You'd think MZ would use a dictionary for switches/variables by now?
Games developed:
- Private Eye
- -repent loci- useless apologies of a troublesome witch
- Sa Ilalim ng Gabi
- The Swallow's Descent

...I still have to recreate my profile.
Sa Ilalim ng Gabi
A horror game taking the role of a priestess doing her best to avoid the chaos.



What do you look for in games that you want to play?

For me, how I perceive games depends on the genre. The moment I look at an FPS game, I tend to check whether it has good gameplay. If it's an RPG, narrative. Puzzles, how much the creator decided that he's the only smart person in the world. Whatever comes to mind. Originally, I would say I'd prefer saying something within the lines of 'gameplay' over 'narrative' but even that's been thrown out of the dump because of a few games. Hell, even the notion of 'criteria' gets thrown around at times.

Aveyond should be a game I would've forgotten if not for nostalgia purposes. It is actually the first RPG Maker game that I've played and I kind of got hooked into it. Looking back, it's definitely a story I'd give on a low bar but my child brain back then was wired differently.

On the other side of the spectrum, ULTRAKILL. ULTRAKILL is the one game that prioritizes gameplay above all yet doesn't compromise on how much it can tell a story through the background. After playing the game, it felt like I got more out of it than any other games I've played it (and I rank Final Fantasy Tactics that high, mind you). And even with those standards, I still play old games that I've already played. And those games never bored me still.

And it gets even worse because I never get stuck to a specific genre. Lo and behold, I've gone through the journey of playing heart-pounding titles like Amnesia and then suddenly... switching to games like Mai's Sweet Buns? Discover my surprise when I've suddenly developed an addiction to romantic light novels. Wonder where that came from.

It's definitely an odd experience for me, but all I could pretty much say is that as long as I see potential in a game, then I'd definitely play it. Doesn't matter what genre. If you get me hooked in some way or form (though I do get easily hooked by good music, dear lord Magenta Horizon), then consider me a happy gamer.

tl;dr I should be the last person you should ask for game suggestions. I will just bombard you with titles.

What are you thinking about right now?

Thinking about doing stuff again, mostly just to not look at social media.

Also gam mak. My sweet, sweet release.

Goaling It 2023

Alright, might as well do a half-year update.

Updated savings goal to $1700 because my boss didn't pay me for two months. Though, it's more because he got sick and then his kid got sick as well. That doesn't mean I should slack though. I ended up slacking for three weeks before I finished one of the tasks that was given to me. Really cool idea, Vacc.

Not only that, I only need two month's worth of work so I can finally have my PC! If I keep up my pace, that is. Still, my pace is good enough. It's just that I have to contend with other stuff in my life such as college and the impending doom that is 4th year. Gotta do my thesis at that point.

As for the Japanese one, I don't think it's that much feasible considering my current habits. I might have to go for a complete turnover if I really want to be fluent in it. I just don't want to read Japanese, I also want to speak it. If I do, I get the chance to possibly work in Japan in the future... after a few years of return service in my country.

And finally, getting fit. As much as I'm earning money so I can go to the gym, I still want to see how far I can go in this mini-circuit that I've routed it. It's a 2-miles worth of pain that I intend to do three time per week (instead of daily, because it nearly broke my joints) that consists of three loops. First loop is just walking. Second loop is jogging. Third is walking. Wake up at 6 AM. Rinse and repeat. Of course, my problem again is habits. It's hard to remove them.

That's also why I'm leaning away from competitive games nowadays. As much as it's fun to play with people, there's not much I can do if the only thing I'm doing is just clicking heads. I have a lot of things that I wanted to do, and I don't want future me to be disappointed in the fact that I got caught in by a tidal wave because of said friends. Hell, I made sure that I'm not that completely a drunkard considering the streak they're doing every week.

And that's all there is. Gotta keep shape, gotta keep making. Besides, I get more out of doing something than thinking that it will be me with my unrequited love.

Goaling It 2023

Late to the party, but I got a few things in mind for this year to reach:
  • Make a gam (very important)
  • Learn Japanese
  • Earn and save about $1700 dollars(from $2700, because my boss forgot I existed)
  • Get an actual PC (laptop scrub) (Budget is around ~$900)
  • Beat the grueling circuit that is your village road.

This time I can finally do those things. If not, guess we can just say taking a step is better than standing on the same tile of the floor.

There's so much fun stuff here

We have a Discord?


I don't know how to use 2K3, so I'm using this as a test. UWAAAAAAAAA

Resurrect the Dying

Ah crap, it started today?! Unbelievable!

Resurrect the Dying

My dead game's not the only thing that's coming back from the dead. My two years of not making is coming back too.

There are no more Kentona jokes here, and that's depressing.

So do we starting making the KentonaBot now, or do we do that AFTER the android revolution?

i miss kentona

he's got 99 dodge of course you'll miss him