It's more like the romantic languages - French, Italian, Spanish etc all share the common root of Latin but are separate languages. An Irish speaker would not be able to understand Scottish Gaelic without learning the language.
In Scottish Gaelic you'd say "Halò" and in Scots you'd say "Hullo".
@nichangell - Thanks buddy. We're actually considering releasing a small revision of the game - the main things that would be getting addressed are some dialogue fixes, a small change to the ending and a little bit of a visual overhaul. The black a white is probably on the way out but we're...
@Gonor - Can you set the torch light to be below the characters? It looks really odd that the back of their heads are illuminated.
@felipefalcon - Look cute.
starting the process of overhauling amort's tileset
Amort is a short story driven game created for McBacon Jam 4.
It was created by the team of zDS, Superstroke, Cashmere Cat and myself.
It takes roughly 30 minutess to complete.
Five years after divorcing her husband, a mother returns to her hometown, where she once fell in...