Calling all Klonoa fans! Submissions for the fan book are open!
Dream Collective - A free digital fan book celebrating Klonoa’s 17th anniversary! -
This fan book will be a free-to-download PDF file. It will also be available to view for free on ISSUU.com.
The deadline for submissions is December 1st, 2014. The book will be released December 11th, 2014… the day of the Klonoa series 17th anniversary!
This fan book will be a gift to all the fans of Klonoa. It might even bring awareness to those who aren’t familiar!
If you are interested in submitting a piece then please read the below rules very carefully!
~Rules and whatnot under the cut!~
The book’s official title has been decided and it’s cover artwork is done! Keep at your submissions, fans! :)
Thoughts on a potential Klonoa fan book
I think when I get back from this trip I’m going to write a post and open up submissions for a Klonoa fan book.
I’m thinking of one big free to download PDF (or some sorta format) filled with things relating to the Klonoa series such as fan fiction, poems, artwork, photos, and more! I’m unsure of an actual submission period but I’ll leave submissions open for a long time so anyone interested can get their piece done and word can be spread further. Once finished I believe it’ll be a wonderful tribute to the world of the Klonoa videogames. :) More specifics and rules regarding this fan book will come later this week when I’m home. And we’ll need to advertise it a lot and give it a nice name… Hmm.
Silhouette Mirage dialogue portraits
These aren’t sprite rips. I just played through the whole game and took screenshots of these. Sorry for all my Silhouette Mirage posts.. I love this game. =<
For anyone curious I have scanned the manual for viewing here.
Willy Wombat (ウィリーウォンバット) was released in 1997 by Hudson Soft on the Sega Saturn. It is a Japan only game but the menus aren’t hard to navigate and all the characters speak English during dialogue scenes. The characters were designed by Susumu Matsushita who designs characters for sports teams, videogames, and themepark mascots in Japan. (Though I prefer how the characters are drawn in game.. Mail looks a little funny in the manual than in game imo) It’s a neat little game because you can rotate the camera around yourself to see your surroundings and solve puzzles.