Well it’s been almost 3 years since I started working on Moonman, it’s grown in scope far beyond what I originally imagined and the development log now has 174 pages and has been read over 600,000 times. In the rare chance that the TIGsource forums collapse it would be a great shame to lose that thread, which has documented the many iterations of Moonman, from the original ascii/ansi graphics to the colourful pixel art it has today. To preserve it I decided to spend some time today archiving the old thread and centralise all the linked images. So now the archive up until today is here: http://moonman.io/devlog_archive/page_0.html, and I have it backed up on my computer. I archived the devlog by saving the thread in ‘print mode’ and processing it with a custom Python script. Hopefully TIGsource will never die, but if it does the history of Moonman will be somewhat preserved.