Pilot is a two player visual novel, created in Ren’py over the span of a year for my Master of Design at Massey University. It’s about a parasitic alien and two human women, and examines the role of the other in science fiction. It’s queer, it’s short, it’s sweet, there are 24 possible endings, music by Pengosolvent and over 200 illustrations. It’s two-player (or you can play it alone), and you pay what you want for it. There are two games, one where you play as the alien and the other as the human, and you communicate choices to the other player in order to sync your games as you play. You can download it for free, but anything you want to donate is very much appreciated, as are shares and reblogs!
Description: Lydia confesses her feeling to Stiles, but he get mad and says she can’t love him because he’s with Malia and they start yelling at each other and then Lydia says “you don’t know how many times i’ve fallen in love with you” and she tells him about each time she fell more and more in love with him
Description: Lydia has a mental break down in front of the Sheriff and he try’s to comfort her. He calls stiles for help because he doesn’t know what to do. He watches as stiles calms Lydia down and sees how much they care for each other.
Description: It’s been two weeks since Stiles sacrificed his life to save Lydia, and just when she begins to come to terms with his death she begins to see him in her dreams. But the thing is they aren’t just dreams. There is evidence to suggest that perhaps Stiles is still alive and that the person she sees in her dreams is really Stiles. The only thing left for her to do is pull him out of the waters and back into the real world, but can she do it?
The adorable baby fairy pokemon. This little onion turns into none other than the Clefairy. And while it has an unfortunate name in Japanese (at least in the english language… the name being “pi”, pronounced, “pee”) it is just so adorable.
Pi in this case is a reference to the noise that a baby animal makes… There’s a reason why Pi-chu, Toge-pi… and that might be it?
print “Sean Nakamura’s Zombie randon crowd generator Scripting Anm 255” print “makes a crowd placed along x and z axis. y axis is 0.” print “crowd is grouped as randomPerson group.” print “ object is stickMan"
import maya.cmds as cmds # Head head = cmds.polySphere(sx=20, sy=20, r=2, n = ‘head’) cmds.move( 0, 14, .2 ) cmds.scale( 0.7, 1, 0.78 )
Yo fair warning about Furvilla about copyright concerns:
The mods are super wishy-washy at best and do not follow their own rules, particularly so for submitting the Painties.
This is going to be an earful so if you don’t want to hear it and continue on with the site I suggest ignoring this. And honestly this is just a smidgeon of what I want to say but I’ll start with what I have proof of before going off any further.