Here it is – my first HTML5 game is available, combining two of my hobbies – gaming and language learning. The Serpent Scribe of Kyoto will allow you to feel like you’re wasting your time to the addictive void of snake, only to later find out you learned something – in this case, the Japanese writing systems Hiragana and Katakana. It works so well that I can now read both even though I had no intention of learning Japanese (yet) – it just comes naturally, that’s why I love the combination of gaming and learning so much.
Anyway, it’s available on Kongregate and you’re welcome to try it – it doesn’t matter if you want to learn Japanese, I think even playing a little game of snake and then being able to brag about your Japanese reading skills at the next party you go to is already worth it. I’d love to get some feedback, and to hear if you started reading Japanese because of it.
If it turns out to be a big success, you might see more of those coming in the future. Otherwise, they’ll probably come mostly to help me learn whatever I’m trying to learn at the time.
 Yes – as usual, it’s an old idea I recycled. I like doing that.
 Clearly, I’m a master of impressing people at social events.