Thank you for playing the game! And yes, Rook and Bishop really are in a league of their own. They seem to always have their own adventure whilst the MC are with their crew and the trio… I sometimes wish I had time to actually write a story just about the two of them.
Hey lads. Haven’t been able to catch a break yet… And finals are around the corner… I do have about three hours right now. Hopefully I’ll have more free time during Christmas break in order to do a full play-though.
So, the a in anything shouldn’t be capitalized, as it doesn’t begin a new sentence.
Why is lower framed by commas? If Anthony changes the way he says lower, maybe italicize it?
So… I chose the prologue skip option. I recall there being a choice to saw the shotgun in the prologue. Maybe it’s the only viable option, as the old guy shoots us in the chest if we choose not to.
Replace with clear/transparent, maybe
Oh, a joke I’ve come up with, intended for Anthony. The MC could say that we weren’t at the gas station. We couldn’t have been, as we were with this mother. A bit of juvenile humor for you. American humor, anyway.
Well then, it seems everyone’s having their finals this month. Good luck everyone!
It was already in the chapter skip option, but since I’m only allowing them for testing only (which you can unlock with a very easy cheat code, that will not be available at the end of the game)
For everyone who wishes to test the game by using cheats, you may do so by entering the code “sayplease” without the quotation marks which is available in the “Change Settings” option found at the start of every chapter.
I know this is a problem… but with the time I have and with the fact that I have to re-write everything in chapter 1, I’ll ignore things…
This is due to the fact that double “*line_break” doesn’t have the same spacing as a paragraph break. and I can’t make paragraph breaks with so many codes in the way.
But also because I put 1 too many *line_breaks in that scene.
As it’s been written in the game, the chapter skip options isn’t very comprehensive and whether or not you’re injured the next day is randomized in the skip option.
It’s just a tool to skip the prologue without looking back at it, for people who just want to get to the next chapter.
… Maybe too juvenile, but then again, every joke in this game is either a childish joke, a dad joke, or a reference so obscure that only a mere handful percentage of people could understand it.
Though some are left ignored due to the fact that I’ll be re-writing the first chapter, most of them have been fixed and implemented!
Mine start in two weeks. There’s a reason my class got its study guides last week, as the workload is dreadful… I made the mistake of taking Bio II and Physics at the honors level at the same time. Anyone have finals horror stories?
Speaking of (kinda), what character had the top marks in school? What did they major in?
I didn’t run into any new scenes or chances to advance anything with Raquel in chapter 3 (except the opportunity to try and figure out what she is signing) Are the advancements just very subtle or require very specific choices to see?
I did add more than a couple of new scenes, I’m not quite sure why they’re not appearing. But aside from that, most of the new advances are simply the addition of previously missing codes that will improve your relationship stats with Michael and Raquel. You probably won’t notice the difference in scenes, but the difference is seen mostly in your relationship stats.
I kinda miss Gabriel’s op ways. Its reminds me of one of those games where your leader is just super strong, something to look up to but suddenly they betray you,or in the case of you going detective, you betray them and it makes the final confrontation more worth wild. Apprentice becoming the master. But that’s just me. Also I return from grave bla bla bla same stuff I always say when I return from long periods of absence. Anything you want me to check out specifically?
To be honest, that was what I was going for, but after re-reading everything I saw Gabriel as unrealistically stubborn and at times even glorified. I do like to keep some my characters grounded, even though some of them are grounded in a tilted whole new level of reality, as contrast to the characters that are meant to be so different.
Not much besides the the hangouts, since I do plan on adding more options to use your secondary and maybe melee weapons during hangouts but I only laid out the groundwork for it but haven’t had the chance to use it.
(If your secondary and melee weapons are small enough, you should be prompted about whether or not you’d like to bring your weapons to the hangouts. But as of currently, you can’t use them since I haven’t gone through them and figured out which scene would work best to use said weapons)