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March 15, 2016

the mother of the bird men

Jo99 is back with the latest point and click adventures of Miss Libellule: the mother of the bird men.

21 comments:

CheddarMelt said...

Takes a while to load. Is this the same artist that did the nekra games? Same exact style, but the name looks different.

Anonymous said...

Ok. That was pretty random AND hard on the eyes.

Anonymous said...

I've just finished it on "easy". Is there a benefit to replaying it on the "normal" difficulty, like a different end?

I liked it, just like the previous ones.

tam said...

I played "normal" on a quite big screen and I am so happy :)
Beautiful.
Nothing was random in my opinion.
I really enjoyed it.
Thank you for sharing!

Tom said...

That was interesting, a little tricky but not enough to stay stuck for very long (I only tried it on normal mode).

Anonymous said...

@CheddarMelt
Not the same artist. Jo99 made this game, while Drawmaneater is responsible for the Neckra Psaria series.

I'm a huge fan of jo99, and thoroughly enjoyed this latest instalment. The music pairs perfectly with the illustration style.

Joy White said...

Little stuck already. Any clues on where to find the heart for the golden bird in the upstairs red room?

Joy White said...

Oh, found it. Once I realised I wasn't looking for an actual heart.

Coffeeteamix said...

@Anonymous 00:38

Read somewhere else that the only difference between "easy" and "normal" is the presence and absence of changing cursors.

Tom said...

@Coffeeteamix I think that's right. I tried it on easy mode, and the only difference I noticed is that the cursor turns red when you hover over something clickable.

Bart said...

Yes I got confirmation from Jo99 that the mouse cursor changing colour over clickable spots is the only difference between easy and normal mode.

Anonymous said...

Wow, games made on ayahuasca are strange... but can´t say I did not enjoy it :-D

Altofronto said...

I love the art style of these games. I didn't get stuck for long, either. :)

abi said...

I cant get it to load my progress. I am sure I saved it many times. I am working on mozilla

wyatt (leslie on FB) said...

BIG LOVE! i so enjoy these quirky, beautiful games!
glad i had a good block of time to enjoy, otherwise i might have gotten a wee bit frustrated :)
thanks for another terrific game!

abi said...

never mind!
tried it again from the start and finished it!

SCP-1800 said...

I absolutely loved it! It was a little tough at times, but i figured it out without much difficulty {the hardest thing for me was finding the orb room, which was really easy to find!} I was hesitant at first, because I have seen these games by jo99 and thought they looked peculiar and didnt want to try them, but after playing this one and LOVING it, I went back and played hte other two games in the Miss Libellule series, and loved them too!! I love the ancient civilisation concept... sooooo much looooveee!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Right at the start I can't get the key. He drops it and it disappears. Not in my inventory. Glich?

Tom said...

To get the key you have to first move the rock that's in front of the entrance. Then go back to the guy and he's tossing it around. Grab it from him.

Rob Bareiss said...

Bart- sympathies, love and support from your friends here in Connecticut, USA, on this very sad and difficult day. I hope the people of Brussels are able to find peace and understand what happened today. The whole civilized world stands with you.

Bart said...

Thanks Rob! Yes all this feels very unreal, very sad days for Belgium...

 

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