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Willy Elektrix

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Thanks for reading! Yeah, those British gamebooks are now more accessible than they have ever been.

Thank you for playing and saying hi! Yeah! There are lots of endings (good, bad, and weird). Keep going!

Thanks for playing! I'm the developer of this game, and I agree that it needs an FAQ! There is all kinds of hidden stuff in Alien Squatter, and I wonder if anyone has ever found it.

Concerning the pets: You can only have one pet at a time, so if you already have a pet, you'll have to get rid of it or the opportunities to get a new pet won't work. If I recall correctly, you can get rid of a pet by selling it to the curry shop in the northeast corner of the map.

You can get a pig by repeatedly buying curry from the curry shop. Randomly, when you buy a bowl, there will be a pig in it.

You can get the cat by collecting roses. The more roses you have, the more likely it is that the cat will appear in your tent at night. Then you can adopt her.

You mentioned the chinchilla already.

There is a parrot too. I can't remember how you get him.

There is a robotic fish. I think you can buy it from the junk shop on the north side of the map.

I have used these to make a lot of zines. Thank you for this!

When you praised Gnosia, you became a great ChoiceBeat reader. But when you slammed Raging Loop, you became the ideal ChoiceBeat reader.

That's great to hear! Thanks for playing and saying hi!

Xenopolitan assumes you will play with 2 or more players (1 GM plus 1 or more players). Sessions might last an hour or more.

If you are new to role-playing, the Xenopolitan book has a very thorough example of play in the last chapter. It basically shows what an entire session of the game might look like with 1 GM and 3 players. This will probably answer some questions about how TTRPGs in general might work.

Hello! Void Pyramid, Alien Squatter, and Xoo: Xeno Xafari used to be on Android, but I didn't keep them updated to run on the newest versions of the OS. I don't currently plan on going back to make those updates.

I uploaded the Android APK. I made it for Android 8, so I'm not sure of the compatibility with new Android versions, but go on and give it a try.

Thanks for reading! That's a pretty good idea! I'll run it by ChoiceBot (the editor).

Thanks for reading!

I agree with your sentiments! I think, in general, the worlds of VN and IF are full of as many devs as players. There is something about the medium that is really approachable, so people who play visual novels tend to think, "I could do this..." That's what I like about it!

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Here are some BIG SPOILERS, so don't read any farther if you don't want to know:

The endings in Superstorm Melon Date basically revolve around how much you flirt vs. how friendly you are. Each of the endings is on a spectrum based on how flirty/friend you are.  (You can check this in the stats screen).

Flirtiness > 81%: You and Mel have a super steamy romance, but it doesn't really last. You stay friends and hook up every so often, but you aren't a couple.

61-80%:  You are Mel have a strong physical relationship. Sometimes you fight a lot, but your strong physical connection keeps you together, and you make a long-term relationship work.

41-60%:  You and Mel have a really balanced relationship. Every jokes about how you're the perfect couple. It's kind of embarrassing, really.

21-40%:  You and Mel can't make a long-term relationship work, but you do go into business together selling clothes that Mel designs.

< 21%: You and Mel aren't really a couple at all, but you are best friends for life.

Thanks for your support! We love hearing from you! =)

Great artwork in that game, for sure!

Thanks for the kind message. I am still making games. My current work-in-progress is a visual novel set in an alien movie studio. The Alien Squatter artist is also involved.

YES! YES! YES! I sent you a DM on Twitter.

No problem. Thanks for saying hello! =)

I meant to say this months ago, but this is a very informative review. Thanks for this!

I'll go and high five the entire team for you right now. 🙂

Thanks for the encouragement!


No, you're fab! I hope you like it. =)

This comment made me happy! =) Thanks for playing and saying hello!

Dang. They made those pajamas themself, and here you are trashing them. =(

Just between you and I, they are sort of ugly though. I won't defend Mel's sense of fashion.

It's by MorpheusKitami:

Thanks so much for playing and commenting! =)

No special trick to finding those ones. I don't even think they're that rare!

Please try the other Xoo: Xeno Xafari game. It's one thousand times bigger and better!

Yeah. It's like a sequel. Thanks! I will indicate that!

I'll volunteer my game Alien Squatter. It's an RPG/survival where you play as a homeless extraterrestrial in a future version of Japan.

I would LOVE to do a Mac version, but the engine I'm using (OHRRPGCE) has a few bugs on Mac. The engine's developers are working on it right now, but I don't have a definite timeline. I believe there will be a Mac version eventually though.

Yes! That's so good to hear. I was definitely trying to make this one feel more fun and less punishing.

Sweet! Good to hear!

I didn't make Dr. Moonlight's Happyworld, but yeah, I would play a sequel.

This is more like a sequel. It's 5x bigger with 5x more stuff to collect. It's got new graphics, new systems, and lots more stuff to do. Basically, it's like the original, but way more awesome.

Am I convincing you?

Thanks! I hope you try it and like it. =)

I've been having some issues with the Mac and Linux versions of the game so they are currently unavailable on Steam and itch. I'm waiting on an update to the game engine.

OHRRPGCE! It's flexible and fun to use. Definitely check it out.

Thanks for the reminder! I'm working on an update for Alien Squatter that will be out this week, I'll put out a Linux version on at the same time!  I'll also do a sale for at some point in the undisclosed future. In any case, thanks for getting the game on Steam. =D I hope you have a groovy time!

This is cool, and you're cool for doing this. Rock on!

I'll have to figure out what's going on with the Linux version. Until I have a chance to test it more. I'm going to disable it. Sorry!

Never heard of Axiom Verge. I just looked it up. Seems cool. Thanks for bringing it to my attention. =)

Thanks for playing and commenting on Void Pyramid.