I liked this game well enough. :) It had some highly enjoyable elements and story components. The only issues I took with it was the fact that it seemed a bit disconnected. I found myself wondering what was going on near the end in particular. But the story and the way the game worked? Wonderful. Greatly enjoyed how the 'player' could move around.
The Last Human Touch
A time-traveller's farewell.
Press right if you get stuck.
(Made for the Gothic Novel and Bitsy/Sublime jams - but I got ill and missed both of them. Go me!)
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Those scene transitions blew me away, bitsy is so versatile.
This is bliss for the eyes and heart. Love it. Few questions though:
-Do the arched trees really exist? even if made up by some human touch?
-Do i spot a reference to Real Cave Story here? or is it unintended? =)
I hadn't played Real Cave Story before -- but I have now, and really liked it. Cave paintings, and humans-as-artists are two things I think about a lot.
And regarding the arched trees -- it would be nice if nature remembered us with something like fondness, but I doubt it.
Very poetic, touching. I like the free movement around the environment in a way that remains explainable, sort of, in a Bitsy way.
finally got to play this now – phenomenal art and writing! love the title page as well. great work!!!!
Thank you so much -- I loved Continental Drift, so that means a lot. (I saw you at the LIKELIKE thing, and wanted to say hi, but I didn't want to fan-gush!)
This was absolutely beautiful. I am in love with the narrative and the pacing, this was wonderful~
I love the art! It must have taken a while but it looks lovely!
The story is so lovely and melancholy!
holy macaroni this is gud
oh this is so beautiful!!! i really love narrative so much.. dang makes me kinda emo but in a good way...... <3
It's beautiful. I love what you did with the title page, and all the details. Very atmospheric.