Retroist, like Allison, will always be a Toys “R” Us Kid!
Well, you should!
Come see why my game is so self-aware, over at Retroist!
It tried, and the outcome resulted in pizza commercials.
This week’s Discover Challenge focuses on the idea of shared journeys, but also asks for a contrary perspective that focuses on the merits of solitary exploration.
This week’s Discover Challenge: The Things We Leave Behind
A few minutes after I turned my computer on this morning, this happened.
I do know Jack, but don’t tell this game!
This is another gameplay video, my second for Retroist (the first was the Nintendo Entertainment System game American Gladiators). No commentary with this one, given the type of game and the amount of listening involved. There are so many good smartass lines of dialogue within the questions that me yammering on wouldn’t do it any justice.
So go on, and click the link below, you’ll be amused.
I will never click on the ads with the strange stock photos at the bottom of pretty much every news website there is. You just never know what is lurking on those sites, and the importance of that hit really hard last week when my workplace’s servers were smacked with ransomware. Because the strange ads will do anything to lure you in, with the threat of needing bitcoin. So much bitcoin.