Posted by carrot on January 23rd, 2011 at 3:07 pm.
Happy new year, everyone. It’s been a while since we’ve had an update.
As we’ve mentioned in various places, we are working on an English version of the open source Japanese visual novel/adventure game engine KiriKiri/KAG, which we’ve dubbed Kage-Kirie. We’ve been so focused on finishing our first major project Flight of Twilight that we haven’t gone out of our way to promote our websites, so it came as a little bit of a surprise when we found out that the English Wikipedia page for KiriKiri started linking here. Our work on translating KiriKiri/KAG has mostly been going around via word of mouth, but now is a good time to explain what is going on.
Much of the information here is explained in greater detail on the project wiki for Kage-Kirie, located at http://www.mysteryparfait.com/kage-kirie/.
Posted by Moogs on November 5th, 2010 at 5:23 pm.
Carrot once said to me “Don’t make a joke unless you’re prepared to follow through.”
This is the result of not following his advice.
Posted by Moogs on December 31st, 2009 at 11:59 pm.
Carrot & I promised ourselves that we would not talk about Flight of Twilight more than we actually worked on it. A bit of a problem with this is that we’ve been so busy working on the project that we are too exhausted to spend much time talking about it. But tonight I hope to rectify that.