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Blog: The New Site is now open!  
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Rating Orb shadowgokustar 16 United States PhlegmaticCholeric 134C 38F
6 years ago | (0)
Hey, Pseudolonewolf, if you ever read this, I wanted to let you know that I'm back! I don't know if you ever missed me or anything... Anyways, I can't log on to the new site, or join. If any members of the new site see this, can you try to notify PLW for me?
Blog: Site Renewal  
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Rating Orb shadowgokustar 16 United States PhlegmaticCholeric 134C 38F
7 years ago | (8)
-- Wow. Yes, I would love to see a completely new site! I've kinda been a lurker lately, but I would love to see a re-formatting. Just imagine, everyone who doubts, that Pseudolonewolf doesn't have the same skill in coding in games now than he had six years ago, and he's gotten immeasurably better in site coding, as well. I think that not updating would be a very stupid decision. Not only has Pseudolonewolf gotten better, but so has coding itself. It's definitely got new code options and things that I'm sure that get changed and added daily, and Pseudo probably would like to explore these new things. I guess that's all I've got to say, as I'm sort of rusty at posting comments, but I plan on becoming more active now.

-- Wow, I've been here for two years already... I feel like some old guy that preys upon younger children/members in their naïvete... o_O I think that two years calls for having a new bio. I have definitely changed since then...
Blog: New Site Logo?  
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Rating Orb shadowgokustar 16 United States PhlegmaticCholeric 134C 38F
7 years ago | (2)
1I must say, I was quite surprised when I saw the new logo, but I really like it! Although, I'm not sure if you should change everything that represented you because one game didn't really fit in well with the old one. I really am not complaining about it, however, and I think that if you were to make random pixel art sometimes, it would be a very good way to attract people to the site. I don't know, I bet you've thought of this before, as it seems you've always thought of everything. One of my favorite websites is pixeljoint.com for viewing pixel art. There's some pretty amazing stuff there.
Blog: Weekly Update: AFR Stuff  
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Rating Orb shadowgokustar 16 United States PhlegmaticCholeric 134C 38F
7 years ago | (10)
Ooh, yes! This looks amazing! You never cease to astound me by your works, Pseudo! It's nice that you are trying something new! I really have nothing bad to say about this. Good work!
Blog: Ugh, children.  
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Rating Orb shadowgokustar 16 United States PhlegmaticCholeric 134C 38F
7 years ago | (5)
-- What about Communism? I know it originally started as a government system that wold mean equality for every citizen, but because of the "natural sense of entitlement" that Mr. Punkas described, no single human could actually believe in this type of government, including it's leader(s).

-- Now, I'm glad that you pointed out that the people are in control, because we all know it is just going to make Pseudo more mad at us young'ins (me included). Doesn't this say something about how he would rather rule this site? I bet that personally - and I'm assuming things here -, he wants everything to be nice and smooth-running, with everyone around his age group (and some that are older, to help make it interesting), and with everyone (preferably) living in the U.K., but it's okay if they live in other countries, too, as long as they don't have an American mentality, and as long as they don't use Americanisms AT ALL. I don't think that he is actually that extreme about how he dictates (or wishes to dictate) the site, but I think that the way I just described would be more comfortable for him than the way it is now, and that he has every right to govern it that way if he so chose. But like I said, I'm just assuming things. (There's a little phrase that comes to mind right now... "If you assume things, it makes an 'A**' out of 'U' and 'ME'." I think it's a tad vulgar, but I think it's appropriate to my future defense... And it's good for a laugh every once in a while.) Anyways, I hope that eventually I reach an acceptable (or maybe exceptional?) age for Pseudolonewolf. I "know" that it's my mentality and actions, not my age, that really affects his opinion of me, but they're so closely related that I think that it doesn't really matter to distinguish between them.

-- Ugh... Well, I think I said too much here (and probably of the wrong things, and I probably did it in the wrong way), but I hope I got my point across.
Blog: Weekly Update  
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Rating Orb shadowgokustar 16 United States PhlegmaticCholeric 134C 38F
7 years ago | (7)
-- I still honestly believe that I would do well. I mean, I think that anyone who had the patience to play through Deliverance 5 times in order to "beat it," when they knew before hand that there was no real ending, would make a good beta tester. I'm just saying that I have the patience, but it's from experience, not my own expectation.

-- I'm so glad that you are capable of producing a game within a few months like this, and I hope you will be able to continue making great games, because I'm pretty sure the artistic expression makes you less likely to go on a homicidal rampage. ;P
Blog: CBC needs Beta Testers  
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Rating Orb shadowgokustar 16 United States PhlegmaticCholeric 134C 38F
7 years ago | (4)
-- Uh, I know you already mentioned it a little while ago, but since you said you were re-starting your PM list and that you are going to reply to all the new ones, why don't you also release Mardek on Newgrounds? I know you said you weren't able to (for some personal reason or another, not a technical difficulty) earlier, but why not now? Isn't it just 5-10 minutes to upload or something? I'm pretty sure if you put it on Newgrounds at the same time as releasing CBC, you would increase CBC's profits by a lot. Just providing support for you and your endeavors. ;)
Blog: CBC needs Beta Testers  
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Rating Orb shadowgokustar 16 United States PhlegmaticCholeric 134C 38F
7 years ago | (2)
-- I would like very much so to be a beta tester, please. I do want to search for everything in the game, and I will actually try to give the best feedback I can. (I don't want to sound like the overbearing braggart you were mentioning earlier, but I have earned plenty of 'secret' medals on Newgrounds by just trying to figure out every last detail of the game.)
Blog: So what's 'CBC', then?  
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Rating Orb shadowgokustar 16 United States PhlegmaticCholeric 134C 38F
7 years ago | (8)
-- Uh, wow! I wasn't expecting it to look anything like this! I was thinking that it would be another one of your midævil games, like the setting of old games like Deliverance and such, or maybe a game about nature or morals or something. But nay! It is more similar (from this little preview) to any of the other front page items on Newgrounds (which is a good thing). What I mean by similar, I mean the pixel style, the idea setting, and the comedy levels (of some of the FP games, at least) all seem like they'd be up to par with things like (have someone go review this, actually) the room tribute- [LINK] I'm just saying that I think this game will be much more popular than some of your older games, if you release it right. ;P Good luck!
Blog: Weekly Update  
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Rating Orb shadowgokustar 16 United States PhlegmaticCholeric 134C 38F
7 years ago | (5)
-- I kind of have the same thing to say as Aiur. When it comes to communications, the best way to get through it is to just go ahead and do it. I know that isn't your preferred means of action, but whenever you try to ignore something, you always end up disappointing more people than if you went through it poorly. That's because you are a cool internet guy who owns a website that makes free games for the masses and masses of people who flock to your creations. You are a pretty well known person around here, and if you don't do something and procrastinate, you are disappointing about 862 people. That isn't very much, but when you consider that almost all of those people have friends and people that they communicate with, the ease of interaction should become more accessible to you.

-- Also, congratulations on getting work done! I hope people haven't been bothering you about M4 yet, we all know how annoying that is.

-- Oh! I did have an idea that may or may not be very appealing at all! If you were to 'recruit' a few experienced, active members of the site to be your... uh, what's the word... communicators... maybe acolytes? Yes. Acolytes. If you could recruit members to be acolytes for you, do you think that it would be easier to get some of the more minor, insignificant tasks done? Things such as going through certain emails or PMs for you so that they can report what people are saying, rather than you having to read them all at once... I don't really know, but does my idea give you ideas?
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