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Freedom Planet: Sonic Fan Showcase + Demo versionFreedom Planet: Sonic Fan Showcase + Demo version1 year ago in Personal More Like This
Some of you probably already heard about that promising Sonic Fan Game project called Freedom Planet featuring some characters of :iconziyoling: and :icondarkerstrife: and on which I work for a part as well.
I create this Journal Entry to spread again the message and to share with you the presentation Video of that game, by Sonic Fan Showcase.
Right here!! ====> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vZq_tIifL9U&feature=g-u-u
Also if you're interested by the project don't hesitate to join the Facebook Page! http://www.facebook.com/freedomplanetgame
Aaaand one last good news, you can already play to the first Demo Version of Freedom Planet by downloading it on the official website right there! http://freedomplanet.galaxytrail.com/ Isn't it fabulous? \o/
Thanks for your attention, and see you later peeps!
Roses are grey, violets are also grey...What I am about to share with you is perhaps the most universally interesting conversation topic that I have to offer: my red-green colour blindness. I've only just realised that 'colour blind' is two words, thanks to a Wikipedia article being open in the next tab. My life so far has been a lie.Roses are grey, violets are also grey...2 years ago in Personal More Like This
I'll start by dispelling a misconception: not all colour blind people see in black and white. (Admittedly my misleading title isn't helping the cause.) This is only the case for very very few people, and so far I haven't met anyone with monochrome vision. The truth is that the majority of colour blind people simply have difficulties telling the difference between some (but not all) colours.
Right, onto the interesting part! The subtitle is doubly suitable here, since the term 'red-green colour blindness' does not just mean red and green. Makes it even more difficult to explain, huh? Speaking from my own experience, there's very