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Alexis_Royce, 30 Mar 2013 05:01 pm     Reply


Welcome to our comic. Speakers are encouraged, but you can read with the sound off if you'd like.

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Raine-chan, 30 Mar 2013 03:38 am     Reply


This is so cool :D

Alexis_Royce, 30 Mar 2013 11:28 am     Reply


@Raine-chan: Thank you so much! We tried not to use too much sound; we just wanted a little bit.

fantasyleigh, 01 Apr 2013 12:38 pm     Reply


Why yes, I believe I will read this comic.

ddelphis (Guest), 13 Apr 2013 11:05 pm     Reply

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Is there a way to read this without the snazzy extra parts? My computer doesn't support the plug-in. Thanks. The thanks is not sarcasm.

ChibiSilverWings, 13 Apr 2013 11:33 pm     Reply


@ddelphis: Sorry to say no D: We might someday have a way to make it without Flash, but at the current time, the flash plugin is required to read it. I'm really sorry about that!

I know for awhile my computer was broken and I could only use my phone's internet so I could never load any flash stuff. I'm so sorry about that. Thanks for trying anyway!

MistPower101 (Guest), 14 Apr 2013 10:54 pm     Reply


@ddelphis: If you have an iPod or iPhone, you can download an app called Puffin. It's a browser that actually supports Flash ^^ The free version's Flash only works for two weeks though, but the app is only two dollars or so if I remember correctly.
It doesn't solve your computer problem, however...

MistPower101 (Guest), 14 Apr 2013 10:57 pm     Reply


@ChibiSilverWings: In a webcomic called "Homestuck" by Andrew Hussie, there's a lot of Flash games and such, and a few of the more recent ones were made with HTML5 rather than Flash, and they're actually pretty good ^^ There were character portraits, dialogue boxes, background music, and background images (and then a bunch of other stuff too). There wasn't a "next" arrow, but it would be easy to put in, I assume. In any case, I believe HTML5 can do everything you're doing in Flash now. :D

ChibiSilverWings, 15 Apr 2013 12:04 am     Reply


@MistPower101: Yeah, I'm sure we could accomplish much of our functionality in HTML5, however, none of use are programmers. stkbayfield has been learning basic Action Script to put together the comics as of now, and hopefully we'll learn more tricks as we go.

stkbayfield, 15 Apr 2013 12:16 am     Reply


Guess I have a whole bunch of homework to do. I seem to have a nack for picking this stuff up. The animation I did for the Ask Tyler blog I learned the night before I did it.

HTML5 may take a while. I'll look in to it and see if it is possible to do any of the magic interactivity we're planning.

PS: Thank TeamFourStar for that.

HABE, 16 Apr 2013 07:48 pm     Reply


Coincidentally, I just started exploring the Ren'Py visual novel engine this week. That would be an ideal platform for this (and it requires no real programming skills to code.) Perfect for the interactive stuff too.

Alexis_Royce, 16 Apr 2013 07:54 pm     Reply


@HABE: I've worked with Ren'Py before (earlier this month, actually), and it is a wonderful engine. We're planning to do more with it later, but then we can't post it in small increments like we can on a website.

IceAngelRae, 13 May 2013 11:50 pm     Reply

The first page.
I remember when I first clicked on this link. It wasn't too long ago...but I saw it on the Homestuck ads, fearfully I clicked on it.

I instantly fell in love. With the characters and all.

ChibiSilverWings, 14 May 2013 05:47 pm     Reply


@IceAngelRae: We're very glad to have you!

Don Quixotes, 24 Aug 2013 06:13 am     Reply


Hey, an update! Cool.

jseph1234, 03 Oct 2013 02:03 pm     Reply

Nice work
Good work on this. One thing that I would like is auto-play, instead of mouse clicking each time.

burningtyger, 28 Oct 2013 01:08 am     Reply


@jseph1234: this way it keeps you engaged.

Evil Eye, 02 Apr 2014 01:23 am     Reply

Hmmm
What have we here...?

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