Hello, Johnny here with another devblog.
Things have been hot here, with the summer heat and also due to the work I’m currently doing. This will be another shorter post, as we’re really busy, but I’ll do my best to make it worth your while.
Since my last devblog post, I’ve finished the improvements to Hermione’s writing and event checks. There are quite a few things I want to talk about in detail, including future ideas, but that will have to wait until my next post as it will be heavy in both words and spoilers.
For now, I’d like to tell you a few things that won’t reveal too much. I’ve added new randomized chit-chats, based on things like if Hermione is clothed or naked, or event statuses, as well as adding checks for existing chit-chats. In addition, I’ve added more writing variants, depending on the order you play certain favours on later tiers. For example, having her give you a blowjob before or after titjob. When you cum in different places for the first time, she will now also react properly.
I was delighted to see the response to the recent clothing teasers that we have released for Cho, and I’m excited to share that a couple of the less revealing ones will be included in her outfit schedule as well. So from now on, you’ll be seeing some variation, right after her introduction.
As of the time of writing, I am currently engaged in the process of posing Cho CGs. It’s going very well, and I’m happy with how they’re turning out. I’m not going into any more detail about the specifics here, of course, you’ll have to wait until it’s released, which should happen very soon. As long as you promise to eat your vegetables.
That’s it for the development portion of this week’s post, and I’ll end it by wishing you all a good day.
Since the steam sale is coming up, I thought I’d ask if you guys have any recommendations for games I should play once we’ve released the upcoming update. I mostly play story-based indie games, but I am looking for some more classic 2D top-down or side-scrolling RPG’s. I very much enjoyed Wandersong and Crosscode for example, but I don’t mind turn-based as long as it has a good story and some twist when it comes to mechanics.
I hope to finally pick up Hogwarts Legacy if it goes on sale, but I’m also looking for games where you can jump in and play for an hour or so, since I’m often too busy with work to dive into more attentive games.