Meet Cory Nieves. He’s a dapper, 10-year old CEO of Mr. Cory’s Cookies who started his own booming cookie business in an effort to help his mom buy a car after moving from NYC to New Jersey in 2009.
Don’t you just love this?
EVERYTHING ABOUT THIS OMFG
He dresses better than I do
mado is just tryna get that good sleep honestly
i’m swallowing my pride and anxiety and posting my madotsuki cosplay :x
the other cosplayer was a very sweet girl who borrowed some of my props for pictures. i think she was lots better than i was though, along with the other one in my top 10 favorite pictures i recently posted!
Fanservice Fanny welcomes you to Nom-Om’s development blog for Nom-Om and the Honey Tree.
Nom-Om and the Honey Tree is surreal game being made on RPG Maker VX Ace by Land-of-Obscure-Potatoes (or Spenchan). It’s a game where you go deep into the world of Multisphere to help Nom-Om find a cure for her ill parent.
Updates will range from dailey, to weekly, to monthly depending on how production goes.
So I’ve been reading about Yume Nikki. (In fact, I still am.)
Why am I not playing it? Because I know it’ll bore me. :)) But I’m so intrigued by the game that I had to watch gameplays and read stuff about it. Sooo interesting.
- No dialogues
- An exploration game. You walk around to get all “effects” to finish and see the ending.
- Sad ending. Since the game does not directly tell a story, the player could come up with many theories as to why she dreams of such stuff and why it ended like that.
- So many characters and locations. How could anyone come up with that and tie them all together?
- Seems like there is no contact made to the sole creator, Kikiyama. Theories were never confirmed. How did he come up with such a beautiful game? Never answered. You might bump into a so called “Kikiyama interview” but it looks fake to me. Just the fact that the characters and everything else, except the main protagonist, were not named by the game. The fans named them.
I don’t know what else to say. I just wanna share this to spread word about the wonderful game. I give praise to it even if I haven’t played it myself. What I have seen and read is enough.
I can’t believe someone can make such a game. But I’m happy Kikiyama did.
Here’s a download link, btw:
album art is coming along….I might turn it into a print too, in the future.