To my surprise, after a couple of hours I received an email I wasn’t actually expecting:
Little Room, one of your products, has been added to Softpedia’s database
of games and gaming tools. It is featured with a description text,
screenshots, download links and technical details on this page:
At first I thought the one that sent the email simply uploaded the game to their website without my permission. But once I opened the link, wow was I wrong:
A few rooms to explore at will
Little Room is not your typical game, at least not from a gameplay point of view. It features mechanics that have been extinct ever since text-based adventure game were around, but it should be of little consequence in the grand scheme of things. In essence, this is a game that encourages you to dream and enjoy your life as much as possible.
It all begins in a room with a clock, a plant and a window. Not much is known about the main character, and it fact it would seem like she doesn’t know very much about herself either. Your goal is to look around the room and find a way to more forward, which is actually a recurring theme in the game. To do so, you have to type specific commands in the text box and wait for the results.
This is but a fragment of the review, but as I kept reading I was amazed by how someone else described the little game I made.
I’m not going to lie, I was angry at the beginning for not asking for my permission from the start.
But my did they persuade me with their writing. Not only am I flattered, but I’m glad that someone got to enjoy Little Room.
There is actually no other reason for this post other than to showcase this fantastic review.
That being said, thank you to however wrote it or made it possible for such an article to be written.
And of course, thank you to you too, for your support, and for reading my blog 🙂