Fantastic job! An interesting piece. Loved it!
Yet another Victorian Detective game well done. :)
This is great! Nice pictures, good grammar, however it is very very short.
Your games are getting so much better. The grammar is improving, the story expanding, I love it! It has a nice mix of survival and horror (kind of) elements to it. You are doing great. :)
Meh, in my opinion. I love Homestuck, don't get me wrong, but this game didn't execute the idea of making a game out of it very well.
'It's like a Tardis just minus everything that makes the Tardis cool plus Neil DeGrasse Tyson.'
For that comment, this gets all five of my stars. No if's, and's, or but's.
I'm very impressed with how this turned out. Good storyline, but two things could be improved on. The grammar, and the background colors. To keep your reader's interest, you may want to add in a nice color scheme to capture their eyes, and good grammar for them to understand it well. The characters are very good, and I hope to see a good amount of character development here. You've done a good job. :)
No actual gameplay.
Brilliant. Absolutely brilliant. I would give this six stars if I could.
Well, if I was your teacher, I'd give you an A! A good story(line), interesting concept, good grammar, and a nice way of capturing your player's attention for a good amount of time. I like how this was executed. :)
Oh, not bad, actually. The concept is decent, the gameplay is nice, the grammar can be worked on a bit, but there is no color. No background, cool font, or anything like that. To keep your player's attention, provide them with a nice color scheme or fancy font. Overall, the gameplay is very good. It certainly kept my attention, nice colors and font or not.
I like the font. I like the background. I don't like the fact that there isn't any gameplay to speak of. You could at least add some sort of story content to it before publishing it as a blank slate. Because, in a nutshell, that's what it pretty much is right now. I'd love to see what it turns into, though.
This is great! From most wolf or pack story games I see on here, this is probably the best one so far. Great grammar, boatloads of fantastic detail, and the game itself is fantastic. There are little to no mistakes in it, only the fact that it is so very short! I know, I know, it's still a beta, but I love this so much. You have earned 5 stars and my approval! :)
I didn't like this at all. The grammar, game quality, and scenes are very lacking. There is no telling who is saying what, where you are, it's just a mess. Now, I understand that you were probably trying to be silly, but I found this to be an overkill. It wasn't a sarcastic or detailed kind of funny, just, a stupid kind of (un)funny.
A nice concept, but it hasn't been executed too well for what most would expect from it. Sure, it's interesting and all, but the grammar isn't very good. There's something missing from it. The quality is ok, but it could be better.
Actually very humorous. I've never thought of stealing a shopping cart. Why would you do such a thing? But, the question isn't 'why', it's 'why not'? The grammar is at a good level, but the setting is a little plain. But, hey. What would you expect from a game about stealing shopping carts? I liked it. It's a shame that this game was so short, though. :)
An... interesting concept. And a dude with an interesting name. Brop. Fun to say, hehe. The grammar could certainly be improved on it, more controls added, like actually giving Brop the sandwich. Other than that, not too bad for a test game. But there is room for improvement! :)
Ah, this is quite good. I especially like the map display at the top of the screen. For your very first game, this is great! Haha, you're better than me when it comes to this. I'm a bit confused as to how to get the screws on the bed unscrewed, though. There are no errors when it comes to grammar, which is great! Maybe adding more features, such as sounds, would be pleasant? I'm not sure how to put those in, but they would really add to the quality of the game itself, setting the atmosphere. Keep up the good work! I expect a great game out of this.
I'm very glad to see a brony/pegasister here! But, anyways. The game is of fair quality. There are grammar errors that can easily be fixed, but they don't affect the quality of the game, luckily. The overall storyline is a but confusing. Why would Princess Luna, disguised as Nightmare Moon, be chasing after an OC pony? I found that odd, but the ability to decide what kind of pony you are really makes up for that. I enjoy customization in games. I'd love to see this be continued.
I love it, yet I question it's existence.
Amazing. Dolphins are very interesting, so this really helped me!
This is hilariously sarcastic, and right up my alley. Keep up the good work!
Not bad. Actually, the scenery and controls are good. Minor spelling errors. The only thing is, how exactly do we get the door unlocked? Other than that, not bad. Keep it up!
This is an amazing concept for a game, I really like it! Just enough detail to keep it interesting, a cool format, and options that control what happens to other characters that you are affiliated with. Very, very cool. I have never been a big fan of crossovers, but this ultimately takes the cake for being one of my favorites. Please continue this, LA-Laker!
Gracious amounts of detail, beautiful scenery, and a great storyline to follow. This is one game that I am very happy that you made. Incorporating every painting and making an elaborate, emotional scene out of it is extremely impressive. I'm sure that this was very hard work. Please, keep making games like this, pa5el!
The sound quality and scenery are nice, but there is no actual gameplay, which I find to be very disappointing. With a name like 'Room' you would at least expect some interacting functions, heck, even sitting down on the couch would actually improve this. Interesting, but not interesting enough to hold my attention. The sound ends as well, leaving you with a silent room and no other controls. Keep improving, oleiter3.
I enjoyed the set up of the game, such as the background and color scheme, but the game itself is very lacking in quality. With no hint of any commands to choose from, the game is quite vague in describing what you can and cannot do. It quite frankly made me very confused. Keep improving, wolfgirl123.
I loved this so much. Probably because I love dragons, but also because of the vast amount of detail in it. Very good job, Curious! It's such a shame that it's so short, though. Maybe some options on what your dragon looks like or what it can do besides fight would improve the game's length and make it more interesting? Needless to say, this is a great game. I would definitely play it again to find all of the endings!