Cow's Revenge Trailer
- Itch.io: https://pipoypipagames.itch.io/cows-revenge
Consider the impact of #SurveillanceCapitalism companies (#Google, #Facebook, #insurance etc) creating innocent non-medical looking apps that test for medical/#psychological conditions without informing users.
You'll never know why every insurance company turned you away before you discovered you have a debilitating disease...
Neofeud is a game about my experiences growing up in Hawaii's ghetto, being a social worker & STEM teacher for poor, homeless, refugees, mostly non-white kids in slums of Hawaii the tour buses avoid, while living out of a van. 100% of sales go to putting a roof over my kids' head (we're getting kicked out of our house at the end of the month)
Medieval guy #1: okay so what do turtles look like
Medieval guy #2: well they live in the water
Medieval guy #1: so they're fish?
Medieval guy #2: yea. also they bite you. And they have legs
Medieval guy #1: haha weird. What else
Medieval guy #2: they have a shell
Medieval guy #1: like a snail shell?
Medieval guy #2: idk it's some sort of shell. And they can pull their head inside the shell.
Medieval guy #1: ok I think I got it. How's this look
Medieval guy #2: perfect
In the meantime Dragonfly Reverb got a major update!
Un solito en el qeu estoy trabajando sobre una base de djent que encontré en youtube (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rqmAQZRba9s) Aún no está completo ni tampoco lo puedo tocar del todo, pero va quedando guay.
.@krita 4.2 is out. It comes with improved support for more tablets, better support for multi-monitor setups, works with HDR images in all shapes and forms, including animations (Windows only for now), has slicker and faster brushes, and so, so much more.
Is proprietary software artificially bloated for any reason? Maybe a tool looks more professional or complete if it requires a lot of space? Otherwise I cannot figure how blender needs 140MB but Maya asks for 4GB or Krita 180MB vs PSD 3.1 GB. Is the second 17,6 times more capable than Krita or what?
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