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Wandersong

A musical adventure where you use singing to save the world! Play as a silly bard who embarks on a globe-trotting journey to learn about the mysterious Earthsong, said to be able to prevent the universe’s imminent end. Along the way there’s a huge cast of characters to meet, puzzles to solve and songs to sing! In Wandersong you're a walking musical instrument, and you use song to interact with everything. Different things respond to your music in different ways, so it's up to you to sing your songs, unlock the world's secrets and make new friends! FEATURES: 10-12 hours of adventure! Use singing to interact with the world! 150+ characters to meet and discover! 150+ characters to annoy with your singing! The DANCE BUTTON... dance anytime, anywhere! Whimsy! Fully accessible to color-blind and deaf players!
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

In Act 4, you can pet and feed the dog. The rest of the game is good, too.

Review from Steam

GOOD
+ Beautiful soundtrack.
+ Colorful cast of characters with charming dialogue.
+ Simplistic colors and graphics adds to the music-driven atmosphere.
+ Fun music-based puzzles that put your timing and directional skills to the test.
+ The Bard's singing volume changes depending on their mood/location, which is a cute touch.
+ The descriptor for "emotional story" doesn't fully capture just how engaging the plot is, from characters voicing eerily realistic worries to enough plot-twists to turn the plot into a pretzel.
+ You can REALLY tell a lot of blood, sweat, tears, and--above all--love went into this game.
NOT SO GOOD
- There were occasional glitches where the Bard's sprite would be at a diagonal angle, despite being on flat ground.
- The screen tends to shake/tremble, even when the "screen shake" option is turned off.
RANDOM
~ I had too much fun singing along to the Bard and the singing compatriots they ran into along the way.
~ There were many points where I voiced a question that the Bard quickly said for me in-game and I loved it. For example, if I exclaimed "THEY HAVE A NAME?!", Bard would say the exact same thing in the next dialogue bubble.
~ The Bard and even the NPCs have iconic moments that stuck with me after I beat the game. Without spoiling it, two moments come to mind: one involves an accordion and another happens at a dance party.
~ After years of tabletop, I started wondering if the entire game was just a giant D&D session turned into a musical adventure. I think the fact that Bard is a D&D class might've added to that theory.
OVERALL
If you love music, play this game. If you love character development, play this game. If you want a game that's been overlooked for way too long and needs more attention, PLAY THIS FREAKING GAME PLEASE

Review from Steam

Ever wanted to play a side character in somebody else's story?
No? Fair. Doesn't sound all that appealing now that I think about it.
And yet this cute little indie title manages to take that silly idea and create a lovingly crafted story around it, full of witty writing and interesting personalities.
Now, comedy is subjective and I'm generally not a very humorous soul, but this game had me loudly cackling in the middle of the night more often than I care to admit. It takes just about every RPG trope and shatters it completely, all the while refraining from cheap cynicism.
But it isn't just all silliness, the game can lay out some emotional real talk if it wants to. Pretty sure I've learned a thing or two about myself by playing this. Hence why I have to recommend it -- especially during these times the main message here resonates more than ever: Being nice feels nice. ♥
Truly a wander-ful experience. *slide whistle*

Review from Steam

Miriam

Review from Steam

Wandersong is a really good game but it takes some time to get going. The first two hours or so aren't bad at all, they're charming and they have their purpose in the game's entirety, but once you hit Chapter 3 is when the game really starts picking up in narrative and gameplay and it gets truly engaging. At first it feels like the game is a more narrative focused game light on mechanics but it starts shaking things up around that Chapter 3 point I mentioned and adds more puzzle platformer elements and does more stuff with the song wheel, though its got pretty forgiving checkpoints so don't you worry if you're not well versed with platformers. Once it takes off it doesn't stop and its truly enjoyable experience to the end with real heart.

Review from Steam

If I ever need to explain why video games are a form of art to someone, I'll show them this game.
Thanks for such a beautiful experience and a lovely message. I hope Gord's baby is doing fine. I hope Em is very happy. I Hope Greg is at peace and feeling fulfilled and accomplished. I loved your game.

Review from Steam

There are coffee pirates.