so cuteeee!!! :3
Our little island
Two little monsters, two brothers, try to build a new home, a new garden on a little island.
But they can only succeed if they work together.
- walk: WASD / Arrow keys
- pick up: E
- drop: Q
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so cuteeeee, i love how a real background was used, it really added to the game!
I love this game. Awesome <3
Cute... cute violence...
I thought it was amazing that the background distorts only the surface of the water + the sound of running water beautifully creates the feeling of a small island on the river.
And so cute!
Such an adorable relaxing game, sweet and simple :)
This was strange but fantastic though I will suggest you make a local player version where one player can fish and the other gather the stuff they get.
Short but incredibly sweet game, loved it!
Nice job. Gave me a smile. :)
That's a really charming little game. I love it so much!
Often you create short, cute game experiences like this one, and not just Noah, who wrote this article about it, but also myself find it very lovely. :) The two main characters are working so well together and it's such a relaxing experience just to build the house and keep the little brother happy. The background sounds also add to the zen-like moments of this game. <3 May others enjoy it as much as we did, maybe we were able to drive some new players to you with our gameplay video as well. :)
Thank you Sebastian, it's lovely to hear from you ^^
Thank you for creating this platform for smaller, experimental games to be enjoyed and discovered with gamejamcurator <3 Glad my game could bring you some relaxation.
I dig it :)
Nice relaxing game for a five minute break from the problems of life.
Love it. :) Would you mind making an offline version for Windows (32-bit)?
I'll try. I don't have a Windows machine at home, but maybe I can do it in uni :)
Thank you, that would be nice. As this is an HTML5 game, I think it would be enough to just copy all the HTML, CSS and image files (and other fiiles you might have created) into one folder (with keeping the folder structure, if you have subfolders).