A downloadable game for Windows

Update: The .exe wouldn't run on many computers, and so I changed a thing that might have fixed that problem.

It's taking me a millennium to finish real projects, and it frustrates me I haven't posted anything in so long.

Now, I used to be a Youtuber. And what do Youtubers do when they can't/won't make real content? They make vlogs. They just basically scoop up a slice of their life and commodify it. But I'm not a Youtuber anymore, I'm a game developer. So how can I go about producing hackneyed anti-content while still being on-brand?

Well... this game is my attempt to answer that question.


CONTENT WARNING:

•FLASHING LIGHTS
•LOUD NOISE
•STUPID JUMPSCARE
(All three of these things happen at once at the very beginning and you are warned about them ahead of time)
•There is one other very boring jump scare, but it shouldn't be a problem

•Bad language
•Discussion of sex
•Drinking alcohol
•Briefly discussing serious and troubling issues like rape, abuse, ext
•Discussion of religion
•Speaking light of religions in a some what frivolous manner
•Poor work/life balance
•Parasocial relationships


[ALSO, AT ONE POINT IT MENTIONS A CERTAIN URL THAT DOESN'T EXIST YET. I WILL ACTUALLY CREATE THAT URL TONIGHT OR TOMORROW MORNING!!!!]

[Also also, I haven't made the credits yet. That will also come in a bit.]


StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows
Rating
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(1 total ratings)
AuthorTheDavoo
GenreAdventure
Made withraylib
Tagsalcohol, Christmas, meta, Pixel Art, Slice Of Life
Average sessionAbout a half-hour
LanguagesEnglish
InputsKeyboard

Install instructions

I finished this project at the last possible minute before my self-imposed deadline, so it has a number of issues. For one thing, it will only work on x64 computers. Sorry I want to get x86 compatibility in future, I just literally did not have time to get it working.

Chrome never trusts my games. He'll probably tell you the download is sketchy. Just click around to find the "No no pls I want this" button.

Download

Download
Hang Out For a Bit -- GLOG #1.zip 7 MB

Comments

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Finally. Davoo the Video Game.

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I loved it!! I rarely play any videogames, although I do consume quite some critique, yours included back in the days; and I gotta say in a enjoyment/minute scale this has been one of my favourite experiences with the medium!!

I adore the cute and highly personal graphics, the music while simple had a personality to it I really liked and the abstract trip through the hallways was a great experience. Every bit of dial... Monologue, I guess, had tons of charm and care put into it. Well, and even if most of the text were improvised, it felt like it came from a sincere, personal place, as usual with your creations.

Surely a lot of my enjoyment has a lot to do with how found I am of your (well, internet at least) personality and how well I felt like the game captured it.

I'll be waiting for [Something] City I hope it doesn't give you too many headaches!

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Yes. Coming from a game developer and music developer. I think that the overall concept is a great idea! I think that the idea of being able to explore the developers house while at the same time getting updates and learning what's going on during development is a great idea! I love your past videos and everything you've made in game development! Keep making great games!

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Yeah, when I listen into it, I can tell its oil in a pan. But not casually observing! And yes, foley IS a fun physical brain exercise.

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a GNOSTIC theory

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I like you davoo ure cool. It was a nice little thing, one of the best parasocial relationships i have.
Also i feel like oop is not that big brain once you conceptualice it all as inputs and outputs, its about finding the right mindset/teacher/tutorial?
Regardless best of lucks.

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cool idea

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Hey, hope you're doing good! I've been subscribed to you for a few years now but never knew you made games. I'm going to definitely start following your stuff.

This was a really unique and memorable experience. I'm totally on board with the GLOG format and I hope it catches on.