friends who are looking to just start practicing w/ makeup, ELF which is like the cheapest makeup ever (but pretty good quality oddly) has everything 50% off for the next 6 hours
very very recommend picking up some basic things just to mess around with and try out if that is something youre interested in
anime jock is the best oxymoron
it is and so i must achieve it (by pretending to understand a sport and really be into it but really i watched an anime about said sport and have never touched that kinda ball in years)
Prince of the Crows
I have a little sticky note up to remind me to play wadanohara actually! what i’m thinkin of doing is starting at least one of them and making sure i’ve gotten, like, really into the game right before i go back to school so i can play the game for a few hours on the long-ass drive up
thanks for the reccomendation tho the more people saying i should play a thing the better i feel about this plan
Myth | Beach HouseCan’t keep hanging on
To all that’s dead and gone
The Gray Garden: a world where angels and demons live in harmony.
Yosafire, a demon who likes flowers, enjoys a carefree life with her friends.
Then one day, a mysterious bat appears in the garden…
The Gray Garden is a pseudo-RPG with a heavy story focus, made by Mogeko (site name Deep-Sea Prisoner) in RPG Maker 2000. I say “pseudo” because the story is what you’re here for and the RPG elements stay firmly in the back seat. Being bad at RPGs shouldn’t be a concern.
Something of a disclaimer: the pacing isn’t always the greatest. And the game is quite long, Mogeko’s estimate being 6 hours. It largely makes up for any problems with its charm; it’s a really cute story, and it’s clear a lot of care was put into many areas. Stick with it, and I think you’ll enjoy it.
Oh, and be sure to run RTPFaker if it tells you the RTP isn’t installed. For technical reasons, the game actually uses the RPG Maker 2000 RTP this time, rather than 2003 like Ib and Standstill Girl did.