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Hey Hey! New to itch, do i need to download both of those in the download section or just the top one?

There is no need to download the translation kit, unless you plan to translate the game.

This game has such lovely art! And the general ambience is haunting yet beautiful. I loved it!

What a lovely experience! Thank you for making this game.

A really nice game!!! We enjoyed it very much.

We have both endings.
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I had a lot of fun playing this game and trying to figure out this story! I really enjoyed it!

I downloaded and tried to play this game today, however it seems the controls just...don't work for me. The game loads and seems to run just fine but none of the inputs I've tried have any effect (I've just tried the usual wasd and arrow keys, but nothing happens). Anyone know why this might be happening?

Beautiful game! Wonderful! It ended up not being to my taste, but that's only because I go for a different type of RPG Maker style puzzles. (I'm not good at these kind of riddles orz) I was sad to stop playing, despite my inadequacy at riddles.  

defo worth getting both endings! question,


is it like, dead little children in the cages and stuff or? and what did Rosalie mean in her diary they look like her and I cant do it? ive thought so much and I cant guess it

Wow, this was really beautifully done. It had a very simple story that got deeper the more you played. I love short games with a lot in them. My favorite color is lavender and I always appreciate color schemes in games, as well as secrets, that's what drew me to this in the first place. Definitely a success and I'd recommend it.

Hello, Clockwork Prince.

May I have an opportunity to ask you about translating your game?

Ah, my apologies about not getting back to you sooner; I have not logged into for a while. Which language are you looking to translate the game into? 

into korean.

That's fine! Please let me know if you finish it so I can link to it.

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thanks! :)

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how could I send you a translated game file?

You can send the game to me by uploading it to any upload service of your choosing and linking it here in the comment replies. 

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Hello! I really like the design and colors! It gives me a spooky mansion/manor feeling! I really love the game page design! Everything is really nicely drawn. The program runs smoothly and is really nice. This game is pretty spooky! Nice job Clockwork Prince!


I have a love-hate relationship with spooky RPG Maker games. However, this is one of the more interesting and well-made ones I've played. I heartily recommend this to those who like new takes on fairy tales, and short games that are like nuts: more to them than meets the eye, and you must find the game's secrets to crack it open.

How long does the game take?

Maybe an hour or two, depending on how easy or hard you find the puzzles. Some people have finished it in 45 minutes or less.

It's a Very Cute And Good Game To Play,I Didn't Get To The End But I Already Liked It.

This is the first time I've played RPG game! If this video gets 10 views, I'll show you the true ending of this game =))

This is probably one of my favorite games, and I haven't even finished it yet. The lavender/purple tint of the game and the music selection make the entire experience so soothing.

Thank you so much, I'm glad you're enjoying the game! 

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My apologies; I forgot to mark the download as being for Windows! 

I liked the game! The music fit with the overall tone and mood of the game, and the art did too. I confess I have a fondness for pixel art like this. I also confess that I had no idea what was going on. 

Luckily, the game was short enough and the puzzles fun enough for that to not really matter.

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Great game. 

Can anyone tell me the name of the main menu music please?

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The title screen music is Gymnopédie No. 1 by Erik Satie and this particular rendition is from

Thank you, I've been looking for it everywhere.

Love these re-take on the Brother-Grimm's like versions of classic fairytales. Will you be making more?

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Possibly! Lavender's concept came to me as an almost complete package of ideas that just needed a bit of refinement, which isn't usually the case for games I try to make, so it'll have to depend on whether I get a good idea of how to mix up another familiar fairytale.

Basically: if I get a good idea for one, you can bet I'll try again! I'm just not 100% sure which fairytale it would be and what the game would play like, because I don't have solid ideas for such a game right now.

Great! There's so many classic fairy-tales that are out but I believe the Brother's Grimm versions carry more and have more authenticity if you know what I mean!

It depends; some fairytales like the ones Andersen wrote don't tend to have Grimm versions. I also don't 100% stick to fairytale plots when I adapt them into games, so if you want a game that's closely authentic I fear I might not really deliver what you're hoping for... 

Still, if you don't mind some rewritings, you might enjoy any future fairytale adaptations, if I make any.

It was a pretty sweet game, it was cute but had some little secrets in it. The music was fairly nice and the puzzles were just right. It's a fairly nice RPG maker game, with some very nice little visuals as well!


This was a really nice game, good job :3

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I made a video on this game and I hope you enjoy it

Neatly done! I loved the visual aesthetics, it looked really nice. The puzzles were fun and fairly challenging, not enough to be annoying though, hah. I have to agree with some of the earlier commenters that I wasn't entirely sure where the secret ending fits in the narrative or what was exactly happening there. Nice job overall though!

Uuuu hello! 

Uhm uh As I was playing your game, my laptop suddenly shuts down by itself and when I restart it back...I cant play this game anymore! It just wont move! It starts well with the music and all but I cant get to move or enter begin! Helppppp! I really want to play ! I was so into this~! I tried re downloading it, but it still didnt work! 


ahem anyway haha das all~

Hope u can help!

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That's really strange... To be honest, I'm not entirely sure if I can give you a fix, as this could be unrelated to my game, but I'll try.

Do you have any controllers plugged in when you try to play the game? Those sometimes interfere with the keyboard controls.

If that doesn't work, try using the tool linked by Cherry in this thread.

Thank you very much! And thus, now I can play the game~! Tysm! And hahaha sorry if it's kinda unrelated I just panicked XDDD

I made a video for it! It is such a beautiful and well made game!

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It was short but i really enjoyed it. Also i loved the Secret Ending and the Bonus Room. Keep it up. ♥♥♥

i'm trying to play this game on the itch app for windows (store) and it won't let me click anything on it. what am i supposed to do?

It wasn't horror, but it had a nice atmosphere from the music and really pretty graphics. Also, it's a nice take on Rapunzel.

One thing I'm a bit confused about is (*spoiler*) the three statues of children/people at the bottom. I know they've got something to do with the three plants at the beginning but I guess the meaning has just gone over my head! (*end of spoiler*)

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This game was really good! Going in knowing it was a horror game left me with a strong sense of paranoia and tension playing through, worrying about what would happen if I got caught trying to sneak out or having been caught losing the brush. Unfortunately because of this I rushed through and forgot to explore around and find all the key items, and had to redo it to get the hidden ending ^^; The hidden ending was very eerie though- I found it very interesting that all of the stages in the tower are somewhat claustrophobic but otherwise safe, but once you get underground and the space opens up and the screen scrolls, that's where you find the actual horror.

I was a bit confused by the ending, however, and what all of the strange things happening down there were. It was definitely very creepy and I had the definite sense that I was seeing something I wasn't supposed to see, but it was hard to tell exactly what it was. In some ways that added to the sense of horror, but in other ways it made the very end feel more confusing because I wasn't sure WHY Lavender's mother had to *spoilers*.

The art for this game was really good though- I loved how simple it was. It made the sprites really beautiful, and very cute. Did you make all of the art yourself? It was a really fun experience, and I'm glad that I played it!

Too be quite honest the endings left me unsatisfied and the experience was quite underwhelming, I really hoped this game would be a demo to the full version because the story was intriguing and left me wanting more. Overall this game is also far too short the latter puzzles are way easier then the first puzzles and I felt you overdid it with the warnings to the content because this hardly feels like a horror or scary game at all. But I do have to say the graphics are quite pretty and I enjoyed the cutscenes.

This was a cute little game, but I was kind of disappointed in the ending. My full review can be found here:

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I can't install the game on the itch client, can you please make the downloadable file(s) executable directly instead of rar, thanks !

This was such a fun little game to play! I really enjoyed all the puzzles. The flower one was definitely my least favorite of the bunch, but it was also probably my favorite in terms of design and concept. I guess my only main complaint would be some of the story elements. Maybe I'm just a little dumb, but I didn't really understand the secret ending all that well or how it fit in with the rest of the story. But otherwise, I had a good time playing it and seeing the cool extra content =D

I really quite enjoyed this game, and had a good time going through it. I liked the cute pixel art, as well as the enchanting BGM that was quite in tune with the game's surroundings. The puzzles annoyed me, because I'm a big goober who can't solve anything without someone holding my hand, but most of them were not hard enough to ruin the game's pacing. I found the story really hard to grasp in the end, which may or may not be something negative. It allowed for a lot of speculation, which is something I appreciate. (Or maybe I'm just an idiot who didn't catch the story that was obvious)

I made a playthrough of it if anyone wants to have a look: (warning: contains a lot of cussing and borderline edgy "humor"(don't worry dev, I managed to avoid the bad jokes with which one would not like one's content to be associated ;^) ))

Very cool and cute game.

Here is my gameplay of it.

Loved it.

Very cute! I liked the Rapunzel feel of the game, and the puzzles were well constructed.

I talk about Lavender a little more in my blog here:

I loooooooved it! I just created an account only to post this and say how amazing this game is! Also, a few years back I was kinda addicted to creating games in RPG Maker, so I understand all the work and technique the game must have required. And your artwork is also flawless! Congratulations!

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