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Monday, June 04, 2018

Major downtime for BLOODSTREAMS BATTLES™ ONLINE, Mico 1.7 and our iOS apps announced

Due to our shutdown plans for the Waripedia, Correct or Incorrect and Rocketstreams Wiki websites, our web browser game BLOODSTREAMS BATTLES™ ONLINE, Mico 1.7 image captures and our two iOS apps are going down for maintenance until we can safely back up everything to Google Photos and Wikia.

Thursday, April 05, 2018

Mico 1.7 is now available

Mico 1.7 is now available for the Bloodstreams Corporation site.

Tuesday, April 03, 2018

Mico 1.7: Final looks

Mico 1.7 in use
After Mico 1.6 came out in October 15, 2017, we announced in Twitter Moments back in November 2017 that Mico 1.7 was in the works, and now after many months, we've finally decided to finalize Mico 1.7, a big upgrade over Mico 1.6. This update fixes some of the Mico 1.6 flaws and adds a ton of new features in, including some funny Easter eggs.

This update will also change how the context menu looks, and you can now freely customize it. However, settings are extremely limited and we plan to add more features for it in the meantime when we decide to announce Mico 1.8.

Sunday, April 01, 2018

Saturday, March 31, 2018

Our planned Easter Fools antic

After a four-year hiatus of committing antics at our users in April Fools, we've came up with a new antic.

This antic will flip the page upside down, making it harder to read the site.
Too hard to read, huh? Well, this is just a preview of what the "antic" will look like.
The antic "may" affect mobile devices but it will not force the page to be sent at the end of the page. So what's the plan? It will affect EVERYTHING on the site, including sidebars, Extra Stuff, the Bloodstreams Menu, the navbar, Mico and more.

But how can I read the page?
At this time, we're always looking to improve the way you browse on the site. As part of that, tomorrow, we'll be excited to introduce our new page layout. Here are some tips for getting the most out of your new Bloodstreams reading experience:

Turn your monitor upside-down
Our internal tests have shown that modern computer monitors give a higher quality picture when flipped upside down—kind of like how it's best to rotate your mattress every six months. You might find that reading will look better this way.

Tilt your head to the side
Imagine if you've got water in your ear and need to get it out. Tilt your head toward one shoulder and read any of our articles (gentle head-smacking on the opposite side is optional). With this way, you can read articles with a flipped head.

(well, isn't that gonna hurt anyway? We're just trying to be funny. XD)

Move to Germany
As you probably know, everything in Germany is upside-down, so moving to Germany may provide you with a more natural Bloodstreams reading experience. (Note: If you live Down Under, and the page is still upside-down for you, then we recommended moving to the northern hemisphere.)

P.S, wait until tomorrow to get antic'd. We'll be waiting to see how you will react to the flipped page.