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PlatformsWindows, macOS
Rated 4.9 out of 5 stars
(7 total ratings)
AuthorSand Gardeners
GenreInteractive Fiction
TagsLudum Dare 41
LinksLudum Dare


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Click download now to get access to the following files:

Ghuest_Windows.zip 213 MB
Ghuest Mac 222 MB
Ghuestbook, videos, secrets... 476 MB


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Hey, I'm playing the game on Windows 10 @ 4K and I'm having an issue with the text size. Screenshot:

Any way to fix that? I thought that maybe Windows scaling was the culprit but unfortunately I was wrong.

Hello Leaffar,

Sorry to hear you're having such issue with our game... I'm not sure how it can be fixed, I'd recommand switching the game definition to 1920x1080 if you can... Otherwise we'll try to upload a new version with a fix soon as we'll be working again on this game for a while!

Thanks for answering :)

I've switched resolution to 1440p which fixed most of the text getting out of bounds (but not all).


Another fantastic experimental game of you two. First of all, I loved the moment when I realized that I don't just have to control the conversation, but also the movie 'protagonist(s)' as well. To be a part of both perspectives was super interesting. But secondly, I also enjoyed the extra file you provide on here. That makes it all a neat multimedial experience, where one can dive in as deep as one wishes to. Especially the essay was a great read! By the way, was the 'ending' sequence of the game intended to be the way I experienced it, when nearly all goes black and one can still see the textures and the text? Anyway, I'm glad to say that I wrote a recommendation article about "Definition of a Ghuest" and also uploaded a gameplay video. <3 That was one of the most fascinating Ludum Dare 41 experiences for me and I hope that more people will give it a try. :) Best luck with the ratings, my friends!

Best wishes,


Thank you so much Sebastian, your comments and responses are always interesting and rewarding to read! That was indeed the way the 'ending' was intended to be! Make of that what you will ;)


This is really cool! I love the concept. Great job!!