Jesse lives on a small planet in the middle of space. They are lonely. However, with the help of their Address Book, Jesse can record messages which are then transmitted through the cosmos to their friends.

This game was made in 48 hours with candle's Flicksy for the Global Game Jam 2019 (Theme: What Home Means to You)

Click different objects to progress through the game. You can download Jesse's Address Book below as a supplement guide to the game to reference your friends' phone numbers.

This game uses the following diversifiers:

  • Use the Source, Luke: Use one or more open source tools, game engines, or libraries in your game.
  • The Guide I Was Looking For: Your game has a supplementary guide, using different medium than the game itself, that players must refer to to beat the game.
  • Happy Anniversary: Your game should incorporate 2018's theme (Transmission) as well as 2019's theme.

Dedicated to all my friends - past, present, and future

Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(6 total ratings)
AuthorEmma Dee
TagsCats, flicksy, Gay, ggj19, home, Space


Jesses_Address_Book.pdf 256 kB


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ii looove this i love small games that can convey so much emotion thru simple mechanics!! very inspiring!!

Thank you!

waaaaaaaaah this is so lovely and heartwarming even if it's lonely. I'm glad Jesse has so many friends that they can message ToT

thank you!!! ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’–

This is a very sweet game and I love the simple and charming art!

I actually tried the com device randomly at first and got one right somehow and thought I could just wing it, but it seems like it was just a lucky pull so I went to the address book to get those friends their messages!!

Great job on your entryyyyyyy


As I was playtesting my game with people at the jam, everyone seemed to immediately get Zenkar randomly without even referencing the address book

So you're not alone, haha

Thank you so much!! โœจโœจโœจโœจ


Jesse's mood improvement as they sent messages made my day

๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’– Thank you!!

why didnt i get this : (