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06 April 2004 @ 04:51 pm
Come on - Shoot the Evil Kangaroo  
Lost Labyrinth (auf Deutsch) - a rogue-like game for Windows, which features a Zelda-like interface. Screenshots look bad-ass - I wonder where they got their graphics. Because if they made them, they're bad-ass indeed. Time to fire up Wine again . . .

Sake (yes, the drink) can be used to make wooden speakers. The main reason I'm excited is that it means elfdope has a project now (post-Sumo Party).

The best part about a /. story about Wagon's Square-Wheeled Bike is how the Mac grads come out of the woodwork and bond.

Got some interesting comments at work today on Tassadar standing watch over my textbooks. If only they could hear the Korean Techno-Pop soundtrack. (not this one)

Title is a bizarre banner ad I just saw.

ADDITION: Discoflamingo13 - Super Genius. I'd like to hear thoughts - seiryu_16? gnfnrf?
ninja in the shadows: cautious-curiousseiryu_16 on April 6th, 2004 04:37 pm (UTC)
Hm. Sounds like it could be a good idea, only it'd be somewhat difficult to work the trade-ins and used games and such into the mix. In a smooth-running world that would the the ideal solution, but for all the retarded crap that corporate puts one through - I just spent HOURS today redoing the goddamn "top ten titles" list (which is bollocks anyway) - I don't think the idea would be workable. If corporate got their collective heads out of their asses and stopped trying to reorganize EVERYTHING every few weeks (my store has had about FIVE "makeovers" since the new manager arrived in Feb) and reps from different developers stopped insisting that we put up posters and shit for their products all over the where, then it could work, and game store associates would be much MUCH happier.

Oh, that it were so! ::sigh::
atelierlune on April 6th, 2004 05:11 pm (UTC)
If I called you in the next hour, would you be around?
Josiah Carlsonchouyu_31 on April 6th, 2004 08:35 pm (UTC)
I posted a reply in regards to media longevity and game company resistance at slashdot.
Abra SWcloudscudding on April 6th, 2004 09:17 pm (UTC)
No, you see...