And here, this is for you! I only realized after drawing it that his name is Toyota Misubishi
. Oh well...
It's actually supposed
to be Mitsubishi with a t (the joke obviously being that it is
Japanese, but not a name), but I mistyped that quite often, including in his actual definition! A search on the wrong "misubishi" didn't turn up anything when checking the script, because I didn't realise Ren'Py search is case sensitive. Thanks for letting me know, it's quite the blunder and I'll fix this and re-upload tomorrow.
And thank you yet more for the fan art! It's awesome. I'd show it to my artist
, but, unfortunately, he's been dead since 1883.
Sometimes it feels like making a VN is like the asymtote f(x) = 1 / x; as you put less into it, you get more in return
Sapphi wrote:I think your game should not be in this contest. It had awesome art, awesome music, and really funny writing. I can't find anything bad about it, lol! Wao Feng's end was hilarious. I think I almost cried. I can't remember if I did or not because I was laughing too hard to notice. XD
Well, my aim was to abuse
other people's works. The art doesn't always logically correspond with what you'd expect from the text, like Toyota, who is just a Japanese teenager, but has the sprite of a griffin-riding knight; it has backgrounds that have things going on like meetings or flying angels that aren't mentioned at all and the sprites don't always have logical poses, like Konichiwo who always seems to lie down.
As for the music, only the credits piece was meant to be played on its own. All other pieces are part of a greater whole. For example, a Baroque concerto
consists of three movements, fast-slow-fast, but I just use the slow movements sometimes and never mention its corresponding ones at all. Granted, I might be a bit more picky about this than most people, but I always hate it when my MP3 player jumbles Bach's violin concertos and plays two adagios
after one another. It's also being cut off all the time - sorry, Mozart, but we're done talking about babies now, on to the bad jokes! And hey, maybe one day you're hearing the oratorio Solomon
by Händel, and when Act III starts you get reminded of terrible, terrible
asymptote jokes - that's bad, isn't it
? And I can only imagine poor Beethoven spinning in his grave for using a sonata he dedicated to a woman he loved to accompany my naked baby jokes.