Blushing Defeat

Blog, Games, Bimbofication

Mispell Released on GitHub

27 August 2019

The Mispell JavaScript library is now available on GitHub for use directly in browsers or nodejs. It is released under the MIT license, so anyone who wants to can make fun things with it. If you do, please get in touch and show me! :D

~ Gardamuse

The Bimbofication Booth

29 July 2019

Blushing Defeat have for quite some time had the Character Viewer which has allowed watching transformations of five Bimbo Holdem Poker characters. It does work on all devices, but not that well.

However, I really like the idea of a web app for viewing transformation sequences. As such I’m proud to announce version 1 of the Bimbofication Booth!

It has all characters of the old Character Viewer as well as three new ones. Two I have previously published on DeviantArt but the last character, William, is an all-new and about to undergo some drastic changes.

UPDATE 31/7: Now with even more characters and additional status information!

~ Gardamuse

Bimbo Blackjack

21 July 2019

I was recently asked over on DeviantArt if I was going to add Bimbo Blackjack to Blushing Defeat since it would make accessing it easier. And of course I should!

I think I originally didn’t add it because I didn’t consider it good enough, but it really is quite fun, too. In any case, Bimbo Blackack is now available on Blushing Defeat :)

~ Gardamuse

Bimbo Holdem Poker Bug Fixes

20 July 2019

A long standing Bimbo Holdem Poker bug that I had never been able to fix occurred in quite long games. This bug sometimes made the game not end, and instead allowed players that had already lost keep betting.

The cause, and a fix for this bug, was recently pointed out to me by MaddieMeadows! Many thanks to her for that!

That fix is now implemented in version 1.2.4 of Bimbo Holdem Poker, available now.

~ Gardamuse

Blushing Defeat Design Update

12 May 2019

Bimbo’s are usually easy to use and always care about looking good, and so should websites! As such I’ve given Blushing Defeat a few improvements to look more interesting and provide a smoother user experience. Most importantly, the Apps and Games page have received a good 300cc of upgrades so that it should now be much easier to browse. The old design really wasn’t very good.

In other news, Mispell have also received some updates during the last month, both in design and under the hood. I don’t really have any patch notes ready, but it should be possible to notice a different feel from what it was on release.

Enjoy!

~ Gardamuse