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Episode 18: GB Studio Games
Ofelia left her hometown years ago, estranged from her mother and most of the family; her grandmother her only link to the past she cut ties with.
But as she receives the news her grandmother has passed away, Ofelia has to return to Tor Marina once more...
|Made with||Aseprite, Tiled, MilkyTracker, GB Studio|
|Tags||Game Boy, LGBT|
|License||GNU Lesser General Public License v3.0 (LGPL)|
|Asset license||Creative Commons Attribution v4.0 International|
|Average session||A few minutes|
|Accessibility||Color-blind friendly, High-contrast|
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It took me a while to listen, but thank you so much for your kind words! On the topic of the art, I did it all myself (title screen included). I consider myself "ok at drawing for being someone who doesn't draw a lot" but certainly not good, and I used this jam to not stress too much about my skills. It felt good. Would recommend.
If you're looking for a topic for another episode, by the way, there will be a "I Can't Write" jam soon! That might give you some nice games to play :)
P.S. I wanted to comment on libsyn but I don't have a FB account...
Congrats on the best story telling game in the jam!
Even if the jam was about people who cannot draw, the scenery was quite functional at being lovely (even if the city was full of backwater pricks), so you could understand why grandma loved that.
Thanks for making the game, even if it was short.
P.S. there is a bug when you answer wrongly at the quiz: the dialogues changes from italian to english until the quiz is done. A fix wouldn’t be awful.
So sad, so lovely.. Thank you for making it
This is such a beautiful story. Thank you so much for that experience! A trip down memory lane with the gameboy game but at the same time a story that hits close to home about losing a nana.Love this, thank you so much for making it. Super bonus points for the .gb file!!
Aw man, this is a really touching game! I liked the protagonist's sorta love/hate relationship to her hometown.
This game is awesome dude i like the simple colors, and music fits the game. Keep it up AMICO
A sweet, tender game about nostalgia and dealing with loss. I loved the aesthetic and I really felt like it added something to the story; being a 90's kid I relate times spent with my Nonna to times spent playing on my Game Boy, so it kind of thematically makes sense! I loved it! I wanna find more games like this.
This game is really well made. Despite it's length, lack of sound and colour it makes up for it in narrative. Some words seems kind of oddly placed not sure if those were lost in translation or intentional. Good job! I hope sooner or later I make a point and click game as awe-inspiring as yours.
Thank you! Oddly placed words might be either because I'm not native or because I had to cut lines to a minimum; I wanted each textbox to work standalone and two lines are shorter than I expected, haha.
I loved this game so much! Do you have any other games? I would like to see them.
And also are you Italian or do you like the culture? I ask because I see a lot of references (maybe it's just me...).