The developer illustrated characters expressing different emotions to compensate for the lack of voice-over. Now the developer show us a few of them so we can get a good idea of what to expect in the game.
Holding a smartphone is not really an emotion, but the developer wanted to show it anyway for the sake of completeness. Turns out this system is also useful for conveying when people are on the phone while not physically in the same place! In total, the developer created 71 of these faces with different emotions.
The developer have great news for us, because Jen, her background artist, finished all the backgrounds in the game. The developer said: “she did a fantastic job, made super beautiful art, and always delivered on time”.
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