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Hehe - IC: it is a pitch black tar ocean, consisting of polycondensed hydrocarbons. OOC: I have problems with moving bitmaps.

Robin: You're probably right from statics' point of view. However, I have seen ruins of churches or abbeys with very strange pieces of arches and arched windows... And what about the ruins near the pyramide of Kadish? :)


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Looking good, Norfren... and you're still way within the limits of structural concrete on those arches.

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Thank you, Norfren! This journey was one of my most enjoyable MOUL experiences. :D

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Sigh. This was such a great adventure. I couldn't wait for each new revelation. Norfren, is there any possibility of a sequel? I can only image how much work this was to produce. I almost feel guilty asking. I'd relish even a small expedition. A brief jaunt? A few steps in a new direction somewhere? Guess I'm feeling kinda wistfull.


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Truth is... if you look near the link in point, near the cage, their are brick areas where it looks like some buildings
could have been. Then with the mix of what could be whale bones, my theory is that this was some "Atlantian" city.
Theory mind you...lol

Somehow their was a catastrophe with an extra sun coming into its galaxy, dried up everything, and so were actually standing onna sea-floor. The flat tops are where coral-stalagmites were and have since broken off.

did i mention it was a theory?,,lol


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Nice to see you back, Norfren!

Here’s what your new version looks like on an iPhone:



The default view (top) is quite small, you have to double-tap on the image (outside of any hotspots) to zoom in, and even then it’s not displayed at full resolution (bottom). I’m sure this can be fixed, but I don’t really have time to figure out how at the moment. It probably involves something like .

Other than that, it works quite nicely, although I find the lack of overlap or transition effect between adjacent views a bit disorienting. I also haven’t figured out yet what tapping at the bottom of the image does – it seems to be something like “turn around” or “go backwards” or “turn around and go back”, but it seems inconsistent. I stumbled on the Relto book after a while, but don’t ask me where…


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