A very nice adventure! I guess the house is the very same seen in Junji Ito's "The window next door" :)
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I was participating in that same jam and after it had ended I was checking other creators' games. Unfortunately, because of RPG Maker requirement I did not check out your game at that time.
Three years later out of curiosity, I've opened this page and I saw RTP included version ;D
I must say that is my favourite game of that jam :) The game is simple, but at the same time it has interesting story and really cool moments (I will not spoil them here ;) ).
I was sad that it has ended so quickly, but for the limited amount of time you had to create such game it is a really solid title. Thx for making this game.
Thanks a bunch! While at first I didn't have an RTP included version, it didn't take me long to put one up, so it must have been just some unfortunate timing!
Honestly, even if I had more time I think I would have made it basically the same way, as my main source of inspiration for this (Junji Ito!) is known for his short and often open ended stories. But still, I'm currently working on another horror game so if you're interested you can keep an eye out for that. And thank you again!
Hey, SpaceZeta. I'm Seth, a hispanic small stream interested by your game and i need answers for my questions about you and the game. how i can chat with you? sorry for the bother and thank you for your interest
I really enjoyed playing this one, it really captures the tense feeling that Junji Ito has in his mangas.
Olá, me contaram que você é Br né? Fiz um vídeo (aliás, uma série) do seu jogo em Libras =D
BR total, hehe. Obrigada por jogar! (Por sinal, nunca tinha visto um canal de Let's Play em Libras, muito interessante!)
Ok, what i choose download game? Isn't (RTP Included or no RTP)?
Very good game. I like that way that, in the seemingly normal situation or setting, strange and mysterious things happen and are discovered.
Does anyone know of games somewhat similar to this one?
simple, creepy and i like it!
The Junji Ito feel has been utterly nailed, without actually having to go to the straight up gross-out party his stories usually end up in - and even without that, you have managed to create an RPG style horror game that runs on the sheer anticipation rather than a multitude of deaths like many of its kind. Wonderful work - the visual of just that open, gaping window will haunt me for a while.
At worst, I could say some puzzles could use a little tightening - the math book is unclear on whether various tenses of the word "Spiral" counts in figuring out the password, and the game seemed to make such a huge deal out of the nail puller I kept wondering when I had to use it in the climax (and as a result died a LOT trying to get different endings).
But all in all - one of the best spooks I have had in a good while.
Absolutely fantastic. Bravo.
Any chance this is getting a MAC release?
need a damn sequel....or even a prequel on how those things came to be or even whats inside their house.
I'm pretty coward to play this things, so I make my boyfriend play it for me XD I like the way is ambiented with the sound, but I didn't like the way the maps where placed.
When I got the camera and choose "no" for hidding in the closet I get a bug.
A good game. The Gameboy graphics style is just great. The sounds are creepy and scary. We enjoyed it very much.
Here is a video we made while playing:Keep up the good work !!!
I played it. The first jumpscare at the window made me throw my headphones off in fright.
Still, I recommend that everyone tries it out.
Really enjoyed this game, well done and nice endings
loved this! i'm normally a real wuss with horror but this was really compelling. i'd love to see a sequel that answers some of the unanswered questions. i do think it could've been clearer on how to get the different endings, but it's still great.
This is my second time playing through the game, first time releasing a video. I absolutely adore it. The sound in this game is incredible. Half the time I couldn't tell what sounds I was hearing from the game and what ones were coming in from outside my window. You can see what I mean in my video Don't Look Next Door - From Next Door Part 1.
What does RTP means ? can someone explain
Fantastic stuff, definitely felt the Junji Ito influences. Love the visual style and the story was very well told, overall really nicely done, great job!
Wow. Just...wow. This game is a lovely homage to Junji Ito's style of horror. Played it with my wife in a dark room at night. Got two endings, watched the others. We kept giving each other "wtf" glances as the tension built. There were swear words and incoherent noises of horror at every jump scare. We had to turn on all the lights and cover every window in the house after we were done. Overall, SpaceZeta, I can't wait to see what you do next!
10/10 BEST HORROR GAME EVER
This game is excellent- great creepy atmosphere and awesome pacing. I very much enjoyed my time with it.
This game was cute, but it was kind of small and difficult to see. Still, very cute and scary! For my full review, you can check out my blog: http://horrorrater.blogspot.com/2017/03/im-currently-obsessed-with-itch.html
Hello! I really like your game so far (I've only played half so far but I'll upload part two very soon!) The atmosphere is great and is really drawing me in the more I played. I can't wait to finish it but I've made part one of my let's play here~
WHAT"S THE SAFE CODE?!
What means RTP ?
It means Run Time Package. In this case it's the default assets that came with RPG Maker, and even though I don't really use any of them in this game I still haven't been able to make it run without needing it.
Basically, if you don't know what it is you probably need to download the version that has it, haha.
The audio mixing is A+. great game
Lindo e interresante, amei! Estou fazendo um vídeo desse jogo, da minha reação dos primeiros 30 minutos, mas até agora gostei muito! Parabéns!
Wow, really great job! When I saw that you used Junji Ito for inspiration I knew I had to play! And you certainly delivered. The atmosphere was spot on. My stomach was all in knots--and I appreciated the Spiral chapter of the Mathematics book. It really took me back to reading Uzumaki by Junji Ito.
You can read more of my thoughts on the game in my blog review here: http://pajamagaming.blogspot.com/2017/02/from-next-door-pc.html
Este é um grande jogo! Muito original, gráficos muito legais, trilha sonora na medida certa e o enredo é muito bom.
Certamente irei recomendar a todos que conheço. Ah, e eu me toquei das referências do Junji Ito enquanto jogava, nem me liguei na descrição. Me fez gostar ainda mais do jogo. <3
This is a great game! Very original, very nice graphics, soundtrack is just right and the plot is very good.
I will certainly recommend to everyone I know.
Já não sou o melhor comentarista, e admito que fiquei tão envolvido pela história que esqueci de comentar durante a gravação. Mas aqui está a playlist.
I am not the best commentator already, and I admit I was so caught up by the story that I forgot to comment during the recording. But here's the playlist.
I thoroughly enjoyed this game. It's very clear how much effort was put into this, and I think the choice to set it in Japan is very interesting. It's also amazing that all the graphics were totally original; this is especially impressive because of how haunting the pixel-made art was.
This is unrelated to the game, but I laughed a lot when I saw that the realtors were from "Furukawa Housing" since one of my favorite Japanese indie artists is Furukawa Honpo. Though, he does sometimes write his name as Fullkawa instead.
Anyways, just thought I'd share! Keep up the good work!
Really felt the Junji Ito vibes! In fact, after playing this, I went and got my hardbound copy of Uzumaki to reread. You did a fantastic job overall. Really enjoyed your color palette, and especially your font choice. Brings me back to the "Kid Pix" days.
Looking forward to more from you! And I'm very impressed with the quality of the game considering it came from RPG Maker. Maybe I need to give the engine another look myself.
Thank you so much! I wish I had a physical copy of one of his works, but I just can't find them no matter where I look, haha
RPG Maker can do some great things, far more than most people give it credit for! There are limitations, sure, especially considering how easy it is to use, but you just need a little creativity and the right scripts (most of which you can find on the internet) to break from the traditional RPG formula it was made of and do something different.
I've been really thinking about using it, especially since I'm participating in my first game jam starting today and want to make sure I have a finished product. My limited experience is only in game maker, and I like it's coding system as its not too difficult to understand, in the same way python is.
So I have RPG maker, but after just one session of messing about with it, it's tools seemed very limited. Can you recommend a good starting point? Perhaps for a game similar to yours or one like The Witch's House? Scripts or tutorials that helped you out? Thanks in advance, and great job on your game once again!
Ps - Amazon has amazing hardbound collections of Uzumaki and Gyo and Tomie for only 15 bucks each!
While it is true that RPG Maker is limited, you just need to get creative with it! Basically I'd say know what you want to do with it and then start searching scripts that can help you achieve it (google is my best friend with this). If you're familiar with scripting and the engine's language you can do wonders with it, but if you're like me and only know some of it, you can probably try modifying existing scripts to do what you want. I don't really know any tutorials (I'm more of a learn by example kind of person, so all the modifying of the scripts I did were done by trial and error), but if you're looking for scripts I recommend starting with Yanfly, Yami, Himeworks, Galv and others (seriously, google is all you need friend), they have a vast selection of scripts that are, for the most part, free to use!
Thank you again and good luck with the game jam!
(PS: Yeah but those are in dollars isn't it? If you convert them to my local currency weeeeell it's not that cheap, plus shipping is a pain. I would need to find them in a physical store for me to buy haha i cry)