I just posted a video that involved your game as the first game I play in my 3 Random Games series.
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The game was meta indeed, had me going there when I realized I was just controlling some other life form trying to get myself out. I really do like the concept of the game though and there hasn't been much games that I've seen at least that are like this one. It was an enjoyable experience and the graphics fit well with it.
Great game, I love the atmosphere and the graphics. If the hints can be a little more clearer, that would be better.
Easily the best game from the Meta Game Jam I've played. Love everything about it! Fun short play.
Somehow it reminded me of the style of the games that the fictional game dev friend Coda in Davey Wreden's "The Beginner's Guide" made. Not in the sense that it seems unfinished, but so goddamn focused on one main idea, if you know what I mean? I really, really enjoyed that. The double playing idea was so clearly implemented, that you can feel the consequence in your mind. I hope you will continue to make games like this one, and that's why I felt the urge to recommend it in a little article. I also made a playthrough video in the hope that other people may try it out themselves. :) Thanks for your work, I mean it.
Okay, this game was a fun ride. The ambiance was great. There was this strong, eerie silence in the game that sort of made you think things were there that weren't. The graphics were super nostalgic. As I'm sure you've heard a thousand times, it felt very DOOM-era of games, at least at first. Controls were smooth. The twist really got me and it was fascinating how you worked that mechanic in (trying not to spoil anything)! I was really hoping to see character models, though. I'm not sure if I got an actual ending or not! I feel like the game sort of stopped. If I missed something, let me know! Thanks so much for making this!
Hello ! I love the graphics, I've seen you made it in unity engine. How do you get this old school feeling have any tutorial around or tip ?? Thank you in advice!
EDIT: Nevermind, I just found that you posted a link on the jam submission! <3
This got me good, fantastic subversion and twist. Great atmosphere too, well done.