hey, thank you so much for making this. i'm an only child, but this helped me peek into the world of having a sibling in a way i've never experienced from any other piece of media. there really is something existential about working together with the person you're growing up with to co-habit a single digital body. luigi was the first video game character i ever got really attached to as a kid, so he holds a special place in my life too, if perhaps a different one. as a result, playing this was such an uncanny blend of my experiences/feelings/life and someone else's experiences/feelings/life. i'm glad i found this, it was actually by searching "luigi" on itch.io haha... i appreciate how short it was, it felt like a poem you direct with WASD. thank you for sharing this part of yourself and your life with the world.
Winter, 2001: Someone tell Luigi I love him
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Very neat. I'm scared easily and I was pretty afraid something would pop up by the end but thankfully the game is smarter than using cheap scares. It's eery but also capture a certain nostalgia about gaming late at night as a kid, which is not as conflicting as it sounds.
Great game, but is it supposed to just end after you find the mario portrait?