Woah. Now that the Nancy Drew story is over, I actually have to go back to making up a new blog post every day. I'm not sure I can handle that.
The audio version of Weirdness at Waverly Academy is about three and a half hours long, and it will be posted to Youtube...someday. The audio version, in some ways, is better than the text version. It's better, because there are some super-funny parts where I try hard not to laugh while reading the story. It's also worse, because I'm sure there are parts where my diction fails, and you can't understand what the words I'm saying are.
In the meantime, I'm thinking of doing another Nancy Drew parody story, based off Secrets Can Kill Remastered. I chose that game because it is short. That should prevent me from writing another sixty-chapter monster story, right?
When I replayed Warnings at Waverly Academy, though, I realized something. I don't really care about snooping around in other people's things or spying on people. Some people seem to be really disappointed, if a Nancy Drew game doesn't have enough snooping. But if a game has no snooping at all, I tend not to notice it. Maybe I'm weird like that.