Into the Light is a send off to Harold as he spends his last days in RPG Maker MV before moving on to make way for MZ.

A retro style escape challenge inspired by Game Boy Color games. Made for the Harold's Last Stand Jam.

Gameplay shouldn't take more than 10 minutes.

Walkthrough below. Do not scroll down if you don't want spoilers!

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Walkthrough

  1. Retrieve a bone from the sink. 
  2. Sharpen the bone with a rock found in the vase upstairs. 
  3. Use the sharpened bone to open the upstairs wardrobe and retrieve the slime. 
  4. Open the chest to get the sword, the password is 2015. 
  5. The salt on the kitchen table will kill the slime and allow you to attach it to the sword. 
  6. Use your new device to knock the key down from the shelf. 
  7. Leave through the door!
StatusReleased
PlatformsHTML5
Rating
Rated 4.0 out of 5 stars
(4)
AuthorBudgetVersailles
GenrePuzzle
Made withRPG Maker
TagsEscape Game, Retro, RPG Maker, rpg-maker-mv

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Comments

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A great, fun experience. We run a school that teaches coding and game design. We will use this as the perfect short intro to making an RPG for our students. Thank you!

I really liked this game. The story was short but sweet, and as a person who's not fond of elaborate puzzles, I liked having the walkthrough available. I also liked how you left the ending open for interpretation.

Not much in the way of gameplay, but everything else is very well done. I really appreciate the production as a whole.

Style, color palette, and mapping is top notch. Great music, especially the ending track. Props for taking the effort to removing irrelevant MV elements to your game.

I really like the short simple writing too, get a really good bittersweet nostalgic mood going. Makes me actually care about where Harold is heading off for his retirement, haha.

Cute game! Really dig the music!

Thank you!

A quick little item hunt, and a heartfelt ending.

Love the Title track, and the last track especially. 

Nice graphical feel.

Thank you! Glad you enjoyed.