After having resurrected quite a bit of the old site, I thought it was time to work a little on a better site layout and design. As you can see I have done some changes to the color scheme and overall look. There will be more refinements to come, but in the meantime let me know what you think and where you would like to go with the site design.
The pictures displayed at the top, are all drawn by our amazing Azuma Ninja artists. They were all originally submitted for the 2005 Tenchu Checkpoint calendar. I thought it was a good way to showcase the wonderful art that has been submitted over the past ten years.
But if any of you do not want your artwork displayed, then please let me know. Either leave a comment or email me at restore (at) tenchu.de
Welcome back everyone! It’s been a long time, but hopefully we can begin to get the site restored to it’s former glory, as well as provide any new info since the site was hacked. But if not, then a mere shadow of it’s former self will suffice. Stay tuned for more news and updates.
Almost 3 years the Tenchu Checkpoint was destroyed by a hacker attack. Unfortunately I was not able to restore the site on my own. Though I love playing games, most of my time is nowadays occupied with making them. Thus leaving me with hardly any time to devote to rebuilding and possibly expanding this site on my own.
Through the contact with Jesse/The Blue Swordsman I felt encouraged to give it another try, but I need your help! The site that you see now, uses a blog technology called WordPress. The great thing about WordPress is that in order to write an article you only need to know how to use a simple text editor. The rest will be taken care for you. It is as simple as writing a comment on Facebook or in a forum.
If you are interested in collaborating with me then either leave a comment or email
restore (at) tenchu.de
Please do not use any other email addresses. I had to stop using them, as every spam bot in the universe keeps sending messages to them.