bontegames

Hi! I'm Bart Bonte, a Belgian independent game designer and bontegames.com is where I blog about new interesting browser and mobile games. My own games are all in the left column (or at the bottom of this page on mobile). More info about me and my games on bartbonte.com.
Get in touch: email - twitter - facebook - google+ - instagram - snapchat

February 24, 2015

the darkside detective case01 jenny go bye bye

The first case of an upcoming humorous pixel-art adventure about a detective investigating the occult and extraordinary by Paul Conway & Christopher Colston: The darkside detective case01 Jenny go bye bye.

15 comments:

XXc said...

Premier! Short game

-k said...

Cute, funny and quick. I'd definitely play more of that if it gets Greenlighted on Steam. :)

Carly said...

Hm, I don't know about this one. Very easy to figure out. And I didn't like the graphics. Either do them well or pixels all the way. Not a favorite...

Vita said...

Not working on Chrome, or I can't figure out how to start it?

Anonymous said...

I really like this type of pixel detective mystery.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous C says,
I enjoyed this.
The humor was fun, and because it is so brief and not too hard, it was perfect for playing for a quick break.

I look forward to more like this!

Anonymous said...

Vita, it doesn't work for me either.

Andy said...

This appears to be a Unity game; I see what looks like the Unity "flash" for an instant when I right-click the game area, but nothing else.

Anonymous said...

unity means no-go

Anonymous said...

I would greatly appreciate a warning in the description when the game is Unity-based so that I can know not to bother even attempting to make it work.

Carly said...

Why don't you just download the darned thing? It's really not a problem. My old computer, which was 10 years old, could handle it no problem. And I remember how much fun Bart's Unity game was, the one with the rooms and the numbers. Just get it and be done with it.

Anonymous said...

Carly, the reason I don't just download Unity is that I use Linux which Unity doesn't support. Like many other people here, I wish it was stated if a game was Unity-based.

Carly said...

Ah, maybe some lobbying is in order. You're missing out on dumb ones like this one, and fun ones like Bart's game ;)
But I see your point. It would be good to state the nature of a game beforehand. - Bart?

Bart said...

OK, I'll mention Unity in the description for new Unity games

Anonymous said...

Thanks, Bart! (Linux user here too.)

 

If you are you looking for a solution or a walkthrough for one of the game links, please have a look in the comments.
Are you on facebook? Bontegames is too! Like the bontegames facebook page: