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Content Warning!!!!!!!! Sexual/violent language, verbal harassment

Don't Look At Me is a game about catcalling and my experiences going outside. I made it in ~12 days as my final project for my Experimental Game Topics class. All of the art and code is by ya girl @chlolist (me)

This game is currently a prototype for what I plan on building out into a larger experience!! There are a lot of things that I know could be better/plan on changing, and problems I don't know how to solve yet, so if you have any feedback I would love to hear it :>

There is no sound because I lost my headphones.

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Published205 days ago
StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows, Mac OS X
Rating
(2)
Authorchloe lister
GenreSimulation
Tags2D, artgame, Experimental, Female Protagonist, personal, Stealth, vignette
Average durationA few minutes
Player countSingleplayer

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dlam_prototype_win.zip 45 MB
dlam_prototype_mac.zip 14 MB

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Hope you get new headphones. Perhaps do a Kickstarter?


A good experience. So minimal and cute it still feels like a maze game. With the annoyance being subtle so it'll sink in later. Doesn't seem to handle the case where you run the shortest path and survive (4 of 4 blocks). Probably fixable by adding your mood into the result (and probably removing the block counter or clarifying it was a trade).

If You're planning to add sound: I know I'm the type who would be more responsive to audio queues when they are "neutral" through silence or silence-like ambiences (h2 bombs in https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mh5LY4Mz15o or the strike in http://www.killbox.info/ / https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6_KfGCUDUSc ) rather than dramatic (most drama films). But hey, depends on your target audience.

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Wow thank you for taking the time to give this feedback!! It means a ton, and those are definitely things I want to consider moving forward with the project :>