In-Depth-Review of DJ Max Technika Q for Android and iOS… no wait scratch that!… Fuck iOS due to constant connectivity issues so this is just an Android review… Deal with it!December 27, 2014
ComiPO Ver.2 is now available in English (aka the rest of the World)… so uh, has it become a really good software or…November 16, 2014
OK, it’s been a while since I blogged about anything but let’s start with the recent news that is relevant to uh… me…
First, let’s talk about ComiPO! For those who don’t know what ComiPO is… it’s this software from Japan where you can make Comics/Manga even if you cannot draw. I reviewed it quite a while back in this blog post… Yes, click here…. trust me it’s safe. It’s actually a really fun software to use. So fun that i even made an OELVN using it.
Because some people just want to watch the world burn… BWAHAHAHA!!!
OK it’s actually a byproduct of insomnia and I cannot sleep until I did something outrageous and this was the first thing that came to my mind. Once I have a firm grasp of what I needed to have and do to accomplish this, I latched on to it and never let go until I’m done…
And to the person who provided the Voiceless audio-track:
Once upon a time, the Handsome (yet Gloriously Fat) Uncle Mugen is skimming through lemmasoft to see what’s going on. By chance I saw “this thread“ in the Work in Progress of Café Memoria. According to the thread…
Café Memoria is a new restaurant in town, run and operated by a woman named Elena Pervova. You, as the male protagonist (Ryne), are curious about this restaurant and decide to eat lunch there. As you enter, you are greeted by a female friend of yours, and the daughter of the owner of the restaurant, Anna, who happens to be quite shy. Since she works here, perhaps this is an opportunity for her to improve. How well do you think she will do?
Normally, I’d read a thread and then move on to the next until I saw this image…
Oh… I recognize those! His scene contains a few models I hosted on the Sketchup 3D Warehouse. So this is Café Memoria… looks good enough. In the typical Uncle Mugen fashion, I casually showed it to my peers and asked them what they think of this building… let’s just say we ended up in a nearly (almost) 2 hour debate ranging from why this building isn’t energy efficient to it’s somewhat brutalistic aesthetic. At the end of the debate we have two options… if this building existed in real life, we will… Read the rest of this entry »