we should combine forces, you can hack people up and i will squish there body parts into three's =S
I played so much bejeweled once that when i looked at peoples faces I was connecting sections of their face into three.
Swamp? Ha! After my divorce, I was left with three kids, a mortgage to pay and no child care! Never been married >_>
Erik J writes "Braid creator Jonathon Blow has revealed that a map editor and image tool will be added to the popular puzzle game. First, though, Braid will receive a patch to fix some issues players have reported. Blow explains: 'After I get a new version out in a few days that fixes the problems some people are having, and when more people have played/finished the game, I am going to post some documentation for the editor. The way it works is you can make levels with the editor (up to a full game, potentially) and run that with -universe later... also a tool will be released that lets you take Photoshop files and import them into the game, if you want to put new graphics in your levels.' It is unclear if these capabilities are coming only to PC or to the Xbox 360 version as well."
No I don't, you're miss informed. I celebrate Christmas when I don't believe in God or Santa.
Gimme gimme gimme!
Not our saviour, your saviour. But I was trying not to go down the path of denouncing my faith, to save from hurting your feeling. But as we are now currently on said path, and as many people have pointed out; Christmas was a pagan festival that was adopted by Christians. Santa stole a holiday of Christians....who stole a holiday.
Good point, well made. and i would have been offended a few years ago myself.
her to say! and my first instinct was Jesus, but I thought Santa was less controversial...even though Christmas is based on a pagan festival.
damn they removed my symbol "heart"
The thought police are comin', the thought police are comin' Tis the season I 3 cola and linux....
I want comfy men! Double standards! humph.
It's an excuse for a party! I celebrate Christmas to but I don't believe in santa.
minus a million cool points, he's not exactly iron man!
After the closure of Tabula Rasa over the weekend, the Opposable Thumbs blog asks if that's what it takes for a game to have an actual ending these days. Quoting: "It's no surprise that most games hope for a sequel, as it's the easiest way to get some of that money back while taking advantage of the staff, engine, assets, and other advantages you've banked while creating the first title. The problem? This has lead to a generation of cliff-hangers at worst, and endings that hedge their bets at best. ... As all the game's characters die, as the servers are shut down, as the data is erased or backed up and then boxed or whatever happens to MMO data once the game is done, it's hard not to be a little sad. The sights and sounds of the world of Tabula Rasa are gone, forever. All the memories written into those ones and zeroes will quickly be forgotten, and no one will walk those grounds again." Massively put together a few screenshots and videos to commemorate the ending of the game.