do i like playing games or do i just like buying bundles and organizing things? we may never know
anyway here's my revived spreadsheet of free games, anything with my name under "key holder" is up for grabs: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1F8xMKM2ldfww1sEUrR72gdR-Etgmxx9jWuQ_vt9pqyI/
hey hey it's an updated #introductions
(don't look at my history of bad toots you are only authorized to read the good ones thank you for your understanding)
The Haunted Island: A Frog Detective Game:
omfg i love this game!!! it's very short, i ended up playing 45 minutes and finishing the whole thing, but it's hilarious. you're a frog detective that gets sent off on a case to investigate a ghost on an island where the sloth king had hired useless ghost scientists who could not find the ghost. definitely recommend if you want something quick and light and fun
the best songs in any genre of music are always songs explicitly ABOUT that music.
the best disco songs were all about going out and disco dancing.
the best rock songs are always about how much we like to rock. or how it's only rock and roll.
the best rap? about rapping.
best funk songs are about having the funk, and needing the funk.
country and western? David Allan Coe's best song is straight up meta ode to writing the best country and western song.
William Joel Hot Takes thread
The wilder thing is that my step-father bought a CD player when they were still 500 dollars and literally the only album he owned on it for over 20 years was "Joshua Tree."
it's a racing game! i am *terrible* at racing games!
the tutorial/first race took me almost half an hour, there were lots of cutscenes but also i'm bad at game. it seemed okay as far as racing games go, there was a cohesive storyline which was unexpected and the game was kind enough that i managed to win on my third try. the map is an absolute travesty though - the UP is just labeled "michigan forests" which i guess isn't that far off but then the lower peninsula is basically 80% covered with a street map of detroit
idk if you like racing games this sure is one! i probably won't come back to it
The Bard's Tale (1985):
this was really fun! an early ttrpg-inspired RPG where you have a party of adventurers who fight and cast spells etc etc. it doesn't stray too far from its d&d roots and seems kind of straightforward and basic until you remember it's 35 years old. it's extremely playable and the few characters i've talked to so far have been interesting.
health stuff, toilet chat
the way our current tiny toilet space is set up there's a weird step in the floor right in front of the toilet and my legs fall asleep so fast which is NOT IDEAL when you're in for a good 20+ min shit session
and i *long* for a nice handheld bidet/lota/whatever you want to call it just give me maneuverable water with which to clean my sad filthy ass
libraries, videogames, chronic illness, cats, sff. lives on the internet
also @ebeth, discord: ebeth#1234
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