Square Haven Splash Archive
A collection of splash pages dating back to the Haven relaunch of Spring 2002. Descriptions are by Matt
The fantastic splash that Paul calls "The most appropriate splash image. In the history of Square Haven. Ever." Indeed, it was quite fitting as this is the splash image we put up on the day we were supposed to launch. Ah well. Procrastination ensued for approximately three more months when the forsaken procrastination was smitten by God and the holy realm of Square Haven returned yet again.
We finally decided to launch in May and set a date. To celebrate the momentous occasion, we composed a new splash page. tada.
Three days before launch we implemented this countdown splash which foretold the amount of hours, minutes, and seconds before launch. Sho nuff we launched when the timer reached zero. The script is now counting the amount of time left till I turn 46 years old. Yay!
I found some bible verse and switched it a little. I'm definitely going to Hell.
Sort of a rehash of a splash page I did many years ago for the site. I like it a little.
meh. My creative juices haven't seem to be flowing lately...
I did this splash page, like, years ago. This is from one of the SH versions that are lost forever on my fried harddrive located in some garbage heap somewhere. How did I acquire it, you ask? Why, from the Internet Archive
, of course.
A magnificent splash by Paul
Paul's Final Fantasy splash is indeed exsquisite, do you not agree? A true work of modern art.
Rahul has blessed us this holiday season with a fine holiday splash that surely conveys the spirit of the season.
An analytical look at the evolution of the inherent values instilled by a company into its product as per what would most accurately meet consumer demand. Read: a whole bunch of boobies.
This splash, in which Terra, Biggs, and Wedge plough through the snowy fields en route to Narshe, is one of my favorites.
August 1, 2004 "Moogle"
We received a cease and desist e-mail from Google for this one, hence the reason "Narshe, Ho" returned.