So, uh... This is inspired by a true story I bet, right? This feels inspired by a true story. Very cute little read.
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That was a great little read! I feel so teased by the current ending and just want more. The writing is quite good, with nuggets of *very* good in a few sentences here and there. Do you have a twitter or something else I could follow to be informed when you'll finish the full story?
Absolutely! When you use the "create a new project" page, at the classification question you would simply have to select "book". When it comes to uploading files, itchio already accepts .txt, .pdf, .epub and I'm sure many other types of files as well. You shouldn't encounter any particular problem, but don't hesitate to ask a few more questions if you encounter problems with the upload page's interface.
Then, to submit your project as part of the jam, once it is uploaded go back to the jam's main page, click on the "submit your project" button and select it in the list.
If I've been unclear let me know!
Gosh gosh gosh, that was a fun read. Got some nice giggles out of me. Not into the whole pain and bodily fluids bit, but the entire rest, gosh sounds like a fun day.
Sorry if that's not exactly interesting feedback, haha. Just finished it. Still a bit too brainfucked to write a more usable comment.
Gosh, I can already tell this game's gonna make me a mess when the full version will come out. I just got out of three unfruitful game design/prog school years, and going back to bum fuck nowhere at my parent's home with near to no idea what I'm gonna do next with my life, except continue taking AA and desperately waiting for E.
Do not take the content warning lightly, and remember this is a Zandra story where bad endings don't happen, and you should be able to have much fun with this one. Try to let yourself go with the flow of the main character's feelings for the best experience possible. If you don't, it might become a bit more distressing to go through.
Adored the format of that story, clever usage of the common twine options.
For nitpicky critcism, I felt like the knight became way too trusting of Jeanne too quickly, but I empathize that fluffing up the painful to write parts, even for the sake of pacing, is hard.
Similarly, the knight accepted the identity of their soul surprisingly quickly. I'd expected a bit more resistance, bit more denial. Not that that couldn't be fixed - maybe a quick lore sentence that mentioned that the mental image of souls is really that big a deal and that's why they didn't struggle to accept it so instantly.
The rest though... Oh boy. It feels very... primal, very heartfelt. Like that's just how it came out of the author's hands, and it was naturally good.
the NSFW passage was cute <3.
Hey, thanks for the follow! Yeah, my intention was in no way shape or form to suggest cis men are not allowed to defy typical masculine gender expectations, though I can see why it could accidentally be implied. My objective was a cute little story about someone finally getting in touch with their actual, deeply repressed thoughts.
I've received elsewhere a bit of criticism that I didn't make the reveal foreshadowed enough, which I think is fair, and could've helped quell that accidental implication a tad. Definitely keeping it in mind for future stories.
(And I'm absolutely sure there must be such spells in this book, it just didn't happen to be what the page landed on nor what they would have wanted anyway :p!)