This is so lovely! It's made me super thirsty for orange juice too :D
A young girl seems to be in a hurry to buy a bag of oranges...
This game is suitable for children (around 5 and above)!
"Orunge" is a short branching narrative game done in Twine, with both text and storyboards to tell the story.
This project was a collaboration between Jennifer Reuter and Jessica Moore, a few weeks worth of work spread across the year.
Which path did you take? And did you try again?
[1.0.1] - Minor text correction
[1.0] - Release
|Authors||Jennifer Reuter, Jessica Moore|
|Genre||Interactive Fiction, Adventure|
|Made with||Twine, Krita|
|Tags||child, Cute, girl, Narrative, Singleplayer, Slice Of Life, storyboard, Twine|
|Average session||A few minutes|
|Links||Homepage, Homepage, Twitter, Twitter|
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Nice little bit of suspense built up as we hope to find out what the girl is up to, and the branching points add a bit of spice and replay value. I like the breezy art style, which works great to convey the action of the story.
(I believe you have a word missing on the panel with the torn page. The mind plays tricks maybe... :-) )
Thank you for your kind words! The suspense was an important facet of this story so hearing that it translated is great.
Ah! Good catch! Thanks for letting us know, will make sure to put that runaway word back in.
Thank you kindly!
Cheers, thanks for getting in touch, you do have some nice examples of music, I particularly like 'A Palace for Ruin'. I'll keep you in mind if I do end up doing some one-off jam projects!
most dynamic orange juice sketches i have ever seen in a game
I'd imagine that's how the girl sees orange juice: marvelous sparkling special orange liquid, gasp!
This game is so pretty. I really enjoyed it.