Today (tonight? it’s 3 am.) we take a look at some free east Asian virtual instruments you can use to enhance your compositions and Naruto livejournal roleplays.
man if only writing depression essays were an actual job I could make a killing
The presentation of “All the Way Down” is professional grade, as far as the uber-indie world is concerned. They have real falling snow when it’s supposed to be snowing and sounds that pan depending on where your character is walking. Snow crunching from left to right! The future is now, everybody.
Alright, he fact there was no one else at the attraction may have been suspicious, but just because there’s authentic corpses and occult texts in place of any actual scripted haunted house experience doesn’t mean I should be worried, right?
The small visual media studio Klepon Production released an otome game in 2013 based on the Indonesian Mahabharata called “Nacira.” You play a young dancer named Nacira Basita who has been invited as a temporary substitute for the Nirwasita Kingdom’s royal dancer at the crowning ceremony. Upon arriving, she forges a friendship with five eccentric princes and must discover which among them was the lover of the former dancer, who mysteriously disappeared several months back. Here’s how to beat it!