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@GhostOfMatrix In Mental Poop, it doesn't matter how well you draw as long as you can convey what you intend.
@Darkfire45 Interesting shadow.
it is rather bushy pants.
it's a guy with a pointy nose. sorry the image is so wide.
It's a elemental arrow of the Forest. It's the element of life and is imbued with poison.
It is a starry night. I know, the stars (or the moon) aren't quite proportioned. Sorry if it looks blurred.
It's a flamingo meeting a turtle.
I have analyzed your mental poop (pp. 9 - 10) and came to the following conclusions. These conclusions are not a complete analysis and are not meant to be taken seriously, because I honestly have no idea what I'm doing. If they are at all accurate, it is because I looked through your favorite games list.
GhostOfMatrix sees the dorsal fin of a shark of indeterminable species, so let's assume great white. Does this mean GhostOfMatrix enjoys games set in the ocean with sharks abound? No. The black and white composition must be taken into account to arrive at the conclusion that GhostOfMatrix enjoys oceanic art games that feature black and white graphics.
RayOfLight sees the hands of a clock. Another art game perhaps? Yes, but more specifically, one based on time, or the lack thereof, or the irrelevance thereof, such as in Every Day The Same Dream.
TackyCrazyTNT sees the cape of a superheroine. The superheroine indicates heroism and saving the day, but her facial expression indicates some levity may be involved. TackyCrazyTNT enjoys saving the day in action-adventure games that aren't super serious.
Darkfire45 sees the gnomen of a sundial. The odd thing is is that the shadow does not match the gnomon. In fact, it is reversed. This, coupled with the grayscale coloring, indicates that Darkfire45 enjoys point-and-click escape games. The sundial and the shadow of the gnomon is a crucial clue to finding the way out.
EmperorPalpatine sees a harpoon. The thick lines indicate it is a stick figure game. Would EmperorPalpatine enjoy a stick figure game based on Herman Melville's most famous novel? Maybe. A stick figure game in control of a harpoon on a mass murdering rampage through land and sea and sky taking out armies, navies, and air forces? Definitely.
light_chaser sees some bushy pants on a stick figure man. Does this mean light_chaser enjoys Fancy Pants games? No, not at all. Stick figure games? Yes, but not just any type of stick figure games, silly stick figure games with ridiculous stunts like... Fancy Pants.
Rand0mDude sees a pointy nose. A cartoony pointy nose indicates that Rand0mDude enjoys cartoony action games, perhaps with over-the-top violence. Cartoony art/action games would appear to fit well. Do those exist?
MagicTree sees the barb of an arrow. MagicTree likes to play The Arrow of Time. That one's far too obvious, but wait! There's more. Magical arrows with runes on them? Sin Mark? Hmm. perhaps this can be expanded to games with magic arrows made from the wood of magic trees. MagicTree enjoys action games where the hero wields bows and magic.
kegaumongo sees a starry night not too unlike van Gogh's Starry Night. So Stalight? Star Shine? Red Star Fall? or a myriad of other puzzle/strategy games? No. Clearly it is Painter by Braid developer Jonathan Blow.
goumas13 sees the beak of a flamingo. And oddly proportioned flamingo, an angry turtle, and a rather swampy background only means one thing. Samorost or some other European point-and-click game based on Slavic cultures.
And that's the way your world turns.
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