Alright. I have ... so many words about this game.
Let's start with what was *actually* supposed to be in the game:
The narrator character was super handy and liked how that worked out. Wouldn't say that they're comic relief like the description does, but I would say hands down that they are a good way to not interrupt the game with instructions. The design of Nýr is. so. cute. I loved the way that he moved and what he could do. The bright trails of light from the antlers were particularly good.
The little lore stones throughout the game were very cool as well. Speaking as a fan of Norse Mythology, I slightly geeked out over them. The flowers were an interesting touch. Most gaps were easily jumped without them, but when they were there just in case I appreciated it. But back to the stones with info on them. I didn't notice any for Jorumgandr. Could have missed it, of course, but I expected to see one by his skeleton.
By the end of the game, I was in love though. Exploring *after* green was brought back to the world had to be my favorite part (particularly since I went straight to the World Tree). I ran everywhere - twice. 10/10, would play the real game again.
Which is where I come to the part which was clearly not part of the game, but had me joyfully playing for at least two hours.
Upon going back to the end, in view of the World Tree, I found out there was a weak spot in the invisible wall directly behind one of the trees to the right. Upon falling down the drop off on the other side, I temporarily freaked out, then just assumed that it was part of the game, since the floor was still supporting me and everything still looked okay. After running around a bit, I learned that I really had clipped through the wall, but for the next 2 hours I had a really, really great time looking at everything from the other side. My final goal, I decided, was to try and get up to the World Tree. Which I did manage! It took me a bit to find the right way up the side of the "mountain" it was on, but I did it! And then, because why not, I got out of it again and went to go see what would happen if I jumped off the edge of the world. So I did. And that's where I ended it. Because it was awesome. 11/10, would break the game again.
You did an absolute fantastic job - I can say that because I saw a lot of the pieces very close up and they were still fun from that position too. Nýr was so, so cute (loved his eyes and braids). And the gameplay was fun! Thanks for such a wonderful game!