So, being born in January, you'd think I'd be tolerable to the cold encroaching in the northern hemisphere. However, truth be told, I've always despised this time of year. While many of you snuggle up to your fiances, families or fiery bums, I tend to seek shelter at the nearest furnace, trying to stave off the cold that threatens my bony fingers and toes. It's funny how someone born in Winter can be so intolerant of the chill, but that's just me preferring the heat of Summer.
So I heard news of a game called Bridges being on the forums and got excited, only for the call and closure of sign ups cropping up when I was asleep. I am only slightly pissed at this, but this brings me a noodle of thought on the context of forum games, adventures and assorted journeys.
While having sign ups is good and all, there is the problem that plagues the internet in that because we're all over the world, timezones tend to be shafted royally over certain areas. A game with
It's came to my attention that some morally retarded douchefags between 17 and 20 have been extorting and threatening kids for their Halloween stuff, saying they'll beat them up if they don't hand the goods over. Now, I'd pretty much shrug the faggotry off if the kids they were mugging were the same age category, as that's what is expected of teens these days.
How wrong I was.
The victims they're targeting are four to eight years old, and usually guising in small groups.
Basically a heartless automated banhammer.
Well, to be more accurate, I discovered today that a laptop battery on constant charge does harm to a laptop computer, and have removed said battery and run the machine on my wall socket. As to why I find this relatively amusing for Halloween, if you recall what a battery does to most machines as a power source, this thing is basically living like a zombie, which then dies as soon as the plug is pulled.
So I've been lately hooked on this free to play game for a while. SK's one of those games which is amazing with good pals, win or lose.
The premise is that you're a knight (debatably a robot/human/godknowswhat) stranded on a planet filled with hostiles, and it's your job to team up with other knights to get to the core of the planet where a power source exists to get your crashed ship fixed up. If I had to describe it, I would say it's like that classic, LoZ: Four Swords Adventures.