Endings in this game:

  • BA4First contact

Previous game:

Our series:

This game is part of Branching Corpses, a collaborative exquisite corpse of games. It is recommended that you start from the very first corpse and work your way through, but if you are here for the extra credits jam, it works as a stand-alone story (with one other game you might need to play, which will be linked to directly in the game.)

The jam:

Both games were made for the Extra Credits Jam #4, for which the theme was "connect". My interpretation of the theme was that I would make two games that connect to each other. (the other one can be found here).  I also took the following extra challenges: 

  • Extra Open: (the source code is included, you can open it with Game Maker Studio 2)
  • Extra remix: this game features some music that i've used in previous entries of the Branching Corpses series.
  • Extra Kuleshov Effect: both games feature a conversation which can be read in a different musical context, thus changing its meaning and emotions.


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Two games, one story is quite an interesting concept! It would be awesome if you could play in both stories with the same game (the game detects if it's open in another window, if it is it plays the side story with the wizard).  I'll make sure to check out the rest of the branching corpses games, they sound like an interesting bunch.

That was interesting. I'm not familiar with the whole 'branching corpses' idea, but a game where you play as side 1 in one browser and side 2 in another browser is definitely unique, and  a lot of fun once you get used to the switching. Solid A game!

Thanks for playing :) I suggest you try playing the rest of the series when you have time. Also we are hosting a jam from june 8th to june 16th if you feel like taking part: https://itch.io/jam/branching-corpses-jam

At first I got a little confused when first interacting with the game, but as the story develops I found myself amused with the antics of the characters and (SPOILER ALERT) the fourth wall breaking.

A little nice experience with the extra accessibility of being playable from a browser!

thanks for playing :) I try to make all my games browser-compatible.