Friday, September 11, 2009

Scribblenauts ESRB Rating Summary

This is a puzzle game in which players navigate a series of traps, puzzles, and enemies to collect stars scattered throughout the colorful levels. Players have the ability to summon different objects by writing/typing in the word (e.g., bike, spaceship, lion) and watching it come to life. If multiple words are entered in a sequence, different whimsical scenarios can be triggered: a bicycle can be used to jump over a baby; a bulldozer can clear away a shark; and cabbage can be fed to dinosaurs. Players can elect to summon "cartoony" versions of bats, bombs, guns, and flamethrowers. These types of items can be used to destroy objects or even other summoned items (e.g., a club can be used to hit an animal; steak can be attached to a baby to attract lions; rockets can be lobbed at a man). These triggered animations are minimally depicted and are usually accompanied by popping, musical sound effects; bright, star-shaped flashes; or small puffs of smoke. If players wish to, they may type in the word vomit, which causes a beige-colored lump to appear on the screen.


Thursday, September 10, 2009

More Raptors In Jurrasic Park

I finally got my collectors edition of the Lost World in the mail! I am as happy as a polar bear during a hunt. To be honest, it isn't as grand as I had imagined. Of course I imagined it would be contained in a black box with the warning label in bold letters and it would require a special key to open it.

Instead it is just a regular dvd case that happens to be shinny in case of raptor attacks. Those things sure love shinny objects. Once I was able to distract one in a bank long enough to mortally wound it. Was sent to prison for a while because of that...if only people would see the truth....

Anyway, it is nice and comes loaded with tons of extras. One major thing is multiple commentaries by staff and crew. As a friend of mine pointed out: this could be my chance to learn anti-raptor techniques from the masters.

Monday, September 7, 2009

Oh @$&#! Is that a raptor? - The Novel

That is right! I am currently working on a new project besides Life in the Wastes! The title says it all! It will be a episodic novel about the end of the world as I see it and other fantastic stories of survival and raptors.

What would happen if raptors decided to strike now? That is the main question I will try to answer in my fantastic series! Still looking for publishing, copyright, a written version, and most of the story actually thought up.

I hope to expand on many of my key insights and "theories" to enlighten a nation! More on this later though.

Friday, September 4, 2009

Steam Power Economy

I have just solved our recession.

Power everything by steam. It is cost efficient and looks totally bad ass. Now I'm no suit in Washington, but I know it can help. Oil is the past, but steam is the future. Imagine the applications!

That or nuclear energy. France is almost completely run by nuclear power, so I say we don't try it. If a bunch of snail eaters think it's a good idea...well then that explains my opposition.

But steam is the way, steam is our salvation. I wonder if raptors fear steam? Either way I'm going to a pay-and-take tomorrow to get a chassis and then to a antique store for parts from a steam train. They'll see me rollin and they be jealous of my fuel efficiency.

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Everything Explained in one Sentence

Oh and is amazing. Period. Epic on the scale of epic. Like epic had a child with King Leonidas and this is what happened.