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Description:This is the scrolltext with summary and credits and a personal message from the coder. Introduction and build-up is not included here.
Text:Now the other scroll is on it's way and all the effects have started I guess that noone is reading this text anymore but that's too bad then... By the way. Press space to switch between the original Dutch version and my (bad) English translation. This little big girl as portrayed above here is a friend of Tron and me and has been tagging along with us for a while when visiting various scene-related events and stuff. Although she isn't able to code a single thing on any platform and not much of a gamer either she likes to be around the weird and wonderful and sometimes downright awkward bunch that litter the party-grounds. And, ofcourse, they like her as she provides a change of perspective (and certainly another view) for them. Being open-hearted, friendly and outgoing but also completely oblivious of what those people do on a daily basis they are forced to answer her totally unrelated and unexpected questions in a language that she will actually be able to understand which in turn makes for some hilarious situations from time to time. Anyway. Despite the fact that, most of the time, we have no idea what to do with her and how to cope with her extremely bubbly personality we love her for it. And with her good nature, her broad laugh and sardonic sense of humour in your company there's never a dull moment. Let's all give a cheer for... BitMö! Credits. Code by A0d. Picture wired using Project 1 from a photograph taken by Tron in his studio. All typographic stuff was stolen from various sources, the cat is from the game 'Alien' by Paul Clansey and the music is by Richard Joseph from the game Cauldron II. (I am gratitiously using the neat HVSC version of the tune here) That's it for this one. the Angel of Death of Wiseguy Industries 2015 on 13-09-2014. bye.

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