Wow, creepiest intro.
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@hrldcpr I'm telling you, I'm not salesperson from their company.lol
my eternal gratitude should suffice. transfer will happen this weekend. i'll probably have to buy another one for my other sister, so thanks a lot @Masae ;)
i couldn't resist playing with it, now i know how it feels to torture a robot!
@hrldcpr and @ictus Cubebot should get a thank you. But it makes me happy to have you thank me like this.
I'm a bit embarrassed,
Thanks once again.xx
@Masae : that's a sweet thing to say. i'm sure you're/d be a great sister! [leaves to ask his parents if they're willing to adopt a child]
@ictus Actually, I have a younger sister who is the best in the world.
But I'm not a good sister. ;( I should learn from you!
I really enjoyed this documentary.
Basically you get to see several people working extremely hard to build their own amazing videogames.
They're all at least a bit weird, and their hard work and creativity is pretty inspiring.
And the film itself is very well-made!
This puzzle game (also for iOS — itunes.apple.com/us/app/flow-free/id526641427) is really fun and addictive.
At first it's easy, but as the board grows in size it becomes an increasingly tricky topological problem to connect all the pipes without crossing.
This is basically what designing a one-sided circuit board is like :'(
If you like this, you might also like a game by the same company that @volkan and I are falling in love with :'(