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This game was simply amazing. The controls were quite complex, but hey, that's just the way our body is. :D That way I was forced to get more and more involved in the game and to progress in the conversation, what made it really worth the while. I doubt that I ever been able to get through all the hidden secrets in the game, but that just speaks for its replayability value. <3 Also, let me congratulate you to making it to the 74th place in the jam, but especially to the Silver Medal in the innovation category! I had a real blast with it, that's why I had to recommend it in an article as well as I had to upload a little gameplay video of it. <3 I hope to see a new game made by you in the next Ludum Dare, because you rock! :D And even though you, Pierre, might not be totally convinced about your art style, let me tell you that I am! It's a lovely and recognizable style, which I really admire. <3

Best wishes,

This is great idea!

It makes me think about the Chinese room argument from a new perspective: even if you are a human it is still hard to distinguish yourself from AI when the output channel is limited. 

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I find this rather fun. The premise reminds me a lot of Manual Samuel.

The only thing I have left to do is learn about the Triad's plans. The rest is pretty much done.

Question,What is a QWERTY keyboard?

Question,What is a QWERTY keyboard?

I like this kind of hectic fun! I think I'm just about getting the hang of being human, now to see if I can do more than just listen...