those who wield the geometry divine know no rest


Controls: Mouse, or 1/2/3/4.


Made for #AGBIC 2020 with Phaser.


Inspired by the Famicase RECKON by Jonah Davidson.

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I really enjoyed your game! It was pretty good and the visuals and sounds really add to the atmosphere of the story, I haven't checked yet (I will check after I comment this) but I would love to see more stuff like this from you if you haven't done more and plan to do so, I like the way you developed the story and I always look forward for a nice visual novel, loved the characters too!

Thanks! I've worked on quite a few games, so if you'd like some specific recommendations with a similar vibe to this one, I'd suggest We Follow The Fickle Path or ROUND TABLE.

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Yeah I noticed! I'll be sure to check them out!

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played this game for my YouTube channel and had a blast in the process. loved the scrolling of the words and the unique artwork... here's the video :)

Thanks for sharing!

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anytime :)

Are there multiple endings to the game?

Not really; some characters have different things to say based on your choices, but the structure doesn't change.

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good to know, i'm sure i'll revisit it anyway! I really enjoyed the game, thank you for making it and allowing people to access it online

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Gorgeous presentation & visuals. My only feedback is that sometimes when I press a button to advance the dialogue more quickly, I accidentally select a dialogue option

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Thanks for the feedback! I've put up a minor fix to prevent options from becoming interactive before they're visible, so hopefully other folks won't have that issue.

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Love the concept and story - really like the character design too in the portraits as well.

I enjoyed it very much. At the trial, I marked not guilty and then the game was stuck with no option to do anything. Please let us know if you update it/bugfix it. It was quite enjoyable and strange.

Sorry about that; just put up a fix to address that issue; thanks for reporting it!

I was quite interested in the concept and story... but I kept running into errors with no option to go back. Rather than start over, I'm just moving on. But I definitely enjoyed the parts I could experience!

Sorry about that; mind letting me know roughly where you were running into errors?

I had the same issue as silentferrets with marking not guilty. I also got an error message during my first conversation with the "reporter" after he told me I was at "Arrivals"

OK, thanks for the info!