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Hello and thank you for considering downloading Lucky's first adventure!

This game follows Lucky through her practical examination into the best Magiacademy in the nation. It's full of puzzles, dialog and a very wet and unLucky kitty.

The game has a single run play through time of roughly 1:20, however it is literally impossible to see everything in one run through. 

Features:

  • 1 Adorably shy and sassy catgirl~
  • 21 Achievements
  • Hundreds of lines of dialog
  • So many puzzles...
  • Loads of desperation reactive scenarios~
  • 3 after credits scenes~

I hope you all can treat yourselves to this game for roughly the price of a large candy bar!

Good luck and...try to be nice to Lucky... She is sensitive...

Go here if you want to get to know the character a bit before purchasing the game!

For those interested in following the sequel as it develops please go here!

 


What's New in Version 1.0.1   See changelog

Released

fixed a debug leftover~

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   5 of 5 members found this review helpful 5 / 5 members

The puzzles are very, very nice, I got Pokemon Ice Path flashbacks and I like Ice Path. Lucky is a cool character, you get to know her pretty well throughout the game, which is great for a one hour playtime. I would suggest using the save states to navigate easily throughout the game and get all the endings (or full playthroughs if saving's too casual for you). There's one part that could've used cg in the later parts of the game (not going to spoil). I've seen the art grow as a playtester and it has a promising growth.

Response from the author:

Thank you so much Biku! I was glad to have you give me advice on the art as it progressed! You helped alot!

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   5 of 5 members found this review helpful 5 / 5 members

Audition is a fun, fast paced puzzling game featuring the endearing protagonist Lucky's trial of admission into the magical college of Alimpuwitz. The puzzles are challenging enough for more than just a few headscratchers and the ever-filling bladder of our poor protagonist makes for a constant level of stress, pushing the player to go faster, much like a timer would in a normal puzzle game. And as if that wasn't enough already for the omo enthusiast, Lucky's facial expressions and some special scenes are brought to life thanks to EtchyFox' very own marvelous artworks.

The only things I personally would have liked to see done a little bit differently would be a somewhat slower build-up of the desperation, with a couple of more remarks by Lucky on how her situation is gradually getting worse, and a bit more visible leaking before the actual accident. But that's very much just my own opinion and hardly justifies straying from my 5-star rating.

Audition is a somewhat shorter game, but I'd much rather have a short but sweet game than one that just drags on forever and bores you to death over it. And for the very fair price of 2.99$ you still get a whole lot of bang for the buck.

It might be a first attempt at an omo-game, but playing this you can immediately see this was done by someone who knows their stuff. I personally am very impressed with this fist attempt, and I can't wait to see what else EtchyFox might have in store for us.

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I'm crying. 

Thank you for your kind words!

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   4 of 4 members found this review helpful 4 / 4 members

Very well done! Puzzles were fun once I got the hang of them, and the protagonist is so endearing! Would love to see more escapades involving Lucky the Mage!

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Thank you so much for the review!

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   1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

A really funny game! Cute Lucky has good aim~!

I am looking forward to new games from you! 🙂

Great puzzles, too! I am so happy I played a lot of Pokemon games back then!

 

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