Try to keep your job as a door to door soulsman. Talk to people in order to get them to confess you their deepest wishes. 👿
- ✊ *Knock knock* - ... - Who’s there ? - Dave Hill - Dave Hill who ? - Dave Hill the Traveling Soulsman
In "Knock Knock", you play Dave Hill, a little silly Travelling Sellsman in souls stuff at the service of the devil and your goal is to keep your job by succeeding the ultimatum that Satan has given you.
You will have to collect more souls than Rodrique the stone by going to propose the best wishes to the humans against a super mega pact ultra cool.
The mouse (it's your hand), that’s all
You can interact with everything beyond your imagination, and by everything i mean some things, like the doorbell and a few elements of the background, but that’s pretty much it.
brill game and knows what 5 person need.. frog kid need chef. bird lady need money(riches) ,goth girl need peace, pirate lady needed love. and tired yawning girl needed musician. and then you see good ending.. i like when the rock struggling to push his belonging to the exit.. and loved that game... more knock knock games please.. thanks
With all these delightful characters, writing, and art assets you were so close to making the perfect game jam game that it's a shame! But until I'm able to give the the girl in the naruto tank top the contract for being hokage what's the point!!!! :P
Love the concept, its a really funny little quirky style.
Theres just few things that need a little polish,
Restarting the game and getting to where you start the gameplay results in a blue screen with the cursor.
The hit boxes need a little work, they seem to be just slightly off. Im talking like maybe a few inches or so off. Especially in the briefcase area, it can make it really challenging to select the right contract.
Other then that it was a funny experience, I wish there was a little more in terms of gameplay simply because I love the interactions with each character. Keep up the great work!
Quite a good game! I love the premise and I think the main character is quite cute. There are some small issues with it, though.
Sometimes you can't select things on the paper.
Selecting something on the paper can interact with the backround still.
The grammar/spelling is a bit incorrect in some places. (It's quite minor though, nothing that makes the game impossible or anything.)
When talking to the frog kid I selected something like "do you have any hobbies?" and the frog thought I asked about money - hit detection may be a little off.
Other than that, quite good! I'd love to see this become a full game if that's something you're pursuing! Though if I may suggest this - perhaps a way to skip the cutscenes? And if you uploaded a download for it, I'd download it in a hot second!
I absolutely loved this game! The designs were great and it was an interesting story, and the music was fantastic! I know it was for the Ludum Dare 44 but I hope this see's a full production because it's pretty solid. Here is gameplay footage of the game from my Indie Game Showcase.