December Update

Spankers, Spankees and Switches of All Ages (18 and above),

November wasn’t as productive as I had hoped, for a couple of reasons including getting my hands on Batman Beyond the Complete Series (never saw it), and the second season of Justice League.

However, I’ve also been struggling to write episode 2’s climax: a cat and mouse through Phillipa Silver’s office tower. The other day I finally, *finally* figured out why. Originally, the plan had been to have Scarlet Moon running up and down the office with the queen of a Generic European Constitutional Monarchy. Unfortunately, said queen isn’t introduced until just before the cat and mouse and she’s your generic bratty princess.

So I was going to spend an *entire* quarter of an episode on a character we’ve never seen before, will likely never see again, and whose entire personality is a setup for a spanking scene. It’s no wonder her dialog was stilted, two-dimensional and forced. She’s stilted, two-dimensional and forced. So I’m reworking things some, so that we spend more time with an actual character and less time on spanking props.

5 thoughts on “December Update

  1. Hey, just a heads up. There might have been a Java update that will cause problems. I tried running the game for the first time in a while (months), and find it now crashes whenever I try and save or load.

    Just in case, I DL java again and the game. Oct 17 iirc was the Java update date.
    Win 7 x32.

    1. It’s working for me. Could you send me the log file from just after a crash? You can send it to my gmail address sprpgs.

      1. Figures, to make a ‘for sure’ error log I wipe the game, fresh install…. and it works.

        But I know I’m not going insane (I think.. mostly), so thought if I made any changes on this install…. and it’s the file folder name. Before with the error, I deleted the old install and dumped the new game into my old ScarletMoon folder. This time I deleted the folder and unzipped the folder and game, that works.

        When unpacking the game, you have to keep the folder name it comes in the same, otherwise can’t save/load. And with the version numbers, they are different.

        I tend to dump these games into the old dir as with RPG games you keep your save files there, and deleting the game folder means you’d have to do some flip fopping around to save them.

        1. Hmm. That’s probably because I’m saving your last directory in a configuration file, but I’m not properly handling error cases (like the directory isn’t found, or the game doesn’t have permission to write to the directory or something).

          I’ll poke around at it, and see if I can fix the problem for the next update.

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