Hello and Merry Christmas! This blog post will be updated with new sections related to Christmas, Nitrome, or the Wiki!

Did you noticed that the special Christmas logo is different than the other ones? That's because, in a cooperative work, NOBODY, Ayernam and me made a new logo format, along with the current logo! Thanks goes out to them!

I really like it because "Nitrome Wiki" is bigger and more noticeable, the space for screenshots will be a bit bigger too and I have also an extra space in the sides to add more cool things! Also, the background is now transparent and I think it's really good-looking.
I already made the logo for January and I think you will like it. If at least five people asks me in the comments to show you the January logo, I'm going to do it before January! Also, let me know what do you think about the new format in the comments!


As you may know, 10 days ago I created a blog post, where users could submit a screenshot of a winter game. With all the screenshots, I made the wiki's special background! Thanks to everyone who helped! Credits:

Hope I don't forget anyone!


Yay! Christmas holidays came! Now, we have more time to do what we'd like to in the busy school days. In my case, I've been this year really busy with the homework, and sometimes I couldn't even edit on weekends, because of the homework.

I have tons of homework even on holidays, but I'm going to do them as fast as I can to have enough time to edit here. :) And, what about you? Did you have this year too many homework? Do you have homework for holidays? Are you fast doing it?


Do you like to read books? This section is about our recent or favourite readings. I want to talk about a novel I'm currently reading and I like a lot: Unwind, by Neal Shusterman. Here's the prologue, from Wikipedia:

After a civil war—known as the Second Civil War or the Heartland War—is fought over abortion, a compromise was reached, allowing parents to sign an order for their children between the ages of 13 and 18 years old to be unwound—taken to "harvest camps" and having their body parts harvested for later use. The reasoning was that, since 100% (actually 99.44% taking into account the appendix and "useless" organs) was required to be used, unwinds did not technically "die", because their individual body parts lived on. In addition to unwinding, parents who are unable to raise their children to age thirteen for retroactive abortion have the option to "stork" their child by leaving it on another family's porch. If they don't get caught, the "storked" baby then becomes the other family's responsibility.

I already read a lot of chapters, and I really recommend you this book. Do you want to share any reading with us?


Did you already noticed that there's falling snow? And did you joined Nitrome Towers (the chat) recently? Then, you would have noticed that, thanks also to some users, I added some MediaWiki codes. Those codes made the snow effect, and added extra features to the chat: night chat, special messages, and anti-spam code (it stops you when you try to add the same message fastly 5 times). Here there are some screenshots:
300px-DayChat_Example.PNG 300px-Night_chat.png

Click to see them bigger.
What do you think about them? Do you have more ideas? Let me know your opinion in the comments!

New Year

Wow! 2013 is coming! I think the wiki is now much bigger than one year before, and that's possible thanks to all the users, who cotribute, more or less, to make this wiki great!

Here you have a countdown!

Have a happy New Year!


New sections coming soon!

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