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You've unlocked Developers Grove!

–In-Game Congrats! Prompt.

The Developer's Grove, also called The Secret Village, is a location only unlockable by having deposited a total of 10,000 Rapo-Coins into the Wishing Well in Drawn to Life. In the Secret Village, some characters created by the game directors and developers are seen. When the characters are talked to, they will say some information or comments about the game. When this village is unlocked, The Hero will not be able to drop coins in the well ever again.

Most developers will talk about the creation or their part, and some give their opinion of the game. Some things said are inspirational, while others are just random blurbs.

Jeremiah, one of the developers, asks the player if they have found the hidden flower in Wilfre's Lair to save The Mayor. This flower does not exist and is stated by Joe, another developer, that the player should not pay attention to Jeremiah's quote. James later confirmed in a Tweet that Jeremiah inserted the quote as a prank to mislead the player.[1]

Quote Icon Developer's Quotes

Luke Luke Luke

Life is but a ripple in time, together we can make waves! Thanks to my beloved wife Mary for all her support while developing this game



Salami, stuff, and things and pie


Marius MariusMarius

Hey Ninabell, love you like a figlmuller!


Wes Wes Wes

Just wanted to give thanks to the following: my family, northside riders, sunz of darkness, little bro mud, my peeps in nyc, my girl, and all who inspired me


Chern Chern Chern



ChuckChuck Chuck

Finally, a likeness of me that shows an appropriate proportion of how often I use my head to the rest of my body


Jeremiah JeremiahJeremiah

Did you find the secret flower in Wilfre's lair to save the Mayor? ...Or is there really one?


David David David

I dedicate 'The End' song to Molly Hymas! Rock on MJ!


JamesJames James

I'm James, the guy who designed the Coconut Radio. My heart's filled with rock and roll and I wield my beard for justice!


JeffJeff Jeff

Name's Jeff Luke. I designed the levels for this game. No big deal. This one goes out to my biggest fans, Donnie, Brandon, and Jocie. Victoly!


Steve Steve Steve

Edgar was the guy on the couch. He doesn't get enough credit for that


Joe Joe Joe

Ignore what Jeremiah says... I hope you enjoyed the story!


BrianBrian Brian

Creation is the key to inspiration... and with the universal language of art, one can inspire all. For better or worse, the universe is ours to shape.


Ian Ian Ian

All that stuff you drew? Yeah, I made that happen.


Zach Zach Zach

Hey, how'd you like the village? All scripted... yeaaahhh buddy! You ride the Whaleecopter? Dunno how I came up with that... but thanks for playing, check us out again soon!


ShermanSherman Sherman

Zen management- be detached to be attached to what is really going on. For there is something in nothing and there is nothing in something. Wu!


Karina Karina Karina

Raposa are so cute!


Paul Paul Paul

I was gonna write something, but didn't want to upset the rating board.




  • In Jeff Luke's quote, the word victory is misspelled as "victoly".
    • It is unknown if this is intentional or not.
  • In David J. Franco's quote, he mentions a person named Molly Hymas. Hymas is credited as the voice of Mari (excluding the song The End, who was voiced by Hayley Chipman) along with a few other Raposa sound effects. She and Franco both voiced the Raposa sound bits.


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