I'm gonna make another build (probably was some compiling mistake)
As I told (at the game's description), Farewell Labyrinth came to serve as an epilogue to a future Visual Novel that I have in my mind.
This novel will be called "O Labirinto do Corpo" (The Labyrinth of Body in portuguese), and it is about the story of a young photographer who ends up with a girl who had just been raped (no, there will be no scenes of that) and how he ends up being essential part in the emotional and physical recovery of the girl.
The idea behind this novel came from a doujin that is very cruel. A girl is abused by several guys, I do not remember the context behind, it's been a while. But that shook me so I thought ... "What if someone helped the girl?" And *poof*, the idea cames.
When will Visual Novel be made? I Dunno.
I'm now working on a second VN, it's a short novel that I worked 3 years ago and recently decided to redo.
If my virtual waifus (aka Nekopara girls) let me finish this, I will upload until sunday.
Make some changes in textbox (and font, because I FUCKING LOVE Klavika Bold)
And correct some portuguese typos I made (I also postponed the English version to March because of my second VN, so I have less time to translate the game to english)
I'm working on a simple Visual Novel, just to getting used to renpy.
Is in Portuguese, which is my native language. I will work on an English version, but not for Jam.
Also the last screenshot is kinda outdated, since I changed the scenery.
Yeah, I know, it's just the first day.
But a lot of people (myself included) have been working on their projects for a long time.
I just wanted to know how close to the end you are.
In my case. I estimate that it lacks around 20, 25%.
Script: 83% (approximate)
Music: 100% (God bless those who make their music available for free)
Graphics: 80 ~ 90% (Illustrator currently works at CGs)
At first, the game will be released only in Portuguese, with an English version to be made later.
Thank you for the FFS JAM concept, because before I saw it, I had three game drafts that were not going anywhere. I now have 70 ~ 80% of my game ready thanks to the JAM.
Sorry for bad English, not my native language (Although I understand well)