"You are 23, why do you act like a child?", "Ma'am, the real question is, why don't YOU act like a child?", "Because I'm not.", "Oh, well okay then, I'll continue to have fun, while you act high and mighty! See you later!" - Seriously people, just because I act like a child when it is okay to do so, doesn't mean in a professional environment I'm not.. well, professional. I choose to live life to the fullest, acting like a child w...
Looking at No Man's Sky and it's Procedural art and the sorts. I'm kind of wondering if you could do a small scale procedural system in VXAce, where you create a formulas placing tiles, it will only generate a little off screen so if you find a building and go into it it just generates a building around you... hmmmm. That would be impressive.
HAd a great idea fort a arcade fishing app, been thinking about it for days. So I decided to see if they had something like that so I looked up "Arcade fishing" and the first 1 was almost EXACTLY what I was thinking. Sigh. Lol
Tai's comment made me think a little about D&D and the style. Would anyone like a game that has the same systems as it? Or mechanics? Or even a D&D game period. That comment he made, made my mind go hog wild on ideas. Lol
Started RPing with a group of people (4 including myself). While it is my first time I'm having a blast. Not only that though, I found it is extremely useful in game thoughts. So I asked them when we are done if I could use it to make a game. So perhaps in the future ya'll will see our RP session in game form. (The way we have it, the story progression could go on for a for months)
"The Great Wall is great. But, most people can only be the slaves who built it, leaving their bones underneath that wall. They spent their whole life to build that wall and the empire, an empire that enslaves them." I'm just going to turn it into a modern-day sad tale.
I don't know about you, but today the covid frustration is seriously getting to me. Haven't really seen many of my friends for two years, since i moved towns the year before this all started, and well, i miss them
so, here's a cute alpacaraptor sketch to heighten the mood: