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I am very happy to read that you won the 2nd prize BlurredGames, my congrats!
And I am sorry that I couldn't play ASA 2079 yet;  actually I didn't play up to the end none of the games submitted. It's a messy moment for me, but I will make it! Hear from me later on, as soon as possible :D

Congrats Yazorius! Regrettably I couldn't play J.G. Field yet, and not even complete the end of Simon's Zly.ii. Just having a bad shortage of free time to use at my pleasure.  But, knowing your games, I am sure that you fully deserved the 1st prize! Have fun with the delicious 3d Black Cube ^^

Thank you a lot for your beautiful comment Yazorius! I found your post just now, by chance, because I didn't get any mail notification. I'm not familiar with itch.io yet and yesterday I posted a reply twice.  Actually I didn't find a page where I can read all comments and my replies together. I would like to read the comments for all the other games that submissed to the Black Cubes Jam too, but  can't find any
It makes me happy to know that someone had fun in playing Euler's cube, and you in particular. Calling it 'quality entertainment' has been honestly flattering for me, thank you!!!

Thank you so much BlurredGames! I didn't expect such a flattering comment. I didn't want it to be complex because I liked the  idea that every player could see the ending showing all the marvellous and intriguing BC projects.

I didn't play yet any game in the jam before finishing Simon's Zly.ii. His beautiful game is quite engaging and taking some times.  But I'm at the end and I can't wait to play yours and  the others.

You are right, it's out of love for the  Black Cubes series that I unearthed my old familiarity with AM, and now I'm happy that I did! Thank you again! I'll post my experience on ASA 2079 as soon as played.

P.s.: We all share a great luck: having enjoyed the Anterrans saga.

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Thank you so much BlurredGames! I didn't expect such a flattering comment.

I didn't play yet any game in the jam before finishing Simon's Zly.ii. His beautiful game is quite engaging and taking some times; I'm at the end and I can't wait to play your own and  the others.

You are right, it's out of love for the  Black Cubes series that I unearthed my old familiarity with AM, and now I'm happy that I did!

Thank you again! I'll post my experience on ASA 2079 as soon as I'll have played it!

P,s,;  I didn't intend it to be complex, because I wanted that everyone could get to the ending and have a look at all the marvellous projects in the series. We share a luck: having enjoyed the Anterran saga...

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Thanks, from the bottom of my hearth! I didn't expect such nice comments. Mainly for the reasons you exposed. Although I kept playing adventure games, it was about ten years that I didn't use Adventure Maker,  and I tried very hardly because I was motivated by my love for the  Black Cube series . I falled in love with them since I played ASA for the fisrt time ten years ago.  I wrote an enthusiastic review for an Italian forum I was cooperating with and then Simon got in touch with me for the first time. We exchanged e-mail addresses and became 'pen' friends. I am really flattered by your opinion, Thank you again and glad that you enjoyed my minimalist game!
P.s.: thanks for the tips you wrote for Yazorius. I am aware that I didn't take into account those important details...

I just uploaded a new version, in case the first had some corrupted files. Though, re-playing it, I couldn't find any issues.  Maybe that knowing the text shown by the error messages I could focus on what happened to Yazorius... Sorry for that.

Thank you a lot for trying to play my game Yazorius, it's a honor for me! I am really sorry for this issue.  If anyone else who played had already received error messages I'd probably know how to help, but I've no idea of what's the matter with your computer... are you using a windows 10 system ? Adventure Maker is a very old software and has not been updated since the last version, running on XP; but five-six friends tested the game before the release, included Simon, and could play since the start to the end - so I don't understand. I will try to create and upload a new executable, but unfortunately I'm afraid that it will hardly work for you, because I don't know which changes I should perform.
Within a couple of hours I'll upload the new vrsion. By the way, do you remember the name of the files and the content of the error messages?
Thank you.

Absolutely deserved :)

Marvellous game and lovely girls!
I loved it from the start to the end. Enchanting atmosphere and nicely clever puzzles!
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We have just finished  our second round, exchanging roles and calling the butterfly instead of the bee.  (We don't have so much time to play, regrettably - or luckily...)
We shall have other two rounds exchanging bee and butterfly as well, but anyway we'll never forget such an amazing experience!
We wish that your games would last for ever... every time the end brings tears in our eyes :)
Thank you , amazing guys!

Just finished our first role round. I have no words to describe how emotional it all has been!!! It is a perfect game, so much enjoyable!
Can't wait for our next round exchanging roles...
Thank you all for creating the most exciting game ever!!! <3 <3 <3

It's me, again, to thank you for this intriguing and 'so different' experience! I'll be eager to try your other projects, hoping to be up to them.  And - of course - I'm much grateful to my friend Simon Mesnard, that addressed me to No Turning Back! Keep going Yazorius, you have a beautiful mind!

What a wonderful amazing experience! I would love to change your world for the best if I only could... you deserve so much! I'll treasure my beautiful 'real' white cube as a reminder of one of the most immersive and intriguing gems I ever played since I started playing videogames.
The first puzzle is sheer genious and solving it gives a unique sense of fullfilment!
Thank you!!!

It was amazing  Yazorius, thank you so much for this fantastic experience!!!
I really would love to forget all about it and start a new game as it was the first time!

Thank you a lot Yaz! I'll write my opinion as soon as I'll finish playing!

Me too! So I'm doing my best to promote it within my acquaintances.

Milo and the Magpies was one of the most delicious short games I ever played! I was looking forward to its release since I tried the demo.

Wonderful artwork and music, clever and challenging puzzles, humour, and such a lot of poetry!

The Mad Cat Boogie made me bend on my chair for laughs, and the Escher-like drawing with Milos and Magpies left me in wonder!

And I was honestly moved in the end... so touching.

Thank you guys at Second Maze,  for an amazing game experience!

Aha! I see... My little Majesty is too busy at keeping  his people happy  and he doesn't have time to look for his real origin! Now I understand my particular attraction for him ^^

I do hope so! By now I'm in love with King Roboto and his friends! Besides, I suspect that the King may be some sort of relative of Black Cubes... isn't his head square shaped? ;)

I rated Francium at the Zoo 5 stars! I loved it as I loved the former two chapters of Francium, filled with clever sense of humor, subtle poetry and nice simple puzzles. I'd love so much too see other chapters... :)

Thank you Simon!

P.s.: the map riddle was really a little vicious XD

An enchanting entertaining little adventure! And a worthy sequel to Francium! I wish you to get all the appreciation that you deserve Simon, thank you for ever for these precious gifts out of your inehaustible imagining!

Marina

Francium is enchanting! I voted five stars for every listed point and I really mean it! The use of such beautiful water colours as backgrounds and the basic idea are so great, and the cute robots are perfectly fit in it. I loved each one of them! And I love the peculiar mix of poetry and sense of humor underlying all Simon's creations... it is unique! Hopefully such a fantastic idea will have further developments. In one word: A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!