minyan wrote:Downloaded! I'll post my thoughts here and rate it on itch.io after I play through! ^^
Thanks for the thorough feedback! Since we're not english native, the weird-unatural sentences were meant happen, we will have to work harder on this, so thanks for telling us!
Also about the phantom... sorry if it was disappointing, actually I guess we were trying to be subtle with the post-credit scene, but ended up being not understandable at all
Maybe...consider it as a sort of sneak peek on our nex project? (okay nope, probably not that much of a sneak peek, though there'll be a link I guess XD)
Thanks a lot for your feedback, it was really nice to read, and will help us making better games in the future :3
Seigetsu wrote:It was a fun, little game to play through. It didn't take me too long to go through both routes. The comedy was nice and I think the friendship was nicely developed. I did find the romance in both routes to be rather subtle though - then again, it's a short game, so it's understandable.
Thanks a lot for the feedback!!
Thanks for telling us the romance was too subtle, it seems it's a bad habit we have (our first game also was that way, romance was so subtle we were the only ones to see it, epic fail
). Though as you said, going all out on romance in such a short game may have been a bit too fast ><
Seigetsu wrote:So was the phantom just a rumour? Or was it real?
We thought people would find their own answer, or at least the one that fits them the best, but if you want I can give you hints about what we thought at that time:
BEWARE! It's may be spoilery of our next game(?)
Since the nurse talks about it again at the end of the game, the phantom does exist, or at least she knows something abuot a phantom. At the very end, though, she (opens her eyes, yay), and while talking to the Phantom, she looks at...you.
Now I already said quite a lot, and the rest spoils the concept of our next game XD
Seigetsu wrote:Also, I found it a little unnatural that the narrative was in the past tense while the conversations were (naturally) in the present tense. I suppose I'm a little more used to visual novel narratives being written in the present tense, especially when first-person point-of-view is used.
Thanks for telling us!!! Actually we kind of didn't know exactly what tense we should use (most of the team is french and thus is used to very litteral text with only past tense), I guess we will have to rethink of this
Overall, though, it was an enjoyable little game to play through. Thanks for the nice work! Best of luck in your future projects.
Thanks a lot for the feedback, we really appreciate your help, it'll make our nxt games better