I'm watching episode one of Space Patrol Orion right now. I never knew this existed until yesterday. It's like finding an alternate universe's Star Trek.
So far it's beautifully shot, and what little there has been in the way of special effects has been great.
I know this is an old dumb internet thing, but it makes me laugh every time I see it.
I am curious enough to take a photo, but not curious enough to plop down cash.
I was working on a game a few months ago. I should finish it.
I am super pumped about The Solar Grid.
One of neighbors has easter skeletons.
Apparently, I live near the Addams family.
Also! My instance should be live this weekend! So that's super cool.
Dinner tonight at my favorite taco shack.
Sopes con chorizo.
I found this old magazine about jazz records. It looked neat, but it was too expensive and damaged.
I wonder if these have been archived anywhere. I'd be interested in flipping through them.
So there's a weird Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy cash in rip off for the zx spectrum on the Archive.
It isn't fun, and is confusing. But the title screen is SO Wonderful.
Lots of people seemed interest in the DIY/3D printed space fighting tabletop game I'm working on, so I did a quick write up.
I'll have more info, more pictures, and a finished rulebook next week, but here is a link to the models and the basic rules.
I rewrote the rules from memory, so if something doesn't make sense let me know!
Have you seen the Grindhouse cut of A New Hope? The one with all the blood, and R2 has subtitles?
Hey, do you like video games?
Do you like Halo?
Do you like the Atari 2600?
What about Former VP of Games at Microsoft Ed Fries?
This is a demake of Halo, that is playable on an Atari 2600 (and it's available as a real cartridge)
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