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Dear Tester,

You have to debug a new Operative System called Curtains
There are some corrupted (and evil) files so the job must be done before launch.

Do you have what it takes to fix it?

                                                                 

Made in less than a month for a Unity course, Dear Tester is a short game by Leño y Palmera Games

Best played on 1600x900 and Full Screen.

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More information

Published 142 days ago
StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux
Rating
(2)
AuthorLeño y Palmera Games
GenreSimulation
Tags2D, Casual, clicker, Cute, Lo-fi, Multiple Endings, one-button, satire, Short, Singleplayer
Average sessionA few minutes
LanguagesEnglish
AccessibilitySubtitles

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DearTester.zip 17 MB
DearTester.app.zip 21 MB
DearTesterLinux.zip 22 MB

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This game so funny! I really wish there was more to it because I was having so much fun! I hope you don't mind but I made a gameplay video on my small gaming channel and I would really appreiciate it if you would check it out if you have the time! Thank you for making such a fun game! 

Dear Simtasia,

Thank you for playing our game, we're glad you enjoyed it that much! Nice gameplay, by the way.

Keep up the good work :)

Loved it,  had some excellent moments! wish it was just slightly longer though.

what does ctrl gr mean? i can't get past the trash can part

CTRL Gr is located near the F13 button

;)

thank you so much! 

I'm so sorry but there is no f13 key on my computer

Love it! I would like to see how much more minigames and paths you can add to this game!

If you run it at certain resolutions, things like icons and the taskbar do not line up properly with the screen.

Thanks! We have updated our game page to recommend every player the best resolution possible.

I had so much fun playing it, I loved the irony and the references.