You need a custom launcher to do that (as well as a lot of other things, like changing the grid layout of your home screen).
I use Nova Launcher.
Nope, it’s actually an animation by Louis Coyle, called The 25th Hour! Screenshots of it, taken from his dribbble post, tend to turn up in searches for Firewatch wallpapers.
Here you go. Hope the site's alright, Imgur ruins picture quality so I just picked the first file sharing site.
updated link: this one took HOURS to upload. It's PNG so imgur best not screw with it.
Thank you. That's all I'm asking for. I don't understand why that gets some people so exercised. Everyone wants to see themselves reflected in at least some of the media they consume.
I mean, I do understand on some level, but that's a long, complicated, uncomfortable subject. Maybe it's not worth trying to talk to some people about it, but I feel like if queer folks don't push on it now and again, especially when it comes up in conversation, nothing will get better on that front.
Depends on what you mean by similar. I consider Firewatch to be a visual novel of sorts, and if you want a very calming and relaxing visual novel, Katawa Shoujo works. The artstyle and way you play it are radically different but I think the way it is story-driven and makes you question a lot of things are similar.
Wait, why is it NSFW?
Edit: Also, searching on amazon yielded a few choices. This isn’t exact, but close: Squishy & Stretchy Large Dinosaur Toy - Sensory Fidget (Green) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07989C3M1/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_t6fTAb1KMB9EH
It was a response to /u/notwhereyouare post, about writing a program that will pool the weather and return a corresponding wallpaper.
IFTTT (If this then that) is a service where you can create different types of recipes. I have some recipes, e.g. "If current temperature drops below 10*C, then send an SMS".
You can also create a recipe with these conditions: "If any new post in /r/EarthPorn, then update device wallpaper"
I tried looking through IFTT's many functions, but I can't find anything that's close to what /u/notwhereyouare want's to make.
"If it's snowing, change wallpaper", "If it's sunny, change wallpaper", etc.
It is probably intentional to use these maps. Firstly because you see those maps for at most 10 minutes and they have no gameplay value. Secondly, they could've made new maps but using the same maps adds more to the imagination of the player. You can explain it in several ways within the story (1. She's your supervisor, obviously she will have your maps, 2. She actually visits your area often and has something to do with the events in the game, 3. Etc.). This adds more depth to the game.
So in this case, I'd probably also choose to re-use at least some maps.
I've seen a livestream in 2014 where Jane Ng was working on the lantern you see in the opening scene where Henry camps for a night (with the journal on the treestump). She worked on it for an hour or so until it was done and said something along the lines of "I don't want to spend too much time on this as the player will only see it very briefly and there's no real value to this object". These concerns are very real for a small team on a small budget like Campo Santo.
I'm just going out on a limb here, but it sounds like this is for a professional application - it's best practice (i.e. legal mumbo jumbo) not to copy the artwork from others.
As an alternative consider licensing this image from shutterstock:
(bonus it's vector)
Not OP but if you go to the desktop version of https://icons8.com/icons you can find app icons and recolour them as you wish! I've spent an embarrassing amount of time this week checking out what folks have done with ios shortcuts and messing around with my own homescreen lol
This is my current set up but I plan to upgrade to a Herman Miller Aaron when the become more available
I extracted the pictures from this dynamic wallpaper file and set up a time based function with the Changer app.
This game really reminded me of a series of books I read by a guy who was a ranger in the Adirondack wilderness for I think a couple of years. Some people would consider the books kind of slow I think, but I found them really enjoyable. They were just funny or interesting little stories about his encounters with hikers, other rangers, bears, etc, while being a ranger. http://www.amazon.com/Excuse-Sir-Your-Socks-Fire/dp/1595310002/ref=la_B001JOYVFQ_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1455165912&sr=1-2
I think the first book even spends some time talking about how he spent a season in a firewatch tower.
If you're interested in some history/first-hand experiences, check out Phillip Connors' <em>Fire Season: Field Notes from A Wilderness Lookout</em>. I bought it a few weeks ago, and I've been thoroughly enjoying it. Granted, Connors talks about his experiences in New Mexico, while Henry is in Wyoming. Regardless, the tone of the novel is great, and also quite funny at times. Plus, occasionally, it gives you the feeling of really being there.