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Back in Feburary, I left a comment on Walfas saying I’d make a desktop version of the Pet Tenshi game/flash/thing. Now I have finally finished it! (Hey, it’s only been 5 months, that’s not bad.)
Anyways, here it is:

Font Download:
Before you get the program, I recommend downloading and installing the font above. Without this font, some text may not display properly. (I didn’t want to distribute the font with the program because it’s a commercial font)

Program Download:
New Version Available:

Features Added/Removed from Original Walfas Version
– Some of the original achievements are changed to make them more possible
– An impossible new achievement is added
– Autorun on startup (probably useless)
– The rock now obeys the laws of physics when colliding with Tenshi’s head (more or less) so you can hit her sideways and get the rock to bounce up
– Didn’t add the ‘charge’ thing (I didn’t really understand how it worked anyways)
– You can’t change the rock’s sprite =(

There are still a few bugs and glitches here and there. Here are some that I’ve found:

– If tenshi is standing close to the wall and the rock is dropped in the gap between her and the wall, weird stuff happen. (I don’t think I’ll be fixing this..)
– Tenshi might walk into the wall (This should be an easy fix)
– Tenshi could get stuck at pushing the rock against the wall
– Tenshi might get stuck, period.
– Sometimes the combo display doesn’t disappear
– Autorun doesn’t work on Vista/Win7 because the program doesn’t have permission to edit the registry
– The achievement checkboxes look ugly on Vista/Win7
-Tenshi sometimes grabs the rock telekinetically ._. (Maybe I should call this a feature…)
There are probably a lot of other glitches, leave a comment if you find a new one… Actually, nvm, I don’t really want to fix them.

– Credits to KibyM and Thefre for their brilliant idea and the original flash game.
– Sprites are from the original flash by KirbyM (and thanks to flash decompilers lol)
– Thanks to programmer-in-training for his Per-Pixel Alpha Form
– Also thanks to the various online resources that I used, and google which helped me to find them.