I play too much animal crossing.
I found it extremely irritating trying to blindly figure out which stained glass pattern went best with what when going to Cyrus to recolor it, so I uh… made a guide.
If you’ve got the Japanese game, according to a picture I found of the, “Kanpeki Guide Book,” and sifting through Japanese blogs (co-begiii and yuzupurinmura on ameblo, and moimoigeorge here on tumblr) because the guide was a bit fuzzy, my guide SHOULD correspond as follows:
(Apologies for my terribad Japanese grammar.) As you can see if you can read Japanese, barely anything has changed, other than pretty much the nautical and round, but it still screwed up my guide, so I felt the addition was necessary.
Feel free to plaster it all over any sort of wiki or whatever I really don’t care what you do with it. I just did it to be useful, not for Animal Crossing fandom fame or something. Rip it to shreds, do whatever, just don’t claim outright you made it, and we’re cool. I don’t even care about credit. At all.
I admittedly photoshopped everything other than 0a, 1b, 2c, 3d, 4e, 5f, and 6g to save time, but I have actually made 5d and 5g and they look exactly the same as the guide.
This is AWESOME! Thank you so much for taking the time to do this.
my personal faves are 0f, 2e, 3d, and 4c
now I need a stained glass, lol
The makers of The Stanley Parable received a brilliant/terrible response to the game, so they created a trailer specifically for that person. It’s called the Raphael trailer.
I’ve only seen a little bit about The Stanley Parable, and where I was interested before I’m dying to play it now.
if you’ve played The Stanley Parable (and even if you haven’t) i urge you to watch it. it’s worth it, trust me.