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The silk industry is developed in a struggle between a worm and a man in this episode of Mythtory of the World!
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good story telling. i hope to see more of your art in the future.
Only one of the reasons, why so many things is made in China ^_^
You do know Yen is Japanese currency, right?
I already responded to this comment a few pages back. The Yuan symbol is used for more than just the Japanese Yen...
Another excellent Pencilmation experience! I have really been enjoying these trips around the world, and I'll be looking forward to the next installment. They always make me chuckle, and this short Mythtory tale was well executed. I'm not sure if there's a moral to the story or not, but it certainly proves the point that anyone can work together when there's money to be made. :)
In reference to a previous reviewer, the symbols for the Japanese yen and Chinese yuan differ only in the number of horizontal strokes across the Y. The two-stroke version (used here) is accepted universally for both.
Context? Context is for casuals.
Hexagon Puzzle Game
An old style, pixel-art noir adventure, inspired by classical point-and-click games.
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