A downloadable fortune teller for Windows, macOS, Linux, and Android

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You have stumbled upon a mysterious fortune teller machine.  Find out what wisdom she has for you!

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A short fortune teller experience using an original deck of 22 cards loosely based on the Rider-Waite-Smith major arcana.  Includes a Gallery for viewing all the card illustrations along with a short description of their meaning.

Content advisory:  Several card illustrations contain nudity.

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The_Owl-Woman_Oracle-1.0-mac.zip 82 MB
The_Owl-Woman_Oracle-1.0-pc.zip 100 MB
com.meagantrott.owlwomanoracle-100-armeabi-v7a-release.apk 87 MB

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Any chance you make a printed deck?

Yes!  As a matter of fact, I ran a Kickstarter back in June to fund some printed decks, and I still have one deck left over.  

If you're interested in buying it, you can email me at meagantrott@gmail.com  It costs $30 USD (+$2 shipping US, $5 outside US)

I second that, would love to buy physical copies!  Really, really beautiful work.

Very interesting and inspiring work. I don't believe in the tarot as much as others do, but I still found myself wanting to heed the Owl-Woman's advice.

The cards' art hints at a hidden world of humanoid animals alongside humans and hybrid animals that really make me curious. They were fun to shuffle through, and a lot of them reminded me of words like "soft," "feminine," "wonder," and "airy." I found myself wanting to reach in and stroke the feathers of the owls.

The gameplay makes me feel very calm and still, as if waiting for something. It's a soothing sensation, mostly created by the warm music and classy artwork in general.

The only flaw I found was how the Owl-Woman says the name of the card before you see it. It's more instant than I'd like it to be, I'd prefer to read the title on the card itself. It has a better first impression, you know?

In short, The Owl-Woman Oracle is a lovely little game that I will be thinking about for a while because of it's unique artwork and soothing feeling. My favourite part is looking and learning about the cards, while my least is how little material there actually is. You can't go wrong with adding more features like... a section history that records what cards you've previously drawn, more categories, and maybe a censored version for the younger audience. Honestly though, I still really enjoyed this game and will be checking out other works of yours. Cheers!

Thanks so much for the thoughtful feedback!  I'm glad you enjoyed OWO!

hello! this is such a neat creation and your art is AMAZING! i was wondering if you have ever considered printing the deck? I would purchase it in a heartbeat.

I actually did run a Kickstarter to fund a print run of the deck this past summer, and I still have a small handful of extra stock left over!  You can purchase one by Paypal-ing $32 USD ($35 is outside the US) to meagantrott@gmail.com.  Include a mailing address and "OWO" in the comment.
Thanks for checking out my game!  <3

I threw your game into one of my indie romps, drew the sacrifice and for love and it said I was guarded so I asked my girlfriend about it. Here I thought I was doing alright XD

Your game starts at 6:20

Haha, full disclosure, a lot of the Love readings were influenced by my experiences in couples' counseling with my partner.  XD  Thanks for checking out OWO!

For three days in a row I've pulled the Tower card for Love each day. Good times, anyways, love the art in this glad you were able to complete the deck.

Thanks!  It's cool to know that some folks are doing a daily card draw thing with OWO (sorry you're getting such intense results! O_O)

I made a little video! I loved the art style so so so so much. That was interesting.


Thank you! <3

I really enjoyed this! The art and style is simply amazing and every card looks completely different! Great job!

Thank so much!  Great video!

Beautiful evocative imagery. Well-spoken interpretations as well.

Thanks!  I'm so glad you enjoyed it!