Dr. Doyle, PhD is a calculus professor, but like every human, he enjoys a healthy set of hobbies. 

Painting is one of his favorite leisure activities, but as every Professor, his mind is always racing back and forth.

One evening Dr. Doyle, was sitting in his living-room, meditating which color should finalize his latest and greatest painting.

CONTROLS:
Movement (on PC)Arrow Keys
Movement (on Mobile)Swipe to direction


Made for 'One Room' (Bitsy Game Jam) ! 

Theme: "One Room"

Limitations: Making a project based around one Room, or inside a Room.

Using Bitsy by @adamledoux

Enjoy your space-time-continuum ;)

- by Toxworks

Comments

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Wow, it's like a great short story got adapted into an interactive fiction piece. Thank you for making this, it was thoroughly enjoyable to play!

I'm glad you've appreciated it. I did enjoy coming up with some kind of short segment that was easy to 'game-fy' ahah

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This is so good, I really love the story and the art - really well done

AH! Thank you for giving it a try!

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This is awesome! nice idea!

Happy to know that GlaDOS is not critical of my work!

Although, I don't know if that will save me from a neurotoxin bath..

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Ha ha, It won't. Take a deep breath, and hold it.

(BTW, this is a joke. some people don't know the difference..)

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Haha I love this!

Love is what makes calculators work! I'll add a bit of yours onto mine

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This was actually really cool. 10/10 Story. Great idea!

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Thank you, amazing what 10 or 11 button presses can achieve!

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Nice story! I like the way you used the colors in the dialogs :D

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Dr. Doyle read  chiropteram's reply and was reminded of the color he was going to use to finish his painting.

Suddenly he heard someone knock at the door.. oh no, he thought, not this again.

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This is great

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Dr. Doyle was reminded of Alexandre, The Great.

He started browsing his library as he knew he had bought a first edition of 'The History Greats Encyclopedia'.

Little did he knew that he had borrowed it to his friend Tom, who had been missing for a month.

Quite a shame, it was a great book.

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Very well made game and well told story!

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As Dr. Doyle read Diguifi's comment, he realized that his paintings had never recieved such heart-warming reviews. Perhaps painting is not an activity the good doctor should continue to pursue..

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this is a really neat story! :O

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Dr. Doyle drew a smile on his newly shaved face.

 :)