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I was pretty pleasantly surprised by this one! For the limitations of the lowrezjam, it all works quite well. My eyes did burn a bit at first, but I quickly got the hang of it. My only minor grievance is that the enemies felt like small annoyances. They didn't provide any rewards and could mostly just be walked around. Other than that I had fun with the short playthrough. I'd be happy to see more of your stuff in the future. Thanks for putting it up here!

Fun adaptation!

I could play this for weeks if there was that much content! Lovely art great sounds and dialogue. Its just so charming i want more!

I really liked the artstyle. Quality game indeed

Where has this game been all my life?! This is my dream right here.  Thank you for making this game possible dude!

Love this game
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Literally my favourite retro game now! I Love it!

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This was fantastic! I absolutely loved this! Playing it on a huge HDTV made it obvious that it was a resolution filter, so I knew the game was better than at first glance. By the end I was running around slaying slimes and I had so much fun!

When starting the game I noticed pressing q does the same as a, but pressing e doesn't do the same as d. May be a product of updating from the initial release to current through the itch launcher.

That is to accommodate the different keyboard layout "AZERTY" which is used in France. ZQSD is their equivalent of WASD.

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Hey! That's a good point, I'll think about adding that.

BTW, I'm assuming you're the person who set up a page for this game?  It'd be awesome if you could join the Legend of Xenia speedrunning discord, the rest of the guys have some feedback for you about categories, timing etc.

oh hell yeah dude

This is dope dude I'd love to know how you managed to create this.

Never played any of the Zelda games but if they're as good as this i might have to give them ago.

I'll keep an eye out for the next addition, you should be very happy with what you've created here.


Can you make a mac version of it?

No, sorry

Using Wine will probably work


I tried. It's works, but it runs extremely slow (I first mistook it for having froze completely).

Took the time to play. I enjoyed it so much! Hope you do find the motivation to continue!

this was so fun to play!


Please make this into a real game/Android version. I'd play the HELL out of it.

what is that commment


This is incredible! I would love to learn how to design a game like this myself one day

Give Unity a try.


this is a great idea i just started playing and this is awsome 

Also, I have another point to make. Using the scroll wheel to change spells is awful, because if you are on a laptop you simply do not have a scroll whell. Perhaps using the number keys to switch to specific spells might be better?


Good point! I'll add that in the next update. 

Can't wait to try out the bomb spell!


Gaming without a mouse is not really something gamedevelopers think about or should think about. Like, you cant play counterstrike or league of legends without a mouse right.


Just because you cannot play Counterstrike or League of Legends without an external mouse, that doesn't mean that game developers don't think about these kinds of things. I myself have been creating video games for over a year and I design them to be friendly to touchpads and external mice. If you design around the constraints of touchpads, laptop users don't have to suffer.


Well said. I don't think it's a criminal offense to require a mouse, just like touch screen games on phones don't translate to the desktop well, but that doesn't mean it should be ignored if it's possible within the design constraints.


I love this game! I couldn't of imagined how much you could fit into 64x64 pixels. It is hard to even make a pixel art sprite in that size! I love this game. However, this game NEEDS to be finished. I played the post-jam version of the game, and I was quite disappointed that it wasn't finished. Can't wait until you publish the final version!


"Potion seller, i'm going in to battle, i need your strongest potions"

"My strongest potions are too strong for you traveler, you cannot handle my potions"

Anyways the game was great fun and i hope to see more!

Great game Baku, I remember seeing your progress on the low res effects and everything on twitter. The game plays well, excellent for a game jam!

Made a video

Amazing job! I'd like to play a lot more of this game, even if I had to pay for it! Keep on going, this is very promising! 

I need more game play this game is so much fun. Check out my video on it.


Channel Link 



love it btw keep up the work

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I seem to get lag when there are slimes present in the area, but only after playing for a bit. Other than that it is a great game, love the style! I would love to see the game devoloped futher =)


good but a tiny bit too pixelated


i agree


Cool game. I like the art, but the game really hurt my eyes. Pixels were so fluctuant especially when you are moving.


I agree. It really strained my eyes.

True, but I got used to it quite quickly. Also, smaller the window the better in terms of eye strain.

This looks so cool! 


This looks amazing! At first sight i thought it was a psuedo-3D game, then i saw that you can look up and down. The artstyle is great too! loved the game

Played this on my channel! I really love that low-rez 3D aesthetic. :D


I love the look. Great job!


That was really fantastic! The quirky NPCs, the awesome pixel art, the musical accompaniment, and the simple but absolutely appropriate combat mechanics - everything was superbly arranged. I do not think you have to be ashamed of the fact that the narrative loose ends were not linked. I would rather see it as an exciting cliffhanger, because I for one am already looking forward to the future adventures of Xenia! :D (One thing I noticed, though: When you come to the cemetery, the frames suddenly drop for a while, so maybe a little memory leak crept in there?) All in all, that was a wonderful jam game I very much liked to have featured on our blog in an article. I also uploaded a playthrough video in case someone wants to get a glimpse into this fantasy world. :) Keep it up! That was awesome.

Best wishes,

I had a little play and did a video before making tea and i gota say, it's a cracking little number. I did play it on a 24 in monitor  and recorded with OBS and actually used the display from OBS to play the game. Very nicely put together.



How do you "use(d) the display from OBS" to play the game?

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