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Forgot to post this last night, but I was worn out. Sorry for that.

With that said, it is available for download! Just make sure you have RPG Maker VX Ace RTP installed before you play it and you'll be good to go!

The demo features a majority of the Cimperman Mansion, save for the demo exclusive puzzles and the ending sequence; along with other details like a hidden Mossy Baby or other action-packed slug petting action.

There are many reasons for this; main ones being I self-pressured myself to have something released before 2016 ended and throughout January-May I am going to be forced to balance my first part time job along with the schedule of a full time student.

However, any freetime I have (if I'll have any) will be dedicated to releasing an eventual full version of the demo. Also I plan to release a mini update featuring bug fixes before school starts up.

Nonetheless, I hope you all enjoy what's there and I wish you all a safe 2017!


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I just got through I think all that's possible of the demo in its current state, and I have to say I love it so far! And I'm not just biased because of a certain pickle.

Quick points:
  • There's some typos and grammatical errors sprinkled throughout. There's some spelling things, too, like "Luscious" being written as "Lushious" in the one book title. Though that might've been intentional given the... rest of the title.
  • It's possible for Jackie to examine things even when he's not facing them. Like in the dance party room at the very beginning, if you're below the table but facing left or right, it'll still give a description of what's on the table. This isn't really a bad thing, but it's something to note!
  • The Bug You're Already Aware Of

AND FOR POSITIVITY, things I really liked!!!
  • Violet, as expected.
  • All of the artwork is charming and cute! Even the bloodsplatter. I muttered "wow, this is gorgeous" out loud in the windowed hallway.
  • Jackie's emotion bubbles are really adorable and I love them
  • Meanwhile, the sound design is good at being unnerving. Especially the mushy sounds of the jelly thing. It's very gross and off-putting, but in a good way.

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