New Update! (Check it out!)
Updates for Nov 4th, 2010:
1st Place: osirilen
2nd Place: deathluver
3rd Place: ra
Sorry to all you guys who entered but didn't win :( it was very hard to pick people due to all the unique and awesome stories, so the next writing contest(s) will be split into categories, to make it easier to judge, and enter.
Awards will arrive soon.
Updates for Nov 2nd, 2010:
The Spike and the DokiDoki can now celebrate in style!
We thank Yang for the DokiDoki and demon for the Spike!
(Don't forget to get your ribbon from the Ration Machine!
Updates for Nov 1st, 2010:
Happy Día de los Muertos
In case you were annoyed with us neglecting you by not releasing Halloween versions of pets... we have for you... Day of the Dead pets!
I here that the old Ration Machine is giving some ribbons away, but only for today!
(Only the Felidae, Bast, Gremble and Aiee can wear the ribbon so far, though we're working on the rest!)
And we thank our wonderfully amazing artist, demon for these awesome new looks!
Updates for Oct 31st, 2010:
Forum thread will be open soon to post pumpkin pics and costumes!
Explorers have returned from navigating this half of the asteroid and has caused many more landmarks to become visible, though we haven't identified what several of them are.
Updates for Oct 30th, 2010:
If you wander around the site a bit you'll notice a couple of pages have been revamped slightly! Pages like Pet Profiles and The Games Page!
Oh and the Slots have been updated so they both make sense, and so you cannot just button mash >:]
Updates for Oct 29th, 2010:
If you hadn't realised, the site was down for the last couple of days, due to the domain providers being weird T_T
Though we haven't abandoned you, we're back! Expect some backdated updates soon!
Updates for Oct 23rd, 2010:
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Updates for Oct 21st, 2010:
The Ailuro and Vasuki have now proven to not be immune to the disease.
We have received a report that Professor Ng has, supposedly, nearly found a cure for this disease, we'll keep you updated on whether or not her research is successful!