Officially made my journey to the Great Beyond.
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I'm genuinely concerned I may have caused some higher form of consciousness to end it all.
Funny game. I thank you for not using copyrighted material, and the writing was great!
Reminds me of "There is No Game".
I was fortunate enough to get access to the Alpha, so thank you for that Bahamutt!
I did a Christmas episode on my channel, and I couldn't be more satisfied with the game so far. The varying characters allow a "The Binding of Isaac-esque" feel, while the gameplay itself is similar to Dark Souls, or I suppose Titan's Souls. I will say, sometimes the timing is a tad tight on the second boss (though I've yet to actually damage him, so i can assume I'm probably doing something wrong), and there are a few spelling errors here and there. I'd also like to see the text in a more "video game" style, perhaps like 8 or 16-bit graphics, as I feel the font and text box choice clashes with the game's aesthetic style. At some point, (I don't know if this has already been implemented or not) I'd like to be able to use my runes to be able to start at a certain point in the dungeon, perhaps with the option to roll for random items for a small price as well.
Otherwise, I'm going to keep playing, and keep uploading! I'll give my thoughts as I continue playing!
10/10 On core gameplay. The characters were deep and interesting, and the ending had me in tears. Brilliant game, from a brilliant mind.
I did a snazzy Let's Play, if you could give it a look. One video on the fabulous game that changed my life forever.
Heyo! I'm starting to play this on my channel, and thought I'd post some of the videos here.
As someone who found Katawa Shoujo an undeniable classic, this game seems to be following that style. I haven't discovered the "serious" side of the game yet, but it's looking good!
What an incredible game! A beautiful story, perfectly captured within a creepy and mysterious element. I was able to get the true ending in first playthrough, and I feel that my choices had actual impact on the story.
Enjoyed the demo! You laid some pretty fancy lore down, and created an interesting world. I just wish the demo had ended with a little taste as to what the plot was!
I'll be watching the development of this to see where it goes!
Absolutely love the game. As someone who has been in closely the same situation, the character's plights felt real and very serious. The music complimented how tightly, yet loosely the character was holding on to the will to live.
Beat it, but didn't get one of the clues. Nevertheless, hope to see some more games like this out of you!
Since you deleted my comment, I'd like to clarify about what I said in my video. I criticized the game, because of its broken and incomprehensible story. I think it could be better, so I pointed out the flaws I happened to notice. For a game that cost me money, I feel as though I have more say in what I wanted.
I'd like to post this video again, so you can take a look at it without taking offense.
I meant no shame with what I said, and had a good time playing it. However, I simply can't say that the game is overall "good", or sing its praises. I'm saying all of this as constructive criticism, so that the next time you make a game, you can do it better. I hope this clarifies things, and that you are able to see past my words, and understand their meaning.
Ran into more than a few glitches, and had to restart, and even uninstall and re-download the game due to problems. However, I finally completed the game.
The art style is good, but felt some of the animations were lacking. Your character can never turn around, and the walking animation straight up doesn't work sometimes. The quests were rather simple, which isn't a bad thing, and the character design was cutesy and endearing.
I felt the ending was rather bizarre. I don't know if there is some folklore that would justify the cat *SPOILER AVOIDING* doing the thing at the end, but I would have rather expected something more rewarding than what was given.
Either way, thanks for making this. You can see my entire experience with it here -->
This game was a wild ride. From the in-depth story to the compelling characters, every second is jam-packed with content and entertainment. Can we TALK about the ending? I've never cried that hard in my life. When ___ ___ ___, I literally broke down in tears. The environments are well done, and the space theme definitely adds a certain aspiring element to the game.
Thanks so much for creating this masterpiece. I will willingly wait for the next gem to eb bestowed upon us mortals.
Well hey thanks for making this!
Ran into a bug that crashed the game. Dunno what I did, but you may want to take a look at the end of the video to see what I mean, and maybe locate what went wrong?
Anyway, thanks for the game, and I can't wait to see more!
Fantastic use of the engine. The environment looks spectacular, and reminds me of the Silent Hills P.T. demo. Not much interactivity in the environment besides a seemingly useless radio, so that was a downside. At first, I was scared that all effort was thrown into the graphics, and that the "meat" of the game would be lacking, but I was pleasantly spooped as the game went on.
This felt like a demo, and from what your description said that's what it was. I'd like to see you work on a full-fledged horror game, because what you showed here was better than what I normally find on Gamejolt and Itch.io. Thanks for creating this, and I'll be watching out for your next game in the future!
So, I left some constructive criticism on my video, because I think this could definitely be better than it is. I wasn't necessarily scared, but the enemy design was pretty interesting compared to the *hulking monstrosity* that most horror games of this type go for. It's pretty "hallway-like", and the locations of the objects seem to be random, which isn't a bad thing.
Hopefully the finished version of this is even better! Thanks for making this!
Had a heckin' swell time playing this. Got most of the endings, and felt as though they were all worth getting. Loved the open-endedness of things, and theartsyle and music complimented themselves well.
Fantastic work, and I look forward to playing the next games in the series!
I made my perfect world, and anime is now real. Peace does not rain, as everyone is constantly fighting and burning themselves.
But it's okay. Thanks for making this. Reminds me of Sort the Court, so with that kind of gameplay you can play it again and again!
This game is amazing! The art style and nod to the cliche horror movies of old adds a level of horror and unknowing that puts the player on edge.
I mentioned in my Let's Play that the way the game is made reminds me of what a snuff film would be like, but maybe that was a tad excessive. It's more like that the horror movies today are dumbed down and only bare-bones, so something this intense is a shock.
Either way enjoyed the heck outta this! Thanks for making it!
Hey I beat your game! Secret ending and everything! Was unsure about the last part, so if I missed anything, let me know. Otherwise, this was an incredible ordeal. The boss battles took the most of my time, and I had to (understandably) figure out everything for myself. The 4th wall breaking horror was a blast, but the lack of understanding in the boss battles led to some rage.
But thanks for the game! Hope to see more from you in the future!
I apologize for spamming. I was supposed to do this as the episodes came out, but I got busy with life and stuff.
Really enjoying the game still! It spices things up as you go along, and reminds me heavily of IMSCARED: A Pixellated Nightmare.