RMN Underwater Pixel Quilt 2022

Can I do another?

Whatchu Workin' On? Tell us!

Technically it's an emulator (or will be, right now it's just a mostly complete albeit very simple 6502 assembler) not a full game, but I've been working on GD6502 in the Godot game engine

RMN Underwater Pixel Quilt 2022

C5 is done. That took way longer than I had hoped, and it didn't really turn out much like what I had hoped for, but there.

RMN Underwater Pixel Quilt 2022

I claim C5

Pixel Club

I hope you're ready for mouth watering clamburgers

The Alley

Currently working on a new game in MV, and excited to take advantage of pixel movement + collision map plugins which really complement the experience!

I've been kinda out of the loop with RPG Maker stuff (and always used other game engines anyway) so I didn't know there's a RPG Maker version that allows you to do pixel movement. I'll definitely have to keep on the lookout for it.

The Alley

I just finished the game. This is pretty impressive, and a very unique art style for a RPG Maker game.

The game engine's orthogonal movement does make some areas a little awkward to get around in, but it doesn't detract too much from the gameplay, the general isometric mapping is pretty impressive and makes the game really stand out from the crowd.

Why are these forums relatively inactive?

Also fun fact: there are still servers that host sites using the Gopher protocol, which is a little older than HTTP, though those are mostly just digital museums kept online for curious wanderers.

Why are these forums relatively inactive?

I realize this is a very late reply, but while forums have definitely not been as popular as they once were, there's a big difference between forums and things like floppy drives and CDs (and the other stuff). For example, floppy drives are no longer used with modern computers not just because of their obsolescence but because no motherboard made in the last two decades is even able to have a floppy drive or a CD drive from that era connect to it. Meanwhile, forums are still very usable just like Reddit, Discord, social media, etc because they all are still usable, even if forums don't have as many features.

Heck, the IRC chat protocol is older than HTTP itself, and it's still very much in use. There are still multiple active IRC servers and multiple channels on those servers, and while they're obviously not nearly as active as they used to be compared to stuff like Discord and social media (is Reddit considered to be social media?), I'm confident that they'll be around for quite a while.

I've also noticed there seems to be an increasing amount of backlash towards social media, especially towards Facebook, Twitter, and Reddit, and not just from boomers.

tl;dr: like IRC, forums aren't going anywhere soon.

Never mind sorry, I'm a big dummy and didn't see the clarification. That's what I get for replying late.

author=Runic Cipher
Discord, Reddit, and social media in general can all go die in a fire. Those platforms are actively pro-censorship, too. With all the things going on in the world lately, forums, e-mail, and IRC are still the best forms of online communication, and that's not likely to change for the foreseeable future.
There's also imageboards, though watch your step if you decide to enter that.

Goodwill Finds

I found all six volumes of the Scott Pilgrim comic series at a Goodwill.

There was also another time where I found a couple blazers. They were plaid, covered in sequins, and were the ugliest jackets I've ever seen in my life, and if they weren't way too big for me, I would have bought them in a heartbeat and looked for every excuse to wear them. It was the kind of thing that's so ugly and garish that it wraps around to being beautiful.
In retrospect though, I probably could have just gotten them adjusted.