K so quick question, cause I’m a worry wart like this, will there ever be a point where you’ll stop making the great noodle jape a free program? Cause I haven’t had a chance to download it yet and I’m super excited to.
aw no worries at all! no The Great Noodle Jape will remain free to play for however long the internet stands, heh. think of it like a big ol’ love letter from me to all of you and Undertale itself. <3
the answer is: both! <3
- i created The Great Noodle Jape (available for download currently on PC and Mac) and released it for the 2nd anniversary. it’s a visnov-style interactive game where you get to talk to a bunch of the skelebros and try to puzzle out who stole Paps’ noodles >v>
- i am also working now on a second game. i won’t release the title yet, as i’ve got some intensive work to do - i’ll make one post with a small preview when i’m close to finishing it, since that’s how i roll X) i try not to hype too much, or else i get in my own way. this game won’t be visnov, though - it’ll be an RPG style game! puzzling situations and interactions abounding, and one hell of a situation to try to navigate and escape… it’ll probably be an hour or so to play, maybe longer - haven’t finalized the script yet, and there’s a few variables in what i can pull off that’ll change the effects.
a concept: it’s a fall morning. the leaves are just starting to change color, and there’s a slight chill in the air. I am sitting on the front porch with my significant other, drinking coffee and reading books in comfortable silence. we’re sharing a blanket to keep warm. neither of us have anywhere to be or anything we have to do today. whenever one of us finds a line in our book that we really like, we read it aloud to the other. everything is peaceful and calm.
the thing is,, not being straight is a really important part of me..and it makes me uncomfortable when people see being aroace as like.. branching off heterosexuality. like if sexuality is a line– gay is on one end, bi in the middle, and straight on the other end, (not saying thats a good way to look at it, its just generally how straight people see lgb identities) it feels like people see aroaces as like.. another line branching off of heteros. Its like youre saying being aroace is a subset of heterosexuality