Okay so I was re-watching Hetaoni (because I hate myself I guess) when I decided to do some math.
Each number on the floor represents the number of survivors in the group that have reached that room. Therefore, each number is a different time loop. I counted them, (but knowing me I probably over or under counted, so give or take a few), and got 83.
That means Italy has been through at least 83 time loops.
But I’m not stopping there! I multiplied 83 by five, assuming that the average time loops lasts about five days. Then, I divided that by 365, the number of days in the year. I got a total of 1.136. That means Italy has been going through this for about… a year. Which is sad. But you wanna know what makes it worse?
That’s only counting the number of times he’s made it to this room.
Not only that, but there are a couple 1’s on the ground, meaning that only Italy made it to the room. But we learned in the earlier scene that you need a least like three people to enter the room. (2 on certain numbers, one to click the switch.)
That means Italy had to drag the bodies of his friends up here on more than one occasion
Himaruya release dthe first part of the visual novel game Scary Story that Happened at a Countryside High School in this blog post. Some of you may encounter problems since this game was made using LiveMaker tools, which only works if the system can run Unicode that can display Japanese texts.
There is a simple solution for this: changing your system locale into Japanese. This change (from my experience) doesn’t change your Windows interface, other than changing the default language when you try to install a new program. Here is how to change the system locale (only for Windows since this game only works in Windows):
- For Windows XP: Control Panel > Regional and Language Options > Advance tab > Language for non-Unicode Programs > select Japanese(Japan) from the drop down > OK > restart
- For Windows Vista: Control Panel > Clock, Language and Region > Regional and Language Options > Administrative tab > Change System Locale > select Japanese(Japan) from the drop down > OK > restart
- For Windows 7: Control Panel > Regional and Language Options > Administrative tab > Language for non-Unicode Programs > select Japanese(Japan) from the drop down > OK > restart
- For Windows 8: Control Panel > Clock, Language and Region > Administrative tab > Change System Locale > select Japanese(Japan) from the drop down > OK > restart
Thank you to tomatodammit for helping with the process ^^-
Apparently there was a small announcement in the last Jump Sq magazine that there is going to be a horror game distributed under Kitayume.
Title: 田舎の高校であった怖い話 (roughly: Scary stories that came from a countryside high school)
Release: February 28th free distribution
It sounds like there may be a book to go along with it, but I’m not 100% sure.
In anycase, this explains those characters we saw before.
HetaOni is actually a game based on the original game, Ao oni.
Yesss I am reposting this but I really want to sell some of these things. And I added some new ones!
For cosplays I am selling Cheren (Pokemon B/W1 version) and Akise Aru (Mirai Nikki). All details can be found here in this post! I am also selling wigs here! (hint one is cheaper on ebay ;D) Please feel free to message me here on tumblr with any haggles (I just want to sell these…) or questions or whatever please!
And lastly I am selling some Dangan Ronpa 2 rubber straps! Those are here on my ebay as well as one of the wigs above cheaper.
Thank yoooou! If you don’t want to message me here on Tumblr feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org!
I am going to be a jerk and use my sideblog here for my own advantage for a moment. Please take a peek at this? Don’t get mad at me pleeeease….
Umm well, honestly a bit but not 100% dead! I mean, I personally haven’t really liked Hetalia for a few years now. I at least tried to put nice HetaOni things here, but now I really only do it when silly things pop up on my main dashboard. Yes….that is sad…but I don’t do it on purpose. :’C
Holy Rome is a lot like Hetaoni
no matter how long we wait, it’s never gonna come back