1.  Construct your Longpig entirely out of stolen things.
  2.  Steal panels for your Longpig from many different victims.
  3.  Reuse the same panels in your Longpig over and over again.
  4.  Build your Longpig by grouping panels that belong together.
  5. Your Longpig must be at least as tall as you are.


LONGPIG: https://desktop-metaphor.itch.io/longpig

StatusIn development
Release date Jun 19, 2021
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(1 total ratings)
AuthorDesktop Metaphor
Made withClip Studio Paint, Adobe Photoshop
TagsAtmospheric, Creepy, Dark, Erotic, Experimental, Funny, Gay, Horror, LGBT, Mystery
Code licenseUnlicense
Asset licenseCreative Commons Zero v1.0 Universal
Average sessionAbout a half-hour
AccessibilitySubtitles, High-contrast, One button

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inspired by your longpig, ive draw something similar (?) while being artblock! 


Oh that's great, I'd love to see it if you're comfortable with posting it!


Hey, you're back! Welcome back! I've made some Longpig of my own--not a lot, some very minor and self-indulgent Tony Millionaire edits, but it's such a unique and powerful kind of assemblance-language, and you speak it so fluently. Haven't seen you around since I got off Twitter, I'm hyped as hell you're still doing your thing! Thank you for the hard work, kudos, friendo <3


Oh thank you for the lovely comment! I'm excited to hear you've made some longpigs, is there anywhere where I can see them? I understand if you feel like they're too "self- indulgent" to post, but I'm really curious...


Ummm, they're nothing as advanced as yours, I haven't played with it much, but they're over here on my experimental blog. It's a bit on hold right now because it's readable backwards and forwards in two different ways as is, which I...only wish I intended, but there you are. I mostly got preoccupied with how a change of one line can turn a page from a suicide into a murder/suicide (not graphic, he IS a sock monkey, but all the more graphic for the stuffing). Thank you for responding, you're a huge inspiration! ...I should do something with this blog, haaaah orz


Oh wow such a small but impactful change, very interesting. Some cool stuff on your blog, thank you for sharing!