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It's been raining a lot lately, so the Ribbon Club meetings are on hold. But that doesn't mean life is boring, as one day Button and Lily get a visit from a neighbor in need ...

The Ribbon Club 2: Spring Storm is the second chapter of Button Bit's daily life!

Arrow keys - move
Z - confirm, progress dialogue
Enter - confirm, bring up menu

The music is by
Maemi no Yume (@maemi_no_yume on twitter)
and Aaron Ishibashi (http://aishibashimusic.com) 


I hope you enjoy it!


PS. If the game won't run, please make sure you have XNA 4.0 installed. One of the downloads contains an installer.

StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows
Rating
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(5)
AuthorDoodle Cat Games
GenreAdventure
TagsCute, mouse, Top-Down, Top Down Adventure

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Click download now to get access to the following files:

The Ribbon Club ch2 + XNA.zip 51 MB
The Ribbon Club ch2.zip 45 MB

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will this game ever be on mac?

Very Cute Game!!! 

Both Chapter 1 and Chapter 2 were a lot of fun!

Dude, what a good game. A very simple and short game, but made with such care, wow, sensational!

I don't even need to say how cute and unique the game art is. Characters with little screen time but who are already nice.

The music is also so relaxing and tasty for the game, it combines with a rainy theme.

I had no problems with the gameplay. Except that the last scene had no sounds, I don't know if it was to not have or I don't know, but if it didn't, a little song there would be cool.

A very fun, simple and fast game, I really liked it !!

Thank you very much! I'm glad you enjoyed it!

The ending cutscene's meant to have the same music as the opening cutscene, so I'm not sure why it didn't play - I'll have to see if I can recreate it somehow. Thank you for telling me!

Randomly saw this and played through both chapters. The great thing about Chapter 2 is how it really did build onto the world and lore from the first one, it was a delight to see how the town had changed from August up to spring (I forget the exact date).

Loved meeting new characters and going down side streets I couldn't get to prior, while visiting familiar locations and trying to poke around and see what changed. A bunch of brilliant little editions like having the roof over the resting spot outside of Buttons house.

I thought the writing was very smart, especially when I saw the rocks and assumed I could pick them up but was doing it prior to having the knowledge of why I should pick it up. The text was something along the lines of "I don't have time to be picking up stones right now" and that's such a great touch and shows how much attention to detail you've included.

The soundtrack was great, the character writing was great (everyone feels very unique and has their own personality) and the gameplay was a lot of fun. I wanted to get the flavor text on every single thing I could interact with. Following you guys to see whatever you do in the future. You've gained a fan in me though.
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Thank you very much! With both games set in the same location, I definitely wanted to change things up just a little bit, so it'd be fun to explore twice. It was a delight to watch you play, and I was amused you tried to break into Blossom's house.

I'm surprised though, your game seemed to be played at a higher speed than usual! Which is extra curious since chapter 1 seemed to play at the correct speed - do you have any idea what could have caused that?

Haha no idea! I didn't run anything outside the executable plus OBS. I actually didn't even notice and I played them back to back. Wild!

Hi! So, I was really excited to play this game, it seems to be really fun, great to pass the time, the problem is that I can't open it. I downloaded the version with XNA, but even so, it doesn't open, no sign of life. I imagine it is my computer, but here is my warning. Tomorrow I will try again.

Hello! From what it sounds like, you didn't try to use the XNA file. The XNA file is an installer, so you have to run it before you can play the game!

If that doesn't work, please tell me and I'll investigate the issue!

Oh, that's make sense. I will  try later, but I think is gonna be ok. :D