CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR NEW PATTERN.

HOWEVER, YOU MAY NOT BE READY TO PROGRESS FURTHER.

YOU WILL BE GIVEN A TEST.

YOU HAVE TWO MINUTES.


A short jam horror game about multiple choice tests.

Updated 27 days ago
StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows, Linux, HTML5
Rating
(3)
AuthorApeHardware
GenreInteractive Fiction
Made withGodot
TagsAtmospheric, Dark, Horror, Minimalist, Point & Click, Short, Spooky, supernatural, Surreal, weird
Average sessionA few minutes
LanguagesEnglish
InputsMouse
AccessibilitySubtitles

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TPCT_windows.zip 27 MB
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TPCT_linux.zip 29 MB

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very cool aesthetic. i do wish the text had an option to be a little easier to read - not for my own sake but i feel like it might be hard for certain accessibility issues.


i haven't managed to pass the test :'(

Do you mean giving the text a different font, changing the size of the current font or making the text shorter?

I really like the atmosphere this game has, the art is well done and the themes of entropy is really neat, but this game just isn't fun to play. I think the fact you have to sit there for the full two minutes every time you try and have to refresh the page every time you fail makes it annoying to play. Also, and this might be a personal thing since this always happens to me on tests irl, the fact that I fully read the guide and understood the whole gist of what the test actually was for and still failed it is kind of infuriating. I guess you can chalk that up to me being stupid though. A slightly clearer indicator of what I got wrong would of been nice.

Thanks for the feedback.

Added a button to submit the test without having to wait for the 2 minutes timer. The textboxes from the beginning can be skipped quickly by clicking repeatedly. I'm a bit conflicted about the "telling the player the wrong questions" part since the point of the game is to parody multiple choice tests, so i decided to make the game a bit more fair. I found a couple of questions that could be a liitle to confusing to get right, so I did a few minor changes in the guide to make them less ambiguous and lowered the score needed to pass the test. 

Also, since you said you liked the artstyle and mood, I would suggest checking out my other games, they have a similar feel and look but with actual gameplay.

Didn't think i'd need to know the law of thermal dynamics at 2 in the morning.

Your game starts at 8:30