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Very good game!, but there could be room for improvement. For example, I was expecting maybe an attack scene at the end, with the glowing rot-god sword, approaching army, and image of the big god-thing in the green hills at the beginning of the game. It would be so nice to see the game expanded, it was a lot of fun playing through it, and I want even more of it. It would also be nice to see the gasoline feature used more, be more risky; that there may be a penalty for approaching a faith thing too soon (like with the mine collapsing if you don't know the way through it but enter anyways and waste those 3 choices of direction); motels could serve as save points; a time limit before the fascist army attacks. All in all, I love the game immensely, and honestly, I would love see more. And if there will be more, these are things that I'd add.

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There is so much to love about this game, so many little details are fascinating. On the one hand, I found it fantastic that all travel companions believe in different gods and that this is never a conflict, but instead they can also take advantage of it in their fight against the fascists. On the other hand, the world is quite huge for a jam game, so one can get lost in it, only to discover something completely new. That was really nice! :) The whole game has a very special road-trip vibe in it and I am very happy that I tried it. It's probably the game of yours that's been the most 'traditional game' yet, but it still has been a unique experience for me. Thank you for this fantastic trip. It was an honor to recommend this game in an article on our blog and to upload a longer gameplay video for it, even though this time I did not win the fight... I wish you great success with the Ludum Dare 42 ratings, but at least I can say that it already has a special place in my heart! <3

Best wishes,
Sebastian

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A beautiful experience like I've never had with video games.
Thank you for this !

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very short, but extensively enjoyable for only 72 hours of work. I drew my own version of the map i was able to explore in MS paint and it took me back to the early days of gaming where you'd have a whole notebook full of drawings and codes to remember. I actually played the game twice bc the first time i got lost in the static mountains trying to follow the static ah la lost woods style and couldnt get out.