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Download for mac/pc from itchio - https://asifg.itch.io/gehennam
Feedback would be really appreciated - We rushed through making it so it definitely has general grammar/typo issues and we need to add a namebox and make the quick menu more accessible/not in such an awkward place, but also anything else we can do to improve would be a big help.
Overall I love the concept so much! The grammar and spelling is pretty good, and there doesnt seem to be any errors as far as i can tell, but I've only played 2 routes so far.
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Downloaded and played through the demo couple of times. Artwork is very attractive and the story is interesting. I will look forward to the completion of the game. Very good job so far!
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Just did a playthrough during breakfast. As I thought the artwork and design are inspiring. They really give you a feel of the story and plotline. Touching on that, the story is interesting as well. I played through the Lotogh route and within a few minutes I definitely got a sense of setting/world through the eyes of that character.
My only concern lies with the advancement of the storyline. I felt like there was too much description going on which slowed down the story. It almost reads like a regular novel, but I don't think so much description is needed when you have great visuals, context, and facial expressions.
Ex: The arrest with the General
When Marz hands me the letter and basically jets off before the General gets there, I could tell a lot about that as a reader. Unreliable, disloyal/loyal to himself, maybe cowardly. I don't necessarily need lines of background context for this when the main thing happening is my arrest.
But of course, good stuff overall. Thanks
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