Espeon's Microgame: News #21) Fighting with the coding to make sense of it all. Spent two days trying to make fade transitions, but Flash object oriented design couldn't handle the effect with nested movieclips, so we're going back to the traditional "fade to black - fade in" from MSA/MSA 2.More Like This
2) Scenes practically done in full, save some minor dynaic details (visible breath clouds, some... moisten details, etc). Leaving that for the last minute.
3) Testing held back until full release of the beta. Better let the testers check the end product in full as to not influence their oppinions due to overplay.
4) I'm aching to draw again (seems like this worked), but I'll hold back till the microgame gets released to the public. Better let the drive build up.
MH HSA: Invincible state.what happens if the hunter dosen't feel like getting up after getting hit hard? heres what will happen...More Like This
Obscure Kaiju: Daibutsu KaikokuMuch like King Kong here in America, "Godzilla" (1954) was NOT the first giant monster movie made Japan, despite being the earliest one to make a long lasting impact. Again, much like our very own King Kong.More Like This
"Daibutsu Kaikoku", -OR- "The Giant Buddha Statue's Travel Through the Country", was a 1934 fantasy film, in which a Daibutsu, (giant Buddha statues common throughout Japan) comes to life. And goes on a nation-wide tour to help the people, while also visiting some famous sights of the day.
Not exactly the most exciting of narratives, when compared to the more wild and violent cinematic Kaiju to follow in Godzilla's footsteps. But then again, we are dealing with a magically animated Buddha statue here.
And one that wasn't a multi-armed, killer robot, built by an alien-owned terrorist organization.
Unfortunately, "Daibutsu Kaikoku" has long been since lost to time, like so many early Japanese