Devblog #14 – Posing & Playtesting


Johnny here with another devblog. As mentioned in my previous blog, I’ve been dedicatedly working on posing events. While I don’t have a plethora of new information to unveil today, given that I covered most of it in my previous post, I still wanted to update you all that I’ve successfully completed the “inspect body” favours posing. Both I and one of the moderators (a devoted Luna enthusiast) who helped me test the events are thrilled with the outcome.

Another thing that we’ve tested for this event is the introduction of the opaque textbox. This means, during CGs, you’ll only see the text without the box, providing a cleaner and more immersive experience. While you still have the option to hide it entirely by pressing the middle mouse button or ‘H’, we recognized that this was not the most optimal solution.

As Loafy is currently working on the final CG scene of the update, I’ve been adding a bit more writing to that event, taking advantage of an additional pose, giving us even further insight into Luna… Yes, I intentionally left that sentence unfinished.

That’s all when it comes to the work and the time for me to be self-indulgent and mention something I just started watching. Picture a school of magic, broom sports, potions, and a protagonist with a lightning shaped mark on their face. Yes, you’ve guessed it, I am of course talking about MASHLE: MAGIC AND MUSCLES, an anime about a guy with no magical powers, going to a magic school and beating the shit out of everyone. I’ve only watched about half of the first season this past Sunday, but I must say it’s quite funny so far, and I’ll recommend it to anyone who wants a good laugh. It doesn’t take itself seriously, and I’d say it’s pretty close to the silly things I usually write.