I'm working right now, on a break from college. I finished learning to play a piece by Bach, in hopes this will improve my composition skills, and I'm working on another piece, too.
But, more importantly, I have discovered some more answers to Benny's questions. While I can't really put the answers in at this point without spoiling the story, I have made comments in the Ren'Py code to anyone who decides to look there. Some of the ideas are just guesses, so take with a grain of salt!
Despite the lack of new posts, I have been working on the script and story on and off these past few months.
After sketching out the story in detail, including a war against demons and other evil forces, I decided to toss my old story. This is because I learned that the Lubavitcher Rebbe said that there would be no such devastating war before the Moshiäch arrives; instead, he will arrive so painlessly and quickly that we will be surprised, even caught unawares.
Hi guys! Unfortunately, I couldn't make demo release in time. But never fear! Progress continues. I have since made two alpha versions with more content.
The main reason I could not release a demo is because I did not have all the character art. To remedy this, I am learning how to draw the characters myself. Now, prepare yourselves! I now the present the first ever, completely....
I am now working on making graphics for Yesoidos. I have taken some photos to use as backgrounds, and I am making some placeholders for the spirit-world characters, some of which I like enough that they may end up in the final release.
However, I don't feel confident enough in my drawing abilities to create the human characters. Help, anyone?
I am planning to release a demo containing chapter 1 by September 19. It is likely that there will be placeholder graphics and no music, but at the very least, the text will be in place, since that is already done for chapter 1.