If you follow me on itch.io, you know that I recently released a visual novel named Down the Memory Lane. Now, I'm super excited to tell you that a YouTuber called BlancoKix has made a video about it. Please check it out!
Hi everyone! It's been a while since the previous Currently on art update, so it's time to write and post another one!
Hi everyone! It's been 1.5 months since the last update again, so it's time for a new one. This time, I have some exciting news!
It's hard to believe that a quarter of this year has gone by, yet here we are, having April Fool's Day 2021. Time has been speeding recently, or maybe I just haven't surfaced from my drowning-in-coursework periods as often as before. In any case, I've got a lot to talk about, so this'll be a long post.
As promised, I got something playable out of my Game Off 2020 project, Project Moonshot! Yay!
As you know if you have followed my posts, I have released two games on itch.io recently, MathQuiz and Against Procrastination. I don't have much to say about them now that they've been out for a while, but they are noteworthy enough to be mentioned here. The bigger thing, however, is my first book release, made under the pen name N. WS. Jokela!
It is time for yet another announcement! My Twine project, named Against Procrastination, is finally ready, tested by two testers whom I recruited locally and now available on itch.io!
Anyway, a sequence of events involving forgetting to back my current Twine project into cloud before rebooting my laptop from Ubuntu to Windows for an extended period of time ended up leading me to finally looking into the game my boyfriend and I made two years ago for our programming course, MathQuiz. After a night and a morning's work with things, I got it released on itch.io!
If you follow my Twitter account, you have noticed a lot of automated posts from WordPress. These are from posting my portfolio-worthy pieces here to have them in a neat portfolio.
I stumbled upon Talk to Transformer, which is about a neural network completing text given to it. Since the FFM writer I found it through, Flammenfeder, asked its opinion on politics, I decided to ask it the question "What is art?"