What is Productivity Pony?
A program that ties your word count on a writing project (novel, homework, thesis) to the health and happiness of a pony you create.
You specify a number of words to write per day, and your pony eats that amount daily-- unless you don't write, in which case it starves.
Can my pony starve to death?
No, but it can seriously hate you. This is why you need to be productive.
What if I can't write every day?
You can build up a surplus by writing more than your daily requirement if you aren't going to be able to update for a while. Also, for every 100 words you write, there's
a chance you could acquire a random food item for your pony. These can act as word supplements if you fall behind on your quota.
What happens if I finish my project?
Marking your project as finished releases your pony back into the pasture. You can use the same pony for later projects if you've formed a lasting emotional bond.
Does the program work on anything besides Windows?
Not until I figure out what a Mono is.
Do I have to install the .NET Framework to install Productivity Pony?
Yep: this is a great explanation of why exactly.
Who is responsible for this unholy masterpiece?
Olivia Walch and David Renardy. Contact us with any and all glitches.
Are there any fonts used in the program besides Impact and Comic Sans MS?