Hey, thanks for sharing! I really enjoyed that. Because your gallery was so curated and presented in a way you wanted, it didn't feel voyeuristic, more like an invitation. And when certain images jumped out as ones I might have saved ("who stole my body," "can't wait to be human again," etc.) , I felt camaraderie. Great glitch work and use of space too.
Museum of the Saved Image
A downloadable game for Windows and macOS
This is a gallery that I created to house the images that i had on my desktop last year. I needed to get rid of the clutter, but there was something about the images as a collection that i wanted to preserve before they were scattered again to the digital winds.
I made a majority of this 1 year ago, put it away, and took it back out recently to wrap it up.
While it's definitely personal, I hope that something can reach through without any more context than what's given
takes about 20~ minutes to walk through the museum, longer if you're spending more time with the images
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Thank you so much !!! those images also made me feel some type of "camaraderie" when I found them, I'm glad that i could transfer the feeling to more people and also to know that it resonates with other people besides me. So glad you liked it!
I'm not one for virtual museums, or IRL museums for that matter, but I was quite engrossed by this one. It felt to me like a documentary piece about friendship and sadness and anime memes. Very cool, great job <3
and if i had to criticize something... please remove the headbob and footstep/jump sounds :p
ty!! I'm glad you enjoyed it and the emotional notes came through, I'm definitely interested in the idea of documentary games after this.
the bad head-bob was a choice, not one that I will defend vigorously though haha
Wow wow wow, beyond in love with this <3
itch.io client says 'not available on windows', despite having a _win.zip dowload ...
thanks for pointing that out! I forgot to check the boxes to specify the build types! fixed that
Nice sweater Dennis.