My entry to the "Harvest"-themed Bitsy jam.

First game I've ever made. An absurdist meditation that's really just me channeling my nascent seasonal affective disorder.

Please enjoy, such as it is.

Rated 4.6 out of 5 stars
(9 total ratings)
AuthorOleg (he/they)
Made withBitsy
TagsBitsy, bitsy-jam, jam, Pixel Art
Average sessionA few seconds


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It's so petical! 

*narrator voice: 82 days later*

Completely missed that comment back when you posted it. Sorry! :D And thank you so much!

Ah this was really great, especially for a first game! I felt it almost hopeful at the end, is that weird? The cycle has sadness, but also happiness too.

>I felt it almost hopeful at the end, is that weird?

I don't think it is. I got kind of bummed out while making this, so I thought I'd try to end on as high a note as I could without compromising the theme I chose to go with. :) Glad to know it comes through.

Thank you!

Whoaaa this is so beautiful!!  I love it when we can float along the river <3333 The whole concept is so freshh, seriously awesome! 

//also, sending some acorns for the poor squirrel <3

Aw, thank you so much!

And yes, the poor guy definitely deserved some acorns, shame I didn't have time to include them. :D

imho I think it was perfect the way it is~

and plus, there's always another jam!

True! I was just browsing for some new ones.


A rather sombre reflection on the cyclic nature of the changing of the seasons. It is very well conveyed through the story and art I thought. And Congratulations on your first game, it's quite an accomplishment for your first one! Good luck on future ones!


This is such a nice comment! Thank you.  :)

It originally thought, "Hey, what if you could play as a falling autumn leaf," -- and the whole thing pretty much flowed from there. Depicting the change of seasons was challenging, though, I wish I'd had a bit more time to tweak things. But then I would have missed the game jam deadline, 'cause I'd be traveling.

Thanks again!

Whoa. That got a little trippy there at the end. Pretty cool! What are we, anyway? A bird or a leaf? XD


A leaf. I must say I feel a little despondent that I couldn't convey the resemblance. Probably should have stuck with a static sprite instead of trying to be all fancy with animation. :D

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Ah, sorry! The sprite looked like a bird that was dancing. I thought they were happy about the fall, though everyone was sad, but now I guess that's wrong, haha. I guess what threw me off was that one end of the leaf seemed to be moving more than the other, like a bird's head.  :p

Edit: This is your first game? Very well done!

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Yeah, it took me like 6 variations to come up with a sprite that would resemble a leaf in the wind, but even then it wasn't 100 percent legible. Oh well.  :)

>Edit: This is your first game? Very well done!

Yes, it is! Having a deadline of a game jam + a simple engine like Bitsy was very helpful for dipping my toes into game dev and getting it done. :) Thank you!

You're welcome :D


Very cool! I love the minimalism and the choice of colors. 

Congrats on your first game! 

Thank you, Rocky! :)