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The concept is so strange, but alot of fun. Being scared by a monster and then immediately having a conversation with it is quite unnerving. The art is great and the ambiance is very ominous. I didn't quite get the story, but it was still a solid game.

Thank you so much for playing! I think you discovered the most out of all the let's players so far. :) A lot of your reactions were so genuine and funny!

Thanks for making it! it was pretty cool. 

Hey, what was the deal with the cloak guy?

It's certainly a very strange statue, isn't it? ;)

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This game was actually really well done! I've been super addicted to the pixelated art style in video games for the past few months and that's what originally made me want to pick this one up! The sounds and ambiance were fantastic and I love the fact that there was a happy-go-lucky feel in the back of this game as well. It definitely pulled off a scary, yet happy vibe in my opinion, much like A Nightmare Before Christmas. Not like the movie, itself. More like the feel of it. The only negative things I have to say about this game are that it starts off in 720p, which is fine. I can switch it to windowed mode and record it no problem. The only issue is: it switches back once the game ends. Other than that, it's great! Thanks so much for making this!

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Thank you so much for the playthrough and the kind words! It warms our hearts to hear. :)

(I'll have to look into the resolution issue.)

Thank you! It wouldn't have been a big deal if I didn't record everything with Elgato. When screen resolution changes mid-recording, everything goes out of sync. Easy to fix in post-processing though, so no biggie!

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Much potential in this style - if maybe made serious :p Was an interesting game in itself.

Thank you so much for giving it a play man!
In response to the seriousness, the theme for this month's Ludum Dare was to mash together "two incompatible genres", so our group went for a mix of horror and an Animal Crossing-esque slice of life. Two genres we felt are at the complete opposite ends of the spectrum.

Yeah xD I saw that. But seeing a game always makes me view it in a 'What if' - *Insert Mature Theme* into it when I see potential :P

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I'll admit this now, you are actually on to something with Woodsy. I'd like to see how you take this game and evolve it from here.


That's awesome to hear, man! We really appreciate you giving it a play. :)

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