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Title: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: Dragon Mage on November 08, 2014, 02:47:59 AM
OK for those of you who have played through A Bird Story will already know that the name for TtM's sequel is Finding Paradise. While Kan rests up a bit I thought maybe we could come up with pre-theories for the game. (A Bird Story theories are also welcome :) ) After I played ABS I thought about how the title of the games are linked with the plot so my theory is maybe Finding Paradise has to do with the protagonist wanting to go somewhere or find something. I'm not sure if it's to do with the bird at all but I'm sure we'll see him in the sequel as well.
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: Dev J Chand on November 08, 2014, 03:39:46 AM
Well, I'm just partway through the game, but to me it seemed that the whole thing was basically about a boy thinking about his life through a dream. It had the same sort of black outlines for people he didn't remember well, lights flashing at certain moments, etc. If anything, I feel this is part of the boy's story told from his perspective, and To The Moon 2 will show off a bit of this part, as well as some other moments of his life from the doctor's perspective.
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: Mav on November 08, 2014, 05:23:15 AM
My theory is that this boy is Neil Watts and he will be next patient in Finding Paradise. This boy wanted to help this bird as Neil wanted to help people as a doctor. Furthermore, Neil took some pills at the end of To The Moon, so I assume that he is sick somehow. Theories, theories... ;)
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: Dev J Chand on November 08, 2014, 05:27:43 AM
My theory is that this boy is Neil Watts and he will be next patient in Finding Paradise.

Theory debunked by Kan. Neil Watts is going to be a doctor in the next installment alongside Eva.

Here's the post hinting that:

https://www.facebook.com/FreebirdGames/posts/1251874908161470 (https://www.facebook.com/FreebirdGames/posts/1251874908161470)
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: Sun on November 08, 2014, 05:29:41 AM
Dragon Mage, good idea about what he wants already showing here. Makes me think, he kept on dreaming of flight. Both by making those paper planes and imagining flying through the air on them.
And the bird he found tied into this idea of flight ... hmmm. And when he found the bird, it couldn't fly. But thanks to his good care, in the end, it was able to fly ... and gave him another paper plane, maybe so as to say "And this is so you can fly, too."
I bet it will be about him wishing to fly. Or finding a kind of freedom he never had in his life. He sure seemed to have a very playful mind, but it all stayed mostly imagination, apart from the bird making his dream come true in a way.
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: Dragon Mage on November 08, 2014, 05:56:05 AM
I bet it will be about him wishing to fly. Or finding a kind of freedom he never had in his life. He sure seemed to have a very playful mind, but it all stayed mostly imagination
This is a really good theory. I imagined his wish would be something like that, givin the name of the title.
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: Kyo on November 08, 2014, 07:03:09 AM
I have a theory that the winged trauma led the boy to develop a deep hatred for birds. Finding Paradise will be a first person shooter, in which we will be playing as the boy (now an adult) that travels the world in his obsession to shoot all the birds out of existence.

That's the first half of the game. In the second one, we'll play as the doctors, trying to fulfill the wish of the last bird in the world (the one from ABS, of course), who's dying out of its wounds.

I have yet to discover what is its wish.


Spoiler: show
I heard that the sequel is actually going to have a subtitle. Finding Paradise: Modern Warfare. And it will run on Unreal Engine 5.
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: Dev J Chand on November 08, 2014, 07:57:19 AM
I have a theory that the winged trauma led the boy to develop a deep hatred for birds. Finding Paradise will be a first person shooter, in which we will be playing as the boy (now an adult) that travels the world in his obsession to shoot all the birds out of existence.


I thought you'd be suggesting this:

(https://freebirdgames.com/forum/proxy.php?request=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.freebirdgames.com%2Fimages%2Fttm2.jpg&hash=2f8012955a2c37c139159ac42154ad9c)

I'm disappointed. :P
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: Dev J Chand on November 08, 2014, 10:43:45 AM
Just finished the game, and I'm sure of one thing:

The doctors are going to mess up this boy's memories very badly. This boy will prove to be a very resistant patient, and he'll defy a lot of their attempts to try and re write the memory. That's the only way the veterinary doctor barging into the boy's room makes any sense. Or that whole escape attempt with the book plane convertible. :P
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: Frostyflytrap on November 08, 2014, 01:39:19 PM
I have loads of theories on what A Bird Story's fantasy parts mean.
In the parts where he rides the big paper airplane and helps the bird search for other nest, I presume they were looking for the bird's family. But at the end of that scene, the boy returns to the balcony and all the pieces of paper from the plane fly back into his notebook. Which I think may be hinting that his voyage was all in the book, all his imagination, all was written on paper or drawn on paper. That only explains the first scene with the paper plane, but the second one where he uses it to run away, I'm not so sure yet.  :-\
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: fay_envoy on November 12, 2014, 08:49:01 PM
My theory is here:
The boy's birdie has been dead before (there's a scene said A thunder hit paperplane and they're fall into the ground.)
And a long pariod he had been not see the birdie.
So he's last wish is found a paradise with him and birdie, and find his birdie.
Last screen, he had been seen the birdie again, may be edited by two doctors.
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: Jesicani on November 12, 2014, 10:24:13 PM
I haven't completed ABS yet, but I do want to contribute to this thread XD. Judging from what I've played so far, he does seem to interpret the world differently than that of a "normal" (quotations because what is normal is ultimately subjective) person.

School is like a jungle to him, when he goes off the beaten path its as if the trees move for him, etc.

Why he does this could be a product of either two things:
1. It's simply because he is a child (but of course accepting this notion means that I have no theory to contribute)
2. Some form of mental condition

In the first game, we observed a character who had Asperger's, which was River, but It wasn't her mind we were exploring, it was Johnny's. I wouldn't be too surprised if we were to delve into the memories of someone with a similar condition to that of River's.

Also, according to the Wikipedia page, those with Asperger's "often display intense interests". From what I've seen form the character in ABS, he has a very intense interest in flying.

The wikipedia page also states that, "They may be poorly coordinated, or have an odd or bouncy gait or posture, poor handwriting, or problems with visual-motor integration." And in the short amount of time that I played, I've seen the character fall a few times.

But, I still can't say with absolute confidence that the patient in Finding Paradise will have Asperger's. Firstly because interpreting the world around you in near-fantastical ways is not a symptom associated with Asperger's from what I've seen in my 1-minute research. It's just a possibility I thought I should put forth.
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: Dragon Mage on November 13, 2014, 12:20:51 AM
OK I just played A Bird Story through again and another theory came to mind. I thought since most of the game is based off the kids imagination, the beginning is real and the boy is still waiting for the bird to return. The ending could just be what he wished had happened but never did. Perhaps the bird did die but we're not sure how (since the giant paper plane is obviously just the boys imagination). It could of accidentally fell from the balcony trying to fly for all we know. I know it's a kind of depressing theory but that's just what I think.
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: playit17 on November 15, 2014, 04:25:44 PM
My theory is that his final wish is to see the bird one more time. So they need to find where the bird went therefore "Finding Paradise"
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: fay_envoy on November 17, 2014, 09:38:18 PM
New theory appeared!
Almost all of the A BIRD STORY is a dream.
From the boy once fall asleep(Watch the papers on the desk), The dream happened in the birdie who will come before.
And the strange things and what happen is the dream.
Till the desktop has been place more and more paper, some birdie whistling woke him up --- and everyone know what happened!
So the real time of the story is only ONE night and ONE morning!
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: Dev J Chand on November 18, 2014, 01:24:45 AM
Well, then the parts where he slept make no sense, besides the whole story is established as being told from the boy's imagination. It'd also make the beginning scene where the boy moves backward pointless.
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: Abrom on November 25, 2014, 08:49:47 AM
Ok, I must have missed something big - Why is it pretty much an accepted fact that A Bird Story is tied with To The Moon, and Finding Paradise is the name of the To The Moon sequel? The only references I've seen is that unimportant characters are represented as shadows (just like in John's memories), and the ending of A Bird Story, in which, we see 'Finding Paradise' and are shown a timeline. To me, it makes it seem that this story is going to continue on all throughout the protagonist's life, and we've only seen one small part where he was a child. I don't think just because it shows a timeline that it necessarily means it's connected to To The Moon. I think that it's a good guess, but from what I saw, I think that Finding Paradise is merely going to be a sequel of A Bird Story, where we see the next stage of his life. I mean, lots of RPGMaker games have elements from each other. I don't think that shadow people and a timeline solidifies that A Bird Story and To The Moon are connected. Is there something that I missed? Did Kan already hint at any of this at some point?
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: Kyo on November 25, 2014, 12:39:15 PM
Ok, I must have missed something big - Why is it pretty much an accepted fact that A Bird Story is tied with To The Moon, and Finding Paradise is the name of the To The Moon sequel? The only references I've seen is that unimportant characters are represented as shadows (just like in John's memories), and the ending of A Bird Story, in which, we see 'Finding Paradise' and are shown a timeline. To me, it makes it seem that this story is going to continue on all throughout the protagonist's life, and we've only seen one small part where he was a child. I don't think just because it shows a timeline that it necessarily means it's connected to To The Moon. I think that it's a good guess, but from what I saw, I think that Finding Paradise is merely going to be a sequel of A Bird Story, where we see the next stage of his life. I mean, lots of RPGMaker games have elements from each other. I don't think that shadow people and a timeline solidifies that A Bird Story and To The Moon are connected. Is there something that I missed? Did Kan already hint at any of this at some point?
Yes. I'm not going to look for quotes, but it is confirmed that To the Moon is episode 1, while Finding Paradise is episode 2 of an unnamed story. From what we know, FP should be more similar to TtM in that the main characters will be the doctors and their patient - the boy from ABS.
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: Abrom on November 25, 2014, 01:27:43 PM
Unnamed Story? Lol, well, isn't it called Finding Paradise? Maybe 'unknown' is what you were getting at. Anyway, could somebody please show me these quotes? I tried skimming through the site, and Kan's facebook, twitter, and youtube, but I couldn't find anything about Finding Paradise.
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: Dragon Mage on November 25, 2014, 01:55:16 PM
I tried skimming through the site, and Kan's facebook, twitter, and youtube, but I couldn't find anything about Finding Paradise.
Nothing's been said about it yet but we might see an update soon.
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: Abrom on November 25, 2014, 02:23:55 PM
Oh...alright. Because all I could find was Kan stating that A Bird Story was a 'spiritual sequel' of To The Moon, and I didn't really think that it meant it was really connected, especially since Kan seems to keep trying to make people understand that it is NOT To The Moon.
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: Kyo on November 25, 2014, 04:28:45 PM
Unnamed Story? Lol, well, isn't it called Finding Paradise? Maybe 'unknown' is what you were getting at.
Unnamed. I meant it like this:

"An Unnamed Saga"
- Episode 1: To the Moon
- Episode 2: Finding Paradise ( + its prequel/prologue - A Bird Story)
- Episode 3: ??­??­?
And so on.
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: Sun on November 25, 2014, 05:50:43 PM
Why is it pretty much an accepted fact that A Bird Story is tied with To The Moon, and Finding Paradise is the name of the To The Moon sequel?


Anyway, could somebody please show me these quotes? I tried skimming through the site, and Kan's facebook, twitter, and youtube, but I couldn't find anything about Finding Paradise.


It's e.g. on the game's page:
"Taking place in To the Moon‘s universe"
"While Dr. Watts and Dr. Rosalene aren’t in this game (chronologically, it takes place before their time), the boy in it eventually grows up to become their patient in “episode 2″ of the series."
http://freebirdgames.com/games/a-bird-story/ (http://freebirdgames.com/games/a-bird-story/)
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: Abrom on November 25, 2014, 07:25:16 PM
Sun - OH MY GOD, I CAN'T BELIEVE THAT I MISSED THAT! GAH! WHY IS KAN GIVING OUT SPOILERS LIKE THAT ANYWAY?!

Kyo - Ohhh, now that makes more sense to me.
Title: Finding Paradise Theory!
Post by: ToxicCows on December 12, 2014, 04:24:01 PM
Ok so heres my theory it will as in To The Moon but with another dream! We can already see that this person has an awesome fantasy and that will be more awesome in the game its self because then freebird games can do almost anything. It will also be much about flying and (SPOILERS AHEAD IF YOUR NOT DONE WITH A BIRD STORY DO NOT READ!) to find his old bird again and be like him like a bird. This might happen. Second of all, Neil will be one of the patience because on the end of To The Moon (MORE SPOILERS AHEAD ABOUT TO THE MOON!) it's like brighting up for a second and he takes one of these pills! Hope you all enjoyed my theory :)  :whaaa?:
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: epicfail98200 on December 30, 2014, 03:54:04 AM
A lot of these theories seem to be directly tied with the one bit of information given to us in ABS. Although it will definitely have an impact on the next game, I don't think it'll be the entire premise. The fact that the game stayed true to the "No dialogue" theme given to it must have more meanining behind it. Finding Paradise will for sure have dialogue (or at least I'd assume) which leads me to believe.. "Is there more to the story being hidden right in front of us?" especially with the songs in the soundtrack having the names of "Yesterday" "Today" and "Tomorrow".

Although personally I felt it took place over a couple of days suggested by the songs "Before Fall" and "After Fall". Maybe things like this can give people more inspiration or true detectives new ideas as to what this "Hidden Detail" can be.
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: Mersealie on December 31, 2014, 03:10:59 PM
This is a very interesting topic, may I join in? ^-^
I'm guessing that "A Bird Story" was the result of Neil and Eva work on their patient. The game rewind the boy's life at the beginning of the game like how Johnny Wyles' life did when he was put into that machine. And the gameplay was really lucid such as the work of Sigmund Corp's technology. Let's not forget that practically everyone BUT the boy was faceless. These can be related to what happen to Jonny when he got hooked up to that machine right? THEORY TIMEEE!!!!: What we saw in A Bird Story was all an illusion set up by Neil&Eva and the boy's life didn't roll that way. His life was probally really awful, not having his parents around, getting bullied, all the things that make life poopy. And im guessing that what really HAPPEN will be revealed in Finding Paradise. Oh yea, and the title of the next game:"Finding Paradise" i can only imagen that it's the boy that's trying to find this "paradise"
That's all!
-Mitchy
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: Da_NKP on January 27, 2015, 02:55:23 PM
Hey, since this is TtM2, is anyone curious what this patient's condition could be? Obviously, River had her own condition and Johnny had a medically induced one. Maybe I'm the only one thinking the new patient (or perhaps someone else he knows) has some kind of not-so-well known condition.

Any theories there? It might even help identify the plot of Finding Paradise, but given Kan's track record, I doubt it.
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: Abrom on January 27, 2015, 10:12:46 PM
Hey, since this is TtM2, is anyone curious what this patient's condition could be? Obviously, River had her own condition and Johnny had a medically induced one. Maybe I'm the only one thinking the new patient (or perhaps someone else he knows) has some kind of not-so-well known condition.

Any theories there? It might even help identify the plot of Finding Paradise, but given Kan's track record, I doubt it.
I guess I never put much thought into what illness he could possibly have. I mean, what condition could it be, in which, the patient confuses reality with imagination?
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: Da_NKP on January 27, 2015, 10:26:09 PM
I honestly have no clue. I'm more familiar with the Pervasive Developmental Disorders than anything else.
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: Double A on January 28, 2015, 06:18:55 AM
That's an interesting question! :deepstuff: However I don't really know the answer.....

Probably someone can think of something?
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: Maximax92 on May 07, 2015, 08:13:12 AM
Hi there guys, I read this interesting post, and I don't have a solid theory about what the story of Finding Paradise will be, but actually I think as one of you already said, that there could be more behind the choice of not having dialogues at all on A Bird Story. I wouldn't be surprised if the character were deaf-mute or something similar. This could explain why his books are so important to him, and why he is so lonely and his pals make fun of him. For example I am thinking also at when one of his schoolmate accuse him of having thrown the paper plane in class, and he does nothing to defend himself. Also in the elevator we can se he is really shy, the inability to speak would explain a lot of things. And this story "bird focused" gets even more importance through this idea, because of course they wouldn't be able to speak anyway even if the character hadn't this condition, but the deaf-mute thing would stress even more why they become so close: people that can't speak are usually really capable of loving and communicating with gestures, like when we see how newborn babies, when they still don't talk, are so capable of creating really strong bounds with domestic pets. To me it sounds possible ;)
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: Da_NKP on May 07, 2015, 08:26:58 AM
Possible, but I could also say the same if this kid had some form of Autism. Being crazy shy and not speaking at all fits, as well as not defending yourself, as you are unaware of how to do so (and are, perhaps, scared to do so because of a past attempt that didn't work out so well). Also, there are some who either are incapable of speaking or just refuse to speak altogether. They prefer written response than verbal, as there is more to verbal communication than the words you say. Loving books? That's almost a stereotype.


While I could go on, I'll just conclude by saying that I doubt he'll do another character with the same condition (and if the protagonist is Autistic to the point of not speaking, that technically makes it different from River's Autism).
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: Da_NKP on May 07, 2015, 08:48:38 AM
Actually, just thought of this: What if he has Locked-In Syndrome? Of course, the term is more observational than medical (focusing on the fact that someone cannot communicate in any way versus focusing on how they got to that point). However, I think it could fit.

So, bear with me: I'm going all in on this :D

First, let's set up some basic assumptions:
    He's obviously a kid, so we can assume whatever happened to him happened when he was a kid
    A Bird Story shows his experiences in a somewhat realistic manner that tends to take shortcuts in both logic and physics, if need be.
   
Now that we've got that, let's begin: He's clearly dreaming.

First, Locked-In Syndrome keeps a person "locked-in" or unable to interact with their environment. They can still, however, view and observe what's happening. This is somewhat important and could apply in various ways. For example, let's point out that this kid does not defend himself when accused. He doesn't talk. In fact, most of his "actions" involved viewing or seeing things. Yes, in the game he's walking around to see those things, but I'll move on.

Now, can you remember any recent or remarkable dreams you might have had in the past? If so, did any of them tend to stick with what you understood of the world until it wasn't convenient? Like, you spend most of your time obeying physics until something crazy happens and the only way to "survive" is to do something that goes against reality? I know that's vague, but it's what we see him go through. I won't mention the whole paper airplane flight, but if you notice how things look real enough until he decides to go walk in the forest, did you notice how he leisurely strolls out of his classroom and into the middle of the forest? Or perhaps, when he wants to go home, it's about five to six steps away from that same section of forest? Or maybe, when he wanted to get a closer look at the injured bird, all of the trees moved aside for him? This, at least to me, sounds like dream logic. This also happened to be a significant portion of his life (this is, admittedly, a Meta statement, since Kan would only choose to make a mini-episode if there was something meaningful and relevant to the story) and, while he still reflects on it frequently in his dreams, some of the original logic has gone. You could say the dream - the original memory of an event that legitimately happened - has started to fragment over repeat dream sessions.

So, to wrap everything up, our new patient is currently suffering from (probably a more terminal, life-threatening form) Locked-In Syndrome, which is being reflected, along with the event that most likely caused it, in his dream: A Bird Story.
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: Dragon Mage on November 17, 2015, 04:43:41 PM
(https://freebirdgames.com/forum/proxy.php?request=http%3A%2F%2Forig12.deviantart.net%2Fb4d7%2Ff%2F2015%2F321%2Fa%2Fa%2Fparadise_by_dragonmage156-d9h13uz.png&hash=c820c08b3e8fe418a50b0f4e165d74ac)

^ This proves you can always find paradise in NZ xD

I wonder if the man in Finding Paradise will actually travel to New Zealand or Australia in the game. Or atleast have some mention of it.
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: Austin Li on November 18, 2015, 05:34:08 AM
To the moon had sick Australian references everywhere.
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: Dragon Mage on November 18, 2015, 03:40:12 PM
To the moon had sick Australian references everywhere.
Yeah XD who knows, maybe Neil will make an NZ reference in Finding Paradise :P
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: Abrom on November 18, 2015, 06:55:06 PM
To the moon had sick Australian references everywhere.
Yeah XD who knows, maybe Neil will make an NZ reference in Finding Paradise :P
Now that Kan knows, I'm expecting it.
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: Dragon Mage on November 26, 2015, 10:22:47 PM
In relation to Abrom's theory here: http://freebirdgames.com/forum/index.php?topic=6192.0 (http://freebirdgames.com/forum/index.php?topic=6192.0)

If this is mostly true then I think that Finding Paradise will be about the boy wanting to find the girl her fell in love with when he was younger but he wasn't able to in his life. His completed wish may show him flying a plane and finding her again.
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: Dragon Mage on May 27, 2016, 08:45:31 PM
So incase you didn't know, Kan recently uploaded a new teaser image:

(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CjeCXUQWgAEamoi.jpg:large)

Like holy sh-! Is this even FP anymore! O_O Things look a whole lot more intense than it was in TtM.

It seems Neil and Eva get sucked into a void of some sort. Reives, what are you trying to tell us?! D:
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: FirmlyGroundedAspie on May 27, 2016, 08:55:28 PM
It seems Neil and Eva get sucked into a void of some sort. Reives, what are you trying to tell us?! D:
Some sort of rift in space-time is what I thought...
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: TheFlyingMarlin on May 27, 2016, 10:06:11 PM
Perhaps it's similar to the road-block Neil and Eva ran into in TtM, with that big blank white area.
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: Jade on May 27, 2016, 11:56:55 PM
Meanwhile their hairs are dynamic XD
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: Dragon Mage on May 28, 2016, 02:18:19 AM
I love the sprite poses. So lively and realistic ^_^

I couple things I notice... There is a cloudy background, indication that they are in the sky. I'm thinking somewhere in his childhood (or whenever the patient is flying :P )

Also, what's that thing behind Neil's head?
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: Kyo on May 28, 2016, 03:58:47 AM
Meanwhile their hairs are dynamic XD
Yeah, I heard Kan has implemented NVIDIA HairWorks into the game.
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: EatingToastYay on May 28, 2016, 07:17:59 PM
I love the sprite poses. So lively and realistic ^_^

I couple things I notice... There is a cloudy background, indication that they are in the sky. I'm thinking somewhere in his childhood (or whenever the patient is flying :P )

Also, what's that thing behind Neil's head?

I know! The sprites are lovely. Though Eva's lighter shade of hair concerns me...
As for the thing behind Neil's head, it looks to be his arm. It's just that the sprite work uses overlaps of several positions of his arm to indicate fast movement. It's an classic technique commonly used by older hand-drawn animation and still sometimes used in contemporary 2-D, though in smaller instances. It is pretty confusing first looking at it!

Oh, and I did come up with a conspiracy theory of sorts, but I posted it in Discussions for To The Moon instead of here (whoops!). If anyone wants to take a quick look at it:
http://freebirdgames.com/forum/index.php?topic=6403.0 (http://freebirdgames.com/forum/index.php?topic=6403.0)
Title: Re: Finding Paradise pre-theories
Post by: TheFlyingMarlin on May 28, 2016, 07:46:57 PM
Meanwhile their hairs are dynamic XD
Yeah, I heard Kan has implemented NVIDIA HairWorks into the game.

If someone somehow found a way to add NVIDIA graphics to RMXP, that would be legendary.