1001 Nights and the Child Ballads! Such a rich framework for a potential future game (which I'd 100% play).
This was fun! I think I picked the right witches because I knew them, or used the photos to guess, so all of my encounters were on the good side. But I really like the concept. Definitely something that could be expanded!
Really liked this, smart and Kafkaesque. Took me a few goes to get the hang of things, and I'll admit I gave up before the end after getting quite far through and failing... But certainly original and engaging.
Def impressed by what you all pulled together in the time! Especially the atmosphere and the mystery. (I also had to mess about with the screen a bit, in terms of finding how to click and move).
Very slick storytelling indeed; I played through twice (having got glimpses of the fantastical the first time around). Weirdly I think I preferred the mundane ending as a result, and the dream-like, unexplained events.
Likewise, I didn't win, just got eaten! But it was fun; especially enjoyed how the environment and denizens roamed, and the combination of fantastical and mundane. Also I made lots of knotty decisions going forward and back and I think there was only one mistake that I noticed, which considering the amount of shifting about is impressive!