My Dad found a YouTube video of two ninjas battling against each other in their “jetpacks” earlier this morning while I was getting ready for my final nightmare shift of the week, and I wanted to share this video to all you folks right now:
I’d thought that was hilarious, and I also like how the black ninja started floating up in the sky after defeating the white ninja at the very end. 😛
I found another old Windows 3.1 program called Hollywood High. It’s like the original Hollywood but with real people for actors instead of animals.
You can create your own movies by doing certain things just like in regular Hollywood, but what I like about Hollywood High is that there’s certain features added to the program like the red star button that lets you change the selected character’s name, voice and favorite hobby when editing a scene, a button for adding a title name to the movie, and a button for the Pronunciation Dictionary so that you can edit the pronunciation of the word you’ve selected in the scene.
What’s funny is that I was a baby when this came out, and now I’m messing around with it. 😛
I decided to take a break from SFM for right now and found an old Windows 3.1 program called Hollywood. It’s a program where you can make your own movies by doing certain things like changing the location of the scene, setting up a movie script, etc.
This looks like it would be a fun program for making random cartoonish movies. One thing I like about Hollywood is that there’s an option that lets me change the selected character’s name, voice and favorite hobby:
Now I can become an famous old-school movie star of the ancient times. Thank you and goodnight!
I decided to install the After Dark 3.2 screensaver program on my Windows 3.11 program under DOSBox, and I played every single screen saver and they all seem to be working fine but only in a 256 color screen resolution. Here are some screenshots of some After Dark screen savers that I took under DOSBOX:
Nonsense (My most favorite After Dark screensaver, just because it’s too hilarious.) 😛
I even checked out You Bet Your Head, and that screen saver seems to work too. Oh, and not only did I install After Dark, I also installed old Windows programs that are suitable to run in Windows 3.1 under DOSBox such as the Spiderman Cartoon Maker, the Symantec Game Pack, Castle of the Winds, etc.
So far everything seems to work fine under that old operating system, and I was happy about that. 🙂 So now that I got that done, I must now head off to Sleepsville and wonder what I should dream about tonight. Something that includes friendly cartoon characters and going out on cartoonish adventures.
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