So imagine that Hinata is really good at designing game backgrounds and characters and stuff and Kenma knows how to code games. A few months after they meet they find out about each other's skills and decide to make a small demo. Over the years their projects get bigger and eventually they release their first indie game.
Imagine if it’s a visual novel, with elements similar to pokémon, the legend of zelda, and ao oni in places. It’s an adventure story, featuring a protagonist out to prove themself, and has an affinity for certain animals who, in later releases, gain their own playable stories and basically it’s really creative and cool
please ignore the crappy graphic. i have finally reached 1,000 followers and decided to post an follow forever to celebrate. i also haven’t posted a follow forever in a long time. but first i wanted to thank all of my followers. you guys are amazing and i love you all. at the risk of sounding too cheesy, it really means a lot to me that you all follow me. like i honestly can’t believe that over a thousand people follow me. it kind of blows my mind. now onto the follow forever because i could ramble on forever about how much my followers mean to me! so all the blogs i follow are quality blogs and i love them all and everyone should go follow them.
for all of you who are salty about the negativity EXP is receiving
Let me explain something to you:
Singing a shitty pop song in english and adding the words “naega” and “yeppeo” in it at random fucking times and doing peace signs in your music videos does not make you a k-pop idol. Not going through the harsh training that so many k-pop idols have had to go though in order to get to where they are now does not make you a k-pop idol. Being some pretty boy from New York and having asian friends who give you random korean lyrics that you don’t even understand and making you sing them on an album does not make you a k-pop idol. Your name sounding like a bootleg version of EXO does not make you a k-pop idol.