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Start on a quest to help the kingdom renew its rich conversations by correcting your fellow tangle-mates. [epilepsy warning]
Excellent!I,for one,believe in good grammar.It has "cheesy" art,but other than that,the concept is perfect!
By far one of the oddest Homestuck-based games I've ever seen. Squiddles aren't often used as a topic in fanworks, so, I'll give you kudos for originality. However, as many reviewers have said before I, the game's grammar is less than stellar, despite the fact that is the point of the game. In addition, there are quite a few glitches (mostly aesthetic) that occur when talking to other Squiddles.
All in all, a cute attempt to make a game. I believe, with some practice, you could make some very fun games.
This is a good idea for a game. However, one problem caught my eye immediately: at the start of the very first conversation, the grammatician says "How do you fair this day?" It should be "fare" instead. No problem for most games, but not great for a game about grammar. Other than that it's fun but rather short. I'd like to see more from you in the future.
well... not good... but not bad.. just keep at it dont give up!
the concept is great. Grammar & spelling have gone into the toilet. This "game" does not do the topic justice. I suggest you hone your animation skills and create a top notch game that will inspire ppl to play it. Good Luck
Context? Context is for casuals.
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An old style, pixel-art noir adventure, inspired by classical point-and-click games.
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