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Re: [Now Available] Do You Remember My Lullaby
« Reply #15 on: December 21, 2008, 09:18:16 PM »
Thanks very much for the constructive feedback Zeka!!  :kardiansmile: Much much appreciated.

Aye, I probably should have went with auto-message disappearing after all. I kind of flipped a coin on that heheh, since I didn't want it to go too fast or too slow for people, but I think that shouldn't really be a problem. The room where the mother's bed is in isn't really a bedroom, it's just the basement, where those things are in (I think that's what you are referring to). And aye, I agree with the flash back thing, I had some trouble with their distinction. Should've probably made it darker overall on top of the black and white thing.

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As a thanks for the constructive feedbacks, I'll be PMing Zeka and Squall the mystery info now! ;)

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Re: [Now Available] Do You Remember My Lullaby
« Reply #16 on: December 21, 2008, 09:42:29 PM »
Freaakkkyyyyyyyy

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Re: [Now Available] Do You Remember My Lullaby
« Reply #17 on: December 22, 2008, 01:02:37 AM »
*has no idea what is happening*
* soranokira starts getting ready to play Lullaby
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Re: [Now Available] Do You Remember My Lullaby
« Reply #18 on: December 22, 2008, 02:01:57 AM »
* soranokira has played Lullaby
Very nice initial build-up of the story, at least to me.
* soranokira started feeling the sad atmosphere just after the start of scene two.

And just got the password, but has no idea what to do with it >_>
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Re: [Now Available] Do You Remember My Lullaby
« Reply #19 on: December 22, 2008, 02:03:12 AM »
The password is to unlock a director's commentary .rar file that I have yet to finish, heheh. Will do so in the near future.

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Re: [Now Available] Do You Remember My Lullaby
« Reply #20 on: December 22, 2008, 02:07:22 AM »
does that have to do with the magic trick you mentioned?
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Re: [Now Available] Do You Remember My Lullaby
« Reply #21 on: December 22, 2008, 03:49:47 AM »
If anyone finds out about it, feel free to brag here, but don't say what it is or how to get to it. ;) 

I'm here to brag!
It wasn't too hard to find out once I read (about 2 minutes ago  :vikonsmile:) that we can find it out ourselves.
But I have to say it's really great, I didn't expect anything like that.

I won't say anything more, find it yourselves, people! ;)

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Re: [Now Available] Do You Remember My Lullaby
« Reply #22 on: December 22, 2008, 04:18:21 AM »
o.0...just recalled a minor error btw. during the start-up(I think), it says, "A short by" followed by Reives. lolx. shouldn't it be "A short -insert something- by"?
is it because you have no idea what to call it?
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Re: [Now Available] Do You Remember My Lullaby
« Reply #23 on: December 22, 2008, 08:15:22 AM »
Ummm....how come I saw five new files when I was about to watch this again?

Spoiler: This is what I saw. • show
It has something to do with Quintessence. (Surnames W,S,N,L)

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Re: [Now Available] Do You Remember My Lullaby
« Reply #24 on: December 22, 2008, 10:05:30 AM »
oic...but it seems a little weird. btw does AFAIK mean 'as far as I know'?
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Re: [Now Available] Do You Remember My Lullaby
« Reply #25 on: December 22, 2008, 10:28:56 AM »
oic...but it seems a little weird. btw does AFAIK mean 'as far as I know'?
Yes, it does.  :reivsmile:

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Re: [Now Available] Do You Remember My Lullaby
« Reply #26 on: December 22, 2008, 11:38:01 AM »
I'm here to brag!
It wasn't too hard to find out once I read (about 2 minutes ago  :vikonsmile:) that we can find it out ourselves.
But I have to say it's really great, I didn't expect anything like that.

I won't say anything more, find it yourselves, people! ;)


Congratulations Maria. :kardiansmile: I think you're the first one to solve it. Glad ya liked it!

And for the rest of ya, chop chop or wait for me to tell you. :p

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Yeah, a "Short" can be a noun for things like a literary short, comedy short, and the like. http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/short

Thanks for the bug reports Path! I'll look through them. Much appreciated. c:

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Re: [Now Available] Do You Remember My Lullaby
« Reply #27 on: December 22, 2008, 11:59:53 AM »
Just watched it, and loved it.

EDIT: I hate when you hit the wrong key...
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Re: [Now Available] Do You Remember My Lullaby
« Reply #28 on: December 22, 2008, 03:22:15 PM »
Pathbinder: about the bugs you showed, in my opinion most of them are correct in English and do not need correction. They can be either way, depending on the way of people speaking. But that's only my personal opinion (although I'm not that bad in English).

Here comes my review of the game:

Spoiler: Review • show
Generally I really loved it, it has a tone of gloom which I like the best in all the stories. I may be weird, but I prefer sad endings to happy ones. ^^" I immediately noticed that the main characters (as for the woman, the boy and the father) had no faces. At first it was kinda confusing, but I think I discovered its meaning... only I can't tell, it's just a feeling :D
(sorry, if I'm rather meaningless... I just returned from Vienna... it was fun, but it was raining almost the whole day, and I caught a fine little cold... so now I'm not really good at using my brain properly... I'm rather concentrating on my headache... XD)

Good points:
 - the graphics were awesome ^^
 - the way you made the woman not to speak caused the impression that her thoughts were the most important of all (I could never do that... - right, right, it starts at the point that I couldn't even make a game... but still :D )
 - I liked the changing of screens, especially at the end where the memories and everything apart from the woman's waiting were shut into sepias
 - those automatic saving slots - you know, you could use them in Quintessence too, hm? that way, you wouldn't have to bother making more saving slots, and we could watch over the important scenes whenever we want. (Or... is putting these in more difficult than making the normal saving slots? I'm a real analphabetic in this, sorry... ^^")
 - the way of the story itself developing - you made it difficult to understand at first (maybe because of the mother's silence... or just my foolishness :D )

Not-so-good points:
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damn... I can't think of any... maybe if I played second time, I could... but what's the point in giving you criticism just to be constructive? Others may be, I'm now just simply amazed, let it be at that ;D
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Re: [Now Available] Do You Remember My Lullaby
« Reply #29 on: December 22, 2008, 05:04:44 PM »
Pathbinder: about the bugs you showed, in my opinion most of them are correct in English and do not need correction. They can be either way, depending on the way of people speaking. But that's only my personal opinion (although I'm not that bad in English).

Here comes my review of the game:

Spoiler: Review • show
Generally I really loved it, it has a tone of gloom which I like the best in all the stories. I may be weird, but I prefer sad endings to happy ones. ^^" I immediately noticed that the main characters (as for the woman, the boy and the father) had no faces. At first it was kinda confusing, but I think I discovered its meaning... only I can't tell, it's just a feeling :D
(sorry, if I'm rather meaningless... I just returned from Vienna... it was fun, but it was raining almost the whole day, and I caught a fine little cold... so now I'm not really good at using my brain properly... I'm rather concentrating on my headache... XD)

Good points:
 - the graphics were awesome ^^
 - the way you made the woman not to speak caused the impression that her thoughts were the most important of all (I could never do that... - right, right, it starts at the point that I couldn't even make a game... but still :D )
 - I liked the changing of screens, especially at the end where the memories and everything apart from the woman's waiting were shut into sepias
 - those automatic saving slots - you know, you could use them in Quintessence too, hm? that way, you wouldn't have to bother making more saving slots, and we could watch over the important scenes whenever we want. (Or... is putting these in more difficult than making the normal saving slots? I'm a real analphabetic in this, sorry... ^^")
 - the way of the story itself developing - you made it difficult to understand at first (maybe because of the mother's silence... or just my foolishness :D )

Not-so-good points:
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...
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damn... I can't think of any... maybe if I played second time, I could... but what's the point in giving you criticism just to be constructive? Others may be, I'm now just simply amazed, let it be at that ;D

You made this review  just to find out about that secret, right?.. ><
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