if this is on OSX the "A_DESKTOP_LOVE_STORY" folder has to be on the desktop to work (can't be nested).
would recommend the same for windows. lmk if that fixes it?
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well i mean the story is that they've known each other for years, but they're unable to meet, or defy further system permissions so they can really tell each other about how they feel.
it's also worth pointing out that both of them refer to themselves as they/them.
they are both nonbinary and this relationship is gay.
there was a software party, and windows defender wasn't invited. windows defender still showed up tho and things got out of hand, and then mean things where said, some programs where wrongfully accused, and now windows defender holds a grudge against this game. "virus" is kind of not a nice thing to call any program imo.
you have to email them and ask them to enable custom css... then it's all just a bunch of css animations or however you customize the page. i haven't checked if they have an official place that tells you about all the different page elements/classes but you can just use the dev toolbar to go through the page and find the names to all the id's and classes (it's super basic, just plain simple css, nothing fancy). the fire is actually the header set to the bottom of the page with the index changed... just stuff like that. also lol i found out that you can keep uploading images through the background image upload, and save the url to those images, and then use those images in the css (don't have to keep them as a background, just use that part as a way of uploading more images to use in your css)... at least that seems to work.
This is not a virus. I would never do that to people. I made this with the intention of making something cute that would make people laugh.
Whoever spread this rumor about it is mislead or not being nice.
thank you!! :D
the files for the music are included in the MISC > OST > DIY folder when you download the game. There are extras in the MISC folder and audio is one of them...
tho most all of the audio is procedurally assembled so that's why it's in a DIY folder, unless there are better ways of releasing soundtracks that are procedural.
NP! Happy you are interested. Also @moshboy on Twitter is really cool source to follow. Totally forgot that one. If u ever have questions u can also twitter message me @alienmelon and I’ll be happy to help.
Hi! Thank you!
Here's a small list of some places, and people, that are contributing valuable insights or work to the discussion. I mean, there is a lot, but these are a good place to start.
http://www.critical-distance.com/ does great roundups of the best of insights about games, and more nuanced discussion.
Liz Ryerson's writing is really good http://ellaguro.blogspot.com/
her twitter is great to follow: https://twitter.com/ellaguro?lang=en
also her "Beyond The Filter" podcast is super insightful (totally recommend this):
Lana Polansky's writing is good too: https://lanathegun.wordpress.com/published-writing/
Leigh Alexander's older commentary on games is still super relevant and amazing. She's very following on twitter too: https://twitter.com/leighalexander
Some other awesome people to follow (there are many, but this is off the top of my head)...
They make good work, or have contributed valuable things to "the discourse" and other stuff:
https://twitter.com/vectorpoem (often has interesting threads with good food for thought)
https://twitter.com/john (valuable commentary + work)
https://twitter.com/molleindustria (sometimes has good writing)