Cool, well, my day has officially been made forever, you babes

No Future, that’s me.

(Reblogged from seibei)


We’re.. FUNDED! ALSO, super close to reaching the next stretch goal already!

Thank you all so much! This is really incredible.. With your help, we’ve made this project possible! I’m so excited! 


(Reblogged from hamletmachine)

made a gift for my cool roommate based on some cool music video

Yuko is my roommate and often-collaborator with Date Nighto and oh did I mention she’s like insanely talented? Yeah. Pretty much the best.


made a gift for my cool roommate based on some cool music video

Yuko is my roommate and often-collaborator with Date Nighto and oh did I mention she’s like insanely talented? Yeah. Pretty much the best.

(Reblogged from aidosaur)


How to make dating games with a little help from your friends

Conrad Kreyling designed a visual novel engine to run games in web browsers, and fell into a job with Namco Bandai along the way.

When Conrad Kreyling took a job in game development, he didn’t realize it would mean biking into a federal disaster area to rescue a computer.

On October 29, 2012 Hurricane Sandy hit New York City.

It brought a storm surge, causing the East River to overflow into lower Manhattan, flooding seven subway tunnels and cutting off power to the area for days. At the southern tip of Manhattan in Battery Park, the surge was almost 14 feet high.

(Link to the full story)

(Reblogged from polygondotcom)
(Reblogged from ahvia)


Namco High: Cousin designs

As you might know, ShiftyLook is shutting down later this year and as a result, today is the last day to purchase Namco High.  While I still have a chance, I wanted to talk a little bit about my designs for the game!

Cousin’s appearance was probably the most important design made for the game.  They were also the only character that was created for Namco High; everyone else (excluding a few incidental background characters) was a pre-existing property character.

One of the direct orders I received was that Cousin’s Katamari antenna needed to end in a heart.  So I just played into that theme in spades (or hearts. uh).  Heart-shaped head (the v-neck sweater implies the bottom of the heart shape), heart insignia on the sweater, head and body in shades of red and pink.

Everyone who plays Namco High would need to be able to project themselves onto this avatar.  Cousin has no canon gender, orientation, or race; the player is able to decide all those things for themselves.  As such, I made certain that their design was as imprintable as possible; nondescript sexual and gender signifiers, and a non-human skintone.

The game is available to purchase for $7.50 until the end of March 28th.

(Reblogged from aidosaur)



This is the big surprise project I’ve been working on!
The Starfighter Visual Novel is going to be awesome— but I need your help to make it happen!
Check out the Kickstarter page here! There’s lots of rewards, new art, and a description of the important stuff: how the game will work, what it’ll be about, MY HOPES AND DREAMS, etc! (You can even play a little mini demo to give you an idea of what it will be like!) There is even a really sweet video Thisbe made with slick logo animation and you can hear my tiny wraith voice!
It’s going to be really rad and I’m so excited about this—!
LET’S MAKE IT HAPPEN TOGETHER- visit the Kickstarter here!

It’s real! We’re so excited to be working with Michelle on this project!

(Reblogged from datenighto)


Nihonbashi Koukashita R Keikaku on Vimeo

This is my favorite vocaloid song and video. Seriously incredible.

(Reblogged from greasysweetness)


While we are drawing fanart of people:

Conrad is a coding badass and a stand-up dude.

My buddy and old Muse cohort Emily cooked up this super dope picture of me. I want those shoes.

(Reblogged from thiefrabbit)


I got Okami in HD recently yeah yeah yeah

Justin is going to be working with us at Date Nighto in the future. Also I love Ookami.

(Reblogged from ukiiukii)


Attack on Katsucon 2014, featuring: Eren Yeager (@ahvia), Mikasa Ackerman (@dechanique), Armin Arlert (@ZaraLT), Jean Kirstein (@konistehrad), Erwin Smith (@NoraaOnatac), Levi (@ukiiukii), Zoe Hange (@spacekase), and one lone Corps member who probably got killed off between the morning shoot and night shoot (@bobcatarts).

Wir sind der Jäger!

Bonus version of that Levi/Erwin shot: 

I did a thing at Katsucon this year. I was Jean, the front and center in the last two photos.

(Reblogged from owlformation)
There’s little doubt that “do what you love” is now the unofficial work mantra for our time. The problem is that it leads not to salvation, but to the devaluation of actual work, including the very work it pretends to elevate —and more importantly, the dehumanization of the vast majority of laborers.
[…] “Do what you love” disguises the fact that being able to choose a career primarily for personal reward is an unmerited privilege, a sign of that person’s socioeconomic class. If we believe that working as a Silicon Valley entrepreneur or a museum publicist or a think-tank acolyte is essential to being true to ourselves —in fact, to loving ourselves —what do we believe about the inner lives and hopes of those who clean hotel rooms and stock shelves at big-box stores? […] No one is arguing that enjoyable work should be less so. But emotionally satisfying work is still work, and acknowledging it as such doesn’t undermine it in any way. Refusing to acknowledge it, on the other hand, opens the door to the most vicious exploitation and harms all workers. It hides the fact that if we acknowledged all of our work as work, we could set appropriate limits for it.

In the Name of Love, by Miya Tokumitsu (via smokeandsong)

I linked this on Twitter a while back, but I’ll never stop preaching this.

(Reblogged from writeitreaditkillit)
Levine’s intent with the first BioShock was to skewer the Randian hero whose supposed individual success was actually built on the backs of the worker, yet he has lived that exact Hero’s life. Under cognitive capitalism the goal for any good manager is to undermine autonomy and unpredictability as much as possible, and keep the actual creative work in the heads of a tiny select few who rule by fiat. That Levine isn’t looking for a job while the rest of the assembly line workers are says a lot about how empty the promise of skilled professionals sharing in the success and wealth of high tech capitalism is.
(Reblogged from lkm)


Penny you had one job: Lucky Penny pseudo-valentines

I came across an amazing post on the Lucky Penny tag and have been excitedly waiting for today’s page to post this unfortunate aftermath to these guys’ romantic shenanigans.  Penny, Walter, you guys are babies.

Sorry everyone, for the super un-sexy comic.

The only valentines I’ll be giving out this year.

(Reblogged from aidosaur)

aidosaur asked: best anime theme song


The obvious answer here is Guren no Yumiya, the first Attack on Titan opening.

But here are others in no particular order:

I run an ask blog where I answer the Big Questions. Please feel free.

(Reblogged from konistehask)