Re: State of the Shoujo... so far
Posted: Mon Sep 12, 2011 4:15 pm
11:59:59 PM december 31st aleutian islands time. calling it now.
(Where's the Walkthrough?)
Actually it's "Hawaii-Aleutian Standard Time" (HAST; UTC-10), but why do things half-way?Rhaegar wrote:11:59:59 PM december 31st aleutian islands time.
Rin would be proud.Mirage_GSM wrote:Actually it's "Hawaii-Aleutian Standard Time" (HAST; UTC-10), but why do things half-way?Rhaegar wrote:11:59:59 PM december 31st aleutian islands time.
The westernmost (inhabited) time zone is Samoan time (UTC-11), but no luck there: Samoa is going from UTC -11 to UTC +13 on Dec 29th this year, effectively travelling one day into the future... Actually kinda cool if you think about it...
Anyway the time zone is also used in Niue (1.400 inhabitants) and on Midway (some temporary staff). They probably won't call it Samoan Time anymore though.
There's also a UTC-12 time zone (which doesn't even have a name), but the two islands there are uninhabited, except for "annual visits by the US Fish and Wildlife Service"
Okay, enough education for today, time to go to bed...
No.Kazuki wrote:I'll never get why so many people jump at the opportunity to beta test. It's just gonna ruin the experience for you when the full game comes out, as you'll already know pretty much everything in the game.Goldilurks wrote:I can see the reactions on a "we need volunteers for a beta test" thread now. Fastest growing thread ever.do the beta
And this is exactly the reason why we're not keen on making an open call for volunteers. Beta testing is work, not "a chance to be first".Esa94 wrote:No.
It'll get you a possibility to play the game before everyone else.