[August 19, 2016] 2:09 PM
If you’ve seen any of my tweets for the past week or two, you’d know that my parents and I have been moving into a new house, which meant a lot of heavy-lifting of furniture and countless boxes packed with paraphernalia, along with many long hours of driving. Now the most frustrating part of the process is over, and the bulk of what remains is unpacking and organizing all the stuff in the boxes scattered throughout our new home. I think it’s a grand improvement over where we’ve been living for the past decade.
Part of the reason for moving is that it gives me the a chance to go to a university where I’ll be able to finish getting my degree, which used to be in fine arts, but now I can major in animation, more in line with my style of work.
I’m hoping to get back on track with my large-scale platformer soon, which still has no official name and is just being called Project Comet for now. Here’s a screenshot that will probably be a fair bit more detailed by the time the game is done in the year 2216.- Jonochrome
#1 Game of May 2016, Developer Commentaries
[June 8, 2016] 6:12 PM
It looks like Riddle Transfer 2 was the top-rated game of May 2016 on Newgrounds! On top of that, my friend’s fan remake of the first game got the #2 spot. It’s been a very good month for Riddle School.
I’ve gone and added a walkthrough for Riddle Transfer 2 to its place in the Games section, and also linked to my recent developer commentaries for each game in the series. (If you only watch one of those, I personally recommend watching the one for the final game, even though it’s 48 minutes long.)- Jonochrome
All Recent Content Posted
[June 1, 2016] 4:07 PM
The Games section has been slightly altered, and Riddle Transfer 2, One Night at Flumpty’s 1 and 2, and Undercook have all been added to the page.
My “Leisure Replay” journals of Paper Mario and The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess have also been re-added to the site, and they can be found in the Miscellaneous section.
The Links section has also been updated to more accurately reflect the accounts I currently use, and the Music section is up-to-date with soundtracks zipped.
Let me know if anything is broken and needs fixing!- Jonochrome
Site Now Uses WordPress
[May 29, 2016] 5:05 PM
One of the issues I’ve always had in updating this website is that if I ever have something to say that would be suitable for a news post on the home page, I have to edit the html with all its messy brackets and replace the index php file, and it was just generally inconvenient. Now, I’ve managed to incorporate WordPress into the news posts, so this should mean all the news I post from here on out will be forever available (instead of older posts getting deleted to make room for new ones), and it will be easier for me to make updates like this more often. I’m still sorta figuring out how it works.
Since my previous post no longer exists, I’ll re-post it here:
The 10th Anniversary of Riddle School (posted on May 25, 2016)
As of today, Riddle School has been on the Internet for ten years, and I felt inspired to patch up the wide-open cliffhanger at the end of Riddle Transfer.
Riddle Transfer 2 has finally been released.
I plan to make an update to this site in the near future to arrange the Games page a little differently, since by creating this game under my current alias, Jonochrome, as well as my past alias, JonBro, the line between those two separate eras of my Internet life have been blurred, and I’m thinking maybe I don’t need to separate them as much as I once thought. The One Night at Flumpty’s games will also be put back with this update, along with my latest little Undertale fan game called Undercook. And I should stop procrastinating on putting the Leisure Replays back, too. Goodness, I gotta make up for my general lack of updates.- Jonochrome