I really liked the idea and found it interesting that you had to touch things to know where they were, unlike traditional games where you move around a space :)
Love is Blind
You are princess Love, first daughter of the High King Sonar.
You've gone through life blind to the world around you, both literally and figuratively. That is, until you met him...
|Platforms||Windows, Linux, HTML5|
|Made with||Aseprite, Godot|
|Tags||2D, 8-Bit, Atmospheric, Dark, Exploration, Female Protagonist, Pixel Art, Romance, Short, Singleplayer|
|Asset license||Creative Commons Zero v1.0 Universal|
|Average session||A few minutes|
|Inputs||Keyboard, Xbox controller, Gamepad (any), Joystick, Playstation controller|
|Accessibility||Color-blind friendly, Subtitles, High-contrast|
|Links||Patreon, Source code|
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- Love is Blind released!Feb 22, 2019
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-Made a Video. (Old Video)
-The Game: 06:00 (The 2nd Game)
Such a sweet game! I love the principal of not being able to see your surroundings and having to physically explore everything instead just going to your objective. Great work Dev!
Such a short yet sweet game.The storytelling was very simple and got the message across.I loved the game mechanics.They were something I had never seen before.As for the ending it broke my heart. :(
This game is minimalist in many ways--the aesthetic, mechanics, and the storytelling--and yet it still captured my attention (and shattered my heart...)! This is a very well-made game. I love it!
short and gets the message across ! I really liked that we were actually blind and our name is love ! very clever ! But. my good sir/madam developer why did you have to break my heart and shatter my dreams ????? this need a sequal tbh !
here's my gameplay btw:
Please tell me there's more than one endining
please tell me i just got a bad ending so she can have her happy ending :(
Finally got to play and it was lovely and a bit sad cause... well... no spoilers here. :)
Very much enjoyed! Short but sweet. A good concept to continue building from. The theme of blindness gave me extra anxiety, thinking I was going to end up leading Love into danger, but I very much loved the effect it had as I was slowly exploring and building up the world around me. Would love to see more!