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This is the thing?! XD Whatever the very unnecessary origins of this though I'm glad it turned into this thing... for a moment there thought it was Kendrick Lamar on the beats too. Solid flow; solid everything!

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Was thinking there'd be some twist here about all the foods eventually getting eaten. XD Do you really want to eat that food after this though hmm, maybe best keep it as company after all...

Entertaining PSA! Good message too.

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Eighties pop songs never get old. :) Or maybe that was the nineties... anyway. Got a chuckle out of this. Good fun.

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Did I catch that classic McConaughey 'Alright Alright Alright' somewhere in the mix too? :D

What a fun game this turned into, thought it'd require some time/commitment to play through, but instead it was like an emulatable reflection of those rare days when you really get into the groove and just work and work and work and time moves slow and you feel like you're accomplishing so much and it never ends and you just keep going and everything's amazing and you never want it to end but then it does and the next day you're hella tired instead cause you worked too much the previous day and you barely get anything done at all that next one...

That jazzy background music really enforces that sensation of fluidity/efficiency too. No rush, just steady progress, no limits.

Surprisingly therapeutic gameplay here really. Satisfying sfx too.

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Hmm you know technically this has both visuals AND audio, so that'd make it 2D. ;) Generally anything with visuals would be classed as second dimension too. Audio only would be first. There are actually some 1D games out there where you navigate based on sound only...

Technicalities aside it was fun though! Simple but rewarding.

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ChibiWilli responds:

Interesting.

Welp, time to make Peter Peechris 2!
Squawk!~

With the cover image I thought the twist would be a bit more dimension-based, not so much block shape as in the canvas maybe rotates, or slants sideways, something like that... maybe promises a bit more than this delivers but still a fun thing! Seems some blocks do disrupt things a bit though, they don't seem to sync like they're supposed to, for example: https://www.newgrounds.com/dump/item/2de8f87b2c4dd18b49230a3672c9a2b5

...seems to happen with more than one of the 'new' blocks, and it doesn't seem like this would be intentional? Seems a bit buggy but: potential!

When you figure it all out it'd be fun with a real highscore table too, open up for competition a bit, just sayin'. ;) Keep it up!

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ChibiWilli responds:

Yeah, been messing around with the game a bit now and still can't fix the bug for some reason...

So, I'm going to do the only reasonable thing annnnd...
Declare it as a feature!

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Intensity; annunciation on point! Solid beat. This is awesome.

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But Midorichan17 doesn't have testicles right? As to provide a voice that seems credible and true, more so than easy to listen to and pure, would the voice choice be appropriate? Though then again there is that 'mom' at the end of this...

This was something else hmm, is it fiction? Is it based upon a real experience? Real thoughts? Partially meant to not make sense or always trying to? If it's the latter I feel like you lose me sometimes. I was following along nicely with the eye exercise bit, but after that it moves from context to context in ways I don't really follow. But alright starting off:

- First exercise, what should I be noticing? That my eyes look a bit odd when I'm looking at them from the side, not evenly aligned, as one rotates more than the other to make up for the differing placement as to focus on the same spot? If there was no mirror there indeed you'd be looking at something else than yourself, and never see your eyes, and never notice this interesting effect, if that is the aim?
- Coincidentally there's a great eye exercise where instead of moving your head you move your eyes. In front of a mirror. Focus on one point on the mirror, then focus on one point to the right (without moving your head), then go back. Repeat five times. Do the same to a point to your left. Then up. Then down. Then diagonally in all four directions. Stretches your eye muscles and may improve focus overtime.
- This seems similar to your second part in this experience... is the idea here maybe that VR is faulty? That with current technology you have to move your entire head to shift your gaze, where as in reality this is not the case?
- A technology you could use to look at a woman's body, hands, legs = eyes, as they are? Glasses, if they don't work? VR goggles, if real is not enough? This does class as fictions so...
- Poverty note hopefully part of the fiction - you can do whatever you set your mind to!
- Einstein made more than atom energy and a theory. :) He really led an inspiring life, both before and after the nuclear damage, it's sad that had to be, but if he hadn't invented the hydrogen bomb someone else probably would have; it would've possibly caused all the greater devastation depending on who that was...
- Testicle kick, hopefully also part of the fiction? I don't catch the relation to the food, but yes good simile on the food. Each meal is really like an invention that can only be experienced once...
- Freud's theories have to a large extent been disproven since his day, but they all made so much sense when I read them too... and aren't there more ants than there are chickens? Don't ants count as species? I've wondered if we might reincarnate as them - if we do reincarnate - or if there's just too big a gap in understanding between insects and humans. If the reason for reincarnation is to learn then could we possibly learn anything as an ant? In a way they're like the only ones out there with a civilization in parallel that largely reflects our own; lately it almost seems like we're adopting a hive-mind as well in our strife to all be similar.

If there's additional meaning added in via clever use of punctuation too there's certainty more to this than I'm catching. :) Makes you think, this does, but also feels a bit fragmented; maybe not guiding the listener exactly where you want them to go; bringing across the point you wanted... at the end I'm pondering the correlation between eyes and testicles; the reckless force of the first atomic bomb over Nagasaki playing in my mind...

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Belthagor responds:

Thanks for the good attempt at a review! Good try! :D You're the best.

Doooope. XD Suitably soft eeriness for all age Halloween WAP too! Such a contrast to the real thing. Nice work!

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That's a loooot of ones! :D Reminds me a bit of my first Inktober piece, though soo much more elaborate here. Not just the amount of ones but the arrangement too... do you have any idea how many this is? Any count as you were drawing? Impressive commitment, and fascinating form/color with the composition overall...

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davidpuralocura responds:

lol i had to find the pic you where talking about as you have done inktober more than once
there are app 3542 ones one there maybe a little more or less
the arrangement is kinda like a mandala

This hair here's just amazing. :O

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Of course you do!

Classy portrait though, warm light, stylistic forms... aliens in the background potentially waiting to take you away? Or human behind the masks? Or alien mask over the human one in the foreground too? Could be so many layers to this beyond the initial impression of: just not feeling like you belong... sure would be interesting to sail away on a spaceship; explore the cosmos for real...

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