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Gerenua

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    Bedwetting
    Diapers
    Face-sitting
    Farting
    Futanari
    Messing

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  1. You may think it didn't came out that well, but I actually find it quite impressive. You basically made an anime with almost the same quality of your works, even though you're mainly a drawer/cartoonist: kudos!
  2. Yeah, but seeing a genuine amateurish girl is still refreshing!
  3. Gerenua

    Baleful basement

    The fact that you pointed out my rough approximations and errors doesn't change the fact that there are way smarter ways to help your product spread. It's as though I started sending files compressed in the stuffit format to my friends and colleagues: I could do it, but is it really the ideal solution? Now, on to your fastidious remarks: 1. A fortiori, using a latin expression, given that you can utilize whatever programming language you want (please don't ask me to be thoroughly correct on that: I only ever studied some C+ for a few months), I still can't see why not releasing an .exe would be an advantage for users. I use Mac OS, I've been building hackintoshes for almost a decade, so I'm not partial at all to .exe: it's just the most sensible choice. Besides, Wine can do a lot today, especially Wineskin with its 4.x engines: I have no issues even running complex games (like MK), as long as they don't require the newest DirectX, of course. 2. Ok, I read this line at least once a day. Jobs was the first to "fight" against Flash. Nonetheless, a plethora of sites I visit (sometimes for academic reasons, sometimes for fun) keep using flash. It's going to disappear, but it's still there for the time being. Many a game uploaded on this site work thanks to Flash, too: correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe that security issues mostly arise in connection to web browsing; hence, a tiny flash game won't ruin your day. 3. I had to study a bit of HTML a long time ago (I did not like it at all, though). Again, there's no need to be pedantic, it's always referred to as a programming language outside of specific academic courses: the professor that taught me (no need to point it out, but I'll do it anyway: a computer engineer) called it a programming language, so do a couple of friends of mine who are electronic engineers. Of course, just like you cannot confuse possess and property in a legal contest, what you said is crucial in your field of work: but we're in an informal contest, now, aren't we? You're right, it's highly likely that the uploader isn't the one who created the game, and that nonetheless a little description would be quite useful. In the end, I just pointed out that most people won't be able to run that glorb file (just like, even though it's utterly easy from my point of view, there's a lot of people who can't run an old game's rom; I've even got to know someone who couldn't get their head around a series of .1, .2 etc split archives). That's all, just a humble suggestion for whoever created the game. I hope I made myself clear and made no blunders, given that English is not my mother tongue.
  4. Gerenua

    Baleful basement

    I agree, and I can't see any advantages in using such an obscure and not-so-useful format like the .gblorb. It's supposedly used for interactive novels or games of that sort which are OS independent, given that they're played via an interpreter (on Mac there's an app called Zoom, for Windows... Google is your friend). But again, many won't bother downloading an app just to try out a simple game, which could have easily been coded as an .exe, in Flash, or even html, one of the easiest programming languages available.
  5. What's this about? A couple words of description would be greatly appreciated, given that 39.46 GB are no joke.
  6. "the rest didn't make it.", nor did these cuties. As always, thanks for the upload, homemade stuff feels always better than profesionally taped one.
  7. That's so much bondage that it basically cannot be considered bondage anymore.
  8. Thanks for the video, diaper stuff is always welcome!
  9. She's clearly Taiwanese, imho.
  10. The eighth caption is hilarious for us.
  11. Thanks for the upload! Just one thing: are the first and fifth file the same one or does the latter just happen to have a wrong thumbnail?
  12. Not at all, I can even run it on Mac through Wine with no particular settings. The game isn't half bad (if you know Japanese, that is), though the quality of drawings isn't that exciting.
  13. Gerenua

    Therapee

    File description: Therapee #1, by Otherworld Productions. A series of old (2005) clips, with very little plot, where a blonde woman engages in various watersports, ranging from pants wetting to getting pissed by his man. Not bad (there's also a pantyhose wetting scene), but not that good either, especially because of the video quality.
  14. Gerenua

    Enjoy

    Videos description: cute af Japanese girls in seifuku uniform wet themselves and then end up happily wetting their diapers instead (in the latter is actually a pullup, and there's some light punishment involved).
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