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sivart0 : we could put sivquest in this arcade :D
sivart0 : Moo
Kesha : Testing out Qutebrowser, works pretty good
Kesha : An HTML5 arcade would be cool, not sure how HTML5 games are distributed these days, wonder if there's a way to collect them for an arcade system?
Sean : finally got rid of the arcade link. Took a while to find where it was, lol
sivart0 : Hmmmm
sivart0 : Mobole test
momo : hi sean, i found a new php arcade and who adapted HTML game on it
Sean : I'm much better at it than I was back then for sure
sivart0 : anybody can write one, been done to death
 
Manga, Help a guy out!
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I need some help. Truth be told, I have never read a manga in my life. I would like to start! I have looked over all of Joplin and Springfield and can't find any store that sells the stuff!

I would order offline, but it is such a hassle to charge little charges to my credit card.

So my question is... where can I download manga? If I can, what is the best program to view it in; surely there are better ways than Windows image preview utility. Even though I have never read a manga before, I am fairly sure I know how to read it (reverse order of a comic book; right to left, bottom to top?

Please help me out here... I really want to start reading manga. Again, I would purchase the stuff, but there are no retail outlets within 80 miles that sell the stuff; the internet would bog up my credit card. Help? :}



Edit!: Good news! The Books-a-Million that was damaged on 5/22 reopened last week. I don't need to download manga now :}
Edited by: Alex , Oct 9th, 2011 @ 12:54 pm
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