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Absolutely amazing.  The art is great, but the inclusion of the atmospheric music really takes this to another level!

That was great! The whole experience felt like a watching a Let's Play on Youtube. Also the second play through was highly entertaining! Well done! 

Cool!  I look forward to playing it!  I love me some Pacific Theater!

This game was a project I started back in October for devtober, and now it is  finally finished!

The Light of Roggenburg follows the story of Lunaire, a wandering moth,  stops by the fishing village of Roggenburg to rest for the night. However, he is quickly abducted by cultists that worship "The Light", and he finds himself fighting for his life.

You can download for free here!

Thank you for checking it out!

Hooray! I am glad you enjoyed it! Looking forward to seeing what Emma's reaction is to the references!

I had never head the song before, so I played it along with the thing.  I thought how you depicted the "falling" room was great!  It really gave the feeling of falling.   Also I agree with Onion, more bunny and cat!  

Thanks for checking it out!  I am sure the next harvest will be {rbw}plentiful{rbw}

Great story, what a wonderfully wacky twist!

Great job!   The environments, and sprites were awesome!  I also loved the menagerie of things used for the tape!

Awesome job!  It is a tie between Ocean and Dark world for my favorite track.  I like the melody of Ocean, but Dark Wrold has some great energy.  Thanks for including your music!

The environments were absolutely mind blowing!  Each one with their own theme, and style to them, it was awesome.  Additionally my jaw dropped getting on the MARTIAN TRAIN!! Awesome work!

I sorted all the food!!! Well done! Also thanks for the banana joke, I totally thought it was a sausage at first!

Glad you enjoyed the environment!  In retrospect I probably should have made a 'okay' ending,  as the good ending has to earned,  or maybe the a npc that you meet before you reach your destination that can "guide" you to the good ending.  
I've only seen a couple of episodes of Samurai Champloo, but I can see where that vibe is coming from!  

Nice work!  Took me a minute or two the get the puzzle solving process started, but I did it! 

That was amazing, absolutely amazing.  The story drew me in, and kept me there, and the playlist really amplified experience.  Great job!

Had some chills going through autumn, even now just listening to the music again.  It was an absolutely lovely experience!

That was great, I never knew how much I would be into a chip tune of 1000 miles.  Also great job capturing the myspace feel, it was very authentic!

YAAAAAY!!!!! I am happy you got the good ending!! Thanks for playing!!

Thanks for playing!  Yeah, this jam version is definitely very bleak.  Originally had a couple of different endings planned out, but due to time and scope, and some life things,  had to trim it to just the one ending.  Thinking of revisiting this idea and expanding upon it outside of Bitsy, at some point, as  there is a lot more lore to this than what made it into the game!

That was a good story, it really drew me in.   The art was incredible,  and the music really set the mood, especially when the music changed.  Really well done! Also I hope Bubble Cat finds a friend for his travels😭

Thanks! I was thinking bout adding wall tiles to the hanger and make it a much more confined space,  but decided I didn't have time for that.  It's seems it worked out for the better not having  walls defined by tiles!

That was a fun little adventure!  I thought the transition from space, to planet was great, especially since your changed up the background each time!

Great work with the environment, also great whale!

A great tribute to a great game!  Enjoyed the little dev notes that popped up collecting the gems!

Thanks for playing!

 I thought the pixel art was top notch, from the environment, down to player/npc sprites. Also clever choice of matching the game page with the palette of planet you land on!  For me it really amplified my suspension of  disbelief. I think my favorite part of this was the ending.  I wasn't expecting  it, and was genuinely like "Oh NO" when it happened, then when I moved and it moved TOO?!  Well done, I look forward to seeing what else you make!

Thanks for playing and leaving a comment!!   I am floored that one that one of the ending managed to send off the right vibes!  I'll definitely check yours out!