The Jeddy

For some reason, I was just remembering when I used to play as a Mithra in Final Fantasy XI, and a friend of mine invited me to a linkshell.

I liked partying with the group, but didn’t think much about it until a week or two later when the other members were talking about like “I sure am glad someone made a female-only linkshell”, and I was like “Wait, really? I’m a guy, though. You know that, right?”

Everyone was just like “Hahaha, good one, you’re such a jokester” and noone ever really questioned it or brought it up again.

Just heard about the whole Computer Parlor deal. Fashion AND game development? Aren’t those the two things my Tumblr is supposed to be about?! Not 100% on what I ended up picking, but it works.

Just heard about the whole Computer Parlor deal. Fashion AND game development? Aren’t those the two things my Tumblr is supposed to be about?! Not 100% on what I ended up picking, but it works.

colonthreeenterprises:

Catmouth Island just launched on Desura! :3 Go there, go there now! >:3
http://www.desura.com/games/catmouth-island

Hey! I commented on this game on GameCola when I saw it on itch.io a couple weeks back. It looks pretty fun and the graphics are nice. Go check it out!

colonthreeenterprises:

Catmouth Island just launched on Desura! :3 Go there, go there now! >:3

http://www.desura.com/games/catmouth-island

Hey! I commented on this game on GameCola when I saw it on itch.io a couple weeks back. It looks pretty fun and the graphics are nice. Go check it out!

alexjeddy:

EarthBound has some great music, and I found this cool video a while back. Apparently, Hyadain and Professor Sakamoto got together and brought Keiichi Suzuki and Hirokazu Tanaka, the original composers for Mother and EarthBound, together for a livestream concert of music from the games. Maki Nomia of Pizzicato Five also comes on towards the end to sing.

So, two popular musicians got the original composers from the Mother series, along with the singer from Pizzicato Five, to play music from the games.

Just the idea of it actually happening makes me happy, so I figured I’d share with everyone.

The first hour or so is introductions and talking about the making of the music and that kind of thing. It’s worth a listen if you can understand some Japanese. If you want to skip to the music, here’s the breakdown:

  • 1:03:07 to 1:04:00 - Disappointingly short tuning/warmup jam of Saturn Valley
  • 1:06:57 to 1:10:35 - Pollyanna (Mother)
  • 1:15:57 to 1:20:08 - Twoson (EarthBound/Mother 2)
  • 1:23:02 to 1:24:48 - Fourside (EarthBound/Mother 2) + Hyadain messing everything up
  • 1:26:42 to 1:30:30 - Because I Love You (EarthBound/Mother 2)
  • 1:34:15 to 1:38:05 - Money Money (Runaway 5/Tonzura Brothers second song), with just Hyadain

After that, Maki Nomia shows up! But, the next couple songs aren’t related to the Mother series.

  • 1:42:36 to 1:46:15 - Baby Portable Rock (Pizzicato Five)
  • 1:48:24 to 1:52:12 - Kakakata Omoi F (Hyadain)

Then, everyone comes back for the big finish! The ending song from EarthBound.

  • 1:58:19 to 2:03:57 - Smiles and Tears (EarthBound/Mother 2)

After that, everyone congratulates each other and takes pictures and then realizes that their initial plan of including all the attendees in the credits was a bad idea because it ended up taking an extra ten minutes. So, you get to listen to a Hyadain chiptune remix medley for a while.

In general, it’s a really cool event and I’m glad I stumbled across it about a year ago. I’ve watched it so many times. I hope you guys enjoy it!

alexjeddy:

My pizza delivery shmup, Pizzarian, is now available completely for free. You have the option to pay, but you can just click “No thanks, just take me to the downloads” and you get full access to the game.

Just head over to the itch.io page for Pizzarian and it’s all yours! Don’t forget, the game is also up on Steam Greenlight, so if you like it, go vote!

gamecola:


This week gave me some trouble, but here on “Scratching the Itch.io”, I’ve brought you six more games! Really, I don’t think it should be this difficult to find six decent not-free games out of the dozens I sifted through. …

It’s that time again! Looking for some indie games? Jeddy has you covered!

gamecola:

This week gave me some trouble, but here on “Scratching the Itch.io”, I’ve brought you six more games! Really, I don’t think it should be this difficult to find six decent not-free games out of the dozens I sifted through. …

It’s that time again! Looking for some indie games? Jeddy has you covered!

alexjeddy:

Make fun of me for searching with Bing, will you?!

Hey, the item I bought with all this finally arrived!

alexjeddy:

Make fun of me for searching with Bing, will you?!

Hey, the item I bought with all this finally arrived!

gamecola:


After a tense final few hours on Sunday, Temporus just snuck past its Kickstarter goal of $20,000. The game was already Greenlit on Steam earlier this month, so all we have to do now is sit back and wait for Early 2015 to roll around!

If you haven’t supported Temporus yet, don’t worry! You still have a chance!

gamecola:

After a tense final few hours on Sunday, Temporus just snuck past its Kickstarter goal of $20,000. The game was already Greenlit on Steam earlier this month, so all we have to do now is sit back and wait for Early 2015 to roll around!

If you haven’t supported Temporus yet, don’t worry! You still have a chance!

Make fun of me for searching with Bing, will you?!

Make fun of me for searching with Bing, will you?!

gamecola:


Oh, no…it’s happening again! We’re back for another roundup of recent indie games with “Scratching the Itch.io”—and this time, there’s only one game with pixel art! I’ve narrowed down six games that I thought looked good or interesting and listed them here for you to check out. You can thank me later for not having to go through the Latest Additions page yourself. …

Have some cash to spare? Want to play some games? Jeddy has you covered with this edition of Scratching the Itch.io!

gamecola:

Oh, no…it’s happening again! We’re back for another roundup of recent indie games with “Scratching the Itch.io”—and this time, there’s only one game with pixel art! I’ve narrowed down six games that I thought looked good or interesting and listed them here for you to check out. You can thank me later for not having to go through the Latest Additions page yourself. …

Have some cash to spare? Want to play some games? Jeddy has you covered with this edition of Scratching the Itch.io!