The Spera Gathering
It’s fascinating to witness a story being illustrated in such various styles without loosing its coherence.
I wonder if there is anything inherently interesting about Palo Alto, as there is (are?) about bigger cities like New York City, Paris, or Detroit.
Do I find myself groping for descriptors other than “quiet”, “nothing to do there”, and “20 minute drive from this amazing ramen place” merely because I grew up there? Because most of the time I spent in Palo Alto I was staring at textbooks, wasting my time on the internet, or wondering what it’d be like if my parents made more money? (To be fair I also fantasized about becoming a nun, shepherd, and hermit.)
In elementary school we were taught about the Stanfords, the Ohlone, and the Gold Rush of 1848. Middle school was where we first heard, most likely from our older siblings, that Palo Alto was a bubble and that we should at least be aware of how sheltered we were. I’m at a loss for words to sum up what I learned in high school. Mostly that killing yourself isn’t worth the pain it causes your loved ones, and even people who barely knew your name. This paragraph started out leading somewhere, but I don’t know where anymore.
What you know or learn about a city is limited by the people you spend time with and the things you do and see with them. I wish now that I hadn’t been so stingy with my time, that I was less monomaniacal in pondering true friendship, true meaning, true understanding and more willing to risk a little in the process of discovering these things.
Mizuka’s cat, walk animation - The Coral Cave
The Coral Cave is a point & click adventure game set in Okinawa.
More infos on our Indie DB page.
This lady cat is one of the main characters of the game.
Isn’t she cute?
what a beautiful day!! deserving the foulest expletives of praise! yes we shall have a cup of wine. because we can!
new phone theme.
and that’s about as exciting as my life gets folks