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Digory
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Hey, welcome to The Gaming List! I like your avatar.

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Unknown
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Hey you! Welcome! Not sure if you are the leave I know but, in any case, welcome to TGL! :D

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Just now, Cybura said:

@Leef Yay! Glad to see your face around again! :D

Same to you, friend!

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Butterscotch
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Hey welcome to the Gaming List. 

The automatic post through me off at first, didn't think of just editing it though. 

That's cool, how is Misticpets doing now a days? I never really played it too much, but have an account on there. 

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Unknown
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Elloz!

I'm Ouli. I've been playing pet games for years and am very interested in game development in general.
I'm mostly an artist and am looking to either work on gaming project once I feel ready or start on my own one day.
I joined so I thanks participate in discussions about game development and to connect with the community in general.

Nowadays I mostly play FR. You might know me as Mineral there if you've come from Earth Flight.

Here's my DA if you want to see my progress as an artist,
https://ouli-ukuli.deviantart.com/

I only recently got into digital (and haven't been able to scan my traditional work as of yet) so there's a lot for me to learn.
Hope you find my creatures amusing. I hope to make a comic and or game with them some day.

 

 

Edited by Ouli

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Walter
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Hello, @Ouli !   : D

It's really great to meet you; I myself dabble with the virtual pet games (I used to be quite obsessed with them, myself). I hope you find something here for your art! c:

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Unknown
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Hi! @MasterDaye

Thanks for the welcome! ^u^
Hihi I'm sure I will, plenty of nice topics on art. : D

 

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Unknown
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I heard via via that this website was made after VPL was taken down. Nice to know that there is a new site with the same kind of people hanging around!

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Butterscotch
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Hey Welcome glad you found your way over. There is quite a few people from VPL that have joined. Though seems like this site was actually around a bit before VPL went down, but I found it myself right after and definitely nice to have one to fill the void to have that pet site focused community. :)

It's a pretty nice one as well, and there are adoptables, which are fun.

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Peppermint
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2 minutes ago, Digital said:

Welcome @Jared!

What game do you own?

Hi!

I founded the website called ChibiPaws. It was fairly active some years back but fell into disrepair by the management at the time. I’m currently recoding it with the intention of finding some help and here as an alternative to VPL. 

Edited by Jared

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