VERSIÓN EN ESPAÑOL AQUÍ
Originally made for Game Jam Argentina Online #3 in Spanish

When María gets a call from Saki she doesn't know what to expect. When she hears her she knows even less.

"Don Héctor... is dead."

The boss of the Megacaracas cartel is dead with Saki next to him, the city under martial law, and in six hours total quarantine. Nobody in or out.

If they want to get out alive they'll need to work fast, and get what they need to leave the city before the sun comes up.

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CONTROLS

Mouse for everything, or
Z/Space/Enter/Down/Right to advance dialogue.
Numpad to select choices.
Alt+Enter to toggle fullscreen.

TUTORIAL 

You have access to two distinct skills: Diplomacy and Combat. These can be used in dialogue options, and have a better chance of being successful as you put more points into them.  Your chance of success is shown between parenthesis as a percentage.

You can assign skillpoints at the start of the game, and after each of the four locations.

Combat is used by María to resolve situations through intimidation or violence. Diplomacy is used by Saki by convincing or lying to people. 

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CREDITS

Direction
PeronJames

Script and Dialogue
PeronJames 
Player_Unknown08 (MHG)

Art 
Kooh 
SwimmableBee91 
Ulyseto
Player_Unknown08 (MHG) 
Peko
kiririn51

Music 
bagingi123

Ending Song
NIGHT BIRDS - Toshiki Kadomatsu

SFX 
bagingi123

Programming
730

Scripting 
Kida 
730

Testing
Everyone above + everyone who helped us test

Special Thanks
kiririn51 
COVID-19 
The friends we made along the way

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FAQ:

Q: The game is simply stuck there after the credits!
A: yes just close it

Q: Is there a way to save/load?
A: no

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Windows 39 MB
Linux 41 MB
Mac 42 MB

Comments

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(+1)

-touches all de boobies-

Haha jokes aside, great game! It was well designed and beautifully written.


{ps} I've never seen someone publicly thank co-vid, even if it's in a "special thanks" shoutout :P

there's always a first time for everything.

thanks for playing!

(+1)

so cool

(+3)

Great game!