Holy shit you made this by yourself. I mean this would be a seriously impressive game even if it'd been made by a team of people. In fact this is one of the best games I've ever played, and you made it BY YOURSELF...you have my respect, and my idolization. I'm freaking out over here. What can I do to support you?
I wonder if the dev knows we're being completely serious when we say this is a fantastic game, one of the very very best, just brilliant? That we're not exaggerating for the sake of a good comment? It feels like if it were me, reading comments on a game I made, I'd tend to play down the compliments, because, you know, sometimes people do exaggerate for a good rating, or whatever. It's just that people complimenting this game AREN'T exaggerating. Anyway. Just wanted to say that, and also that this is a tremendously excellent game and anyone wanting to make great games should study this one.
A couple of years ago we were renovating our kitchen, and as a result, the internet was down for a few weeks. I figured I'd make a game of my own to play in that time. This game reminds me of that game - not flashy or clever, but really fun. Solid. Love this.
The tone of the writing was kind of annoying, but I think the ideas are sound. Liked the atmosphere of the game but I got really frustrated with how easy it was to get lost - I had to make myself a map. Nearly cried when I saw JerrysLittleMonkey. Didn't really raise any philosophical topics I hadn't already pondered but it's nice to see a game addressing them. Overall an enjoyable game, I liked piecing together what had happened and why.
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