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Everything posted by nockgeneer

  1. There also needs to be a flashlight app with pro in the name and a giant long list of permissions. I can't come up with it all right now, but here's an idea for it: The Ultimate Flash Pro Lite (Demo) 50%OFF!! The official app to use your Camera's flash to light your way in the dark! Super bright - better than a real flashlight! FEATURES: * Turns your phone into a flashlight for over half a minute without overheating! * Light up anything within range of your flash * Keep your hands warm while holding it * Large, easy to use on-off button * Display keeps track of the flashlight's status * SUPER BRIGHT! REQUIRED PERMISSIONS: * Phone State & Address Book (To e.g. turn on or off when you're in a call) * Full Internet Access (To e.g. keep track of updates) * Admin Access (To integrate properly with your phone)
  2. Well, as we all know, there needs to be a fart app. So let's call it.... Flat-u-lance An Odyne like farming game with bowel-turning action where you face off against feculant enemies blowing at you from every direction. Navigate through your field as monsters like Tough Chit, Wet Spade, Odipus, Silent Storm, Blovine the Bardbarian, Dumpster and Wind Breaker reek paths of destruction through your crops. With your trusty round rubber-headed lance, fight to keep your crops fresh. Each monster features their own individual noises and the ununiqe soundtrack feature will provide hours of enjoyment. Headphones optional. "Play it with your friends!" - BackBlastSS "Remember your headphones when you're at a funeral, speaking from experience here." - IamanIslandqq "the oter side 'f FUNN!" - BABOONS12345 "Don't forget to wipe" - HenryTurdman PS. Yes, the grammar errors and typos are intentional, and I have an svg of my terrible icon if you want too (I'm just not allowed to attach it here).
  3. Not sure if he's part of that guild but there's also Jon Bailey from Honest Trailers who might work well.
  4. The Back Blaster Burrito Out with the old and... out with the new.
  5. The "Desert Menu" (yes, that's spelled correctly) Extra Crusty Pie Crust $£€¥ + bean filling $£€¥ + extra bean filling $£€¥ + air freshener $£€¥ Churios (donut churros!) $£€¥
  6. I believe it's called: (╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻ Here, let me fix that for you: ┬──┬ ノ( ゜-゜ノ)
  7. Cleaning the radiator Dissolving food stains Disposing of bodies Unclogging drains
  8. Just check your backer profile ;-) Access it from the button at the top right corner. You can even check off the ones you've gotten now, so it's easier to keep track of things.
  9. I was going to edit my post above, but since I've had a chance to play some of them I'm adding a review. Here is the complete list of games I've gotten so far in order: Duck Quest? Not sure how much this one applies. It's free: http://wafflefriday.com/files/duckquest.html but is does have lots of quirks and is really short, but somewhat nostalgic at the same time. It's 8-bit after all. Full Bore (1st release) This is a fun open world sudo-platform game where you run around (no jumping) digging through dirt, exploring the underground, and collecting jewels. The mechanics work really well and the graphics, though influenced by older games, work really well. The second release is supposed to open up more areas that complete the lore surrounding the random things you find while rummaging around. Broken Sword: The Serpents Curse (part 1) What can I say? It's a quite faithful continuation of the old Broken Sword series, so the enjoyment is about the same. Except that this version really needs to be played fullscreen on a tv. It really makes it feel more like a movie than a game. The music is great too and the soundtrack for the first half has been released in flac; it's as good as ever. You might want to wait for part 2 to be released if you don't want to end on a cliffhanger. It's coming this first quarter apparently. Detective Grimoire This is a real gem, and so far my favourite out of those I've received (also the oldest pledged I've actually recieved, SpaceVenture is the oldest I've backed, followed by Tex). I actually finished it already. It's a detective game that actually works. For a die-hard adventure fan it may be too easy (even after turning off sparkly hints), but on the other hand it's really fun, and quite inexpensive if you want to buy it from whatever app store you use. Here's a good review: http://tabtimes.com/review/ipad-game/2014/01/13/detective-grimoire-review-so-good-youll-hope-more-murders-soon There's also been a demo for Scope Creep and, of course, SpaceVenture (wasn't that fun?). Tex Murphy: The Tesla Effect has been teased quite a bit too and it's looking really good. Everything else has been stuff that I've gotten, but that's for another thread.
  10. Haha whoops! I've changed it to XVII to honour the "You're starting to act like you did in episode 17, you scene-stealing hack." line in Galaxy Quest.
  11. The dialogue which pulled forth from my lips the greatest number of chuckles, guffaws... all the way up to guttural flatulence was the death sequence in SQXVII when entering the shuttle by the front door. after the sewer sequence. From the CD version:
  12. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t5WcC6Jb7gA
  13. Haha, the "living organism club" cracks me up every time.
  14. No games yet for me. Well, one little project called "Duck Quest?" but I don't think that quite counts. Lot's of stuff though, some of which are amazing. Edit: There are a few that I forgot, came in the meantime, or are coming within a week or two. Full Bore (1st release) Broken Sword: The Serpents Curse (part 1) Detective Grimoire (January 2)
  15. I got a Radian timelapse device from Alpine Labs back when they had their Kickstarter. It's the easiest thing to use ever; you control it from a smartphone. The only thing is it requires you have a proper camera with a remote trigger or IR port. But seriously, it's like nothing to set up. I would attach a couple of videos which were just done quickly while I was in China and then equally quickly put together in Picasa (Lightroom is otherwise the standard for doing this kind of thing), but apparently I'm not allowed to upload mp4 files :(. I should really upload them to youtube at some point, then I'll link them to here.
  16. This was a good update too since, I felt, Chris's character shines through. He really is a class act. Looks like he knows when to get the whip out too ;). On the other hand... who's this Space Quest Historiaflopamajig? What's his handle? He (or is it a she? Can't tell with all that hair) sounds like some random brown-noser wet behind the ears trying to muscle in on something he doesn't have any experience in just for the money and the kicks. I bet he's never even played Space Quest! I call for public lynching! B)
  17. I'll add my name to a petition too, even though i'm not an LSL fan, because the community deserves better.
  18. Gah! I'm late to the party! I'll do a performance of my sonnet this afternoon/evening and upload it to you. Hope I'm not too late!
  19. But mostly death. Hilarious horrible death. Over and over until you get it right.
  20. Thanks for the heads-up Frede. This thread is a great example of what the SQ community stands for. Paul is like a 4-year-old who doesn't understand why his brother's toys can't be his. This community is like the parent trying to explain those reasons to him. The only reason it means anything is because, if anything, it should probably be the other way around. Anyway, as I posted to Scott, Mark, and Chris on Kickstarter, GO TEAM!
  21. There's a way to get rooter past the crates. There's actually a bug here where Ace will do the motion if you click the hand icon on the bench *ahemrogerahem*'s sleeping on... even without rooter in hand... and I think that's already at the second last level of a hint book. There's something you need in that room to open somthing in the hallway after moving something there out of the way................ Haven't got it to work yet though. Got to do a clean run-through to minimize bugs.
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