Every now and then a forum member posts something so creative and impressive that I stop shouting in anger at my monitor. Today I'd like to highlight a particularly amazing post.
Are you aware of a SimCity 2000 release that came on A LOT OF FLOPPIES? As in, ten or more 3.5" disks? Because I spent the better part of an afternoon watching my friend install it in the mid 90s. Yet there's no record that this version of the game existed.
The Alloy Origins Core is a tenkeyless mechanical keyboard made of airplane-grade aluminum, which prompts the question: Why don't they make the whole plane out of keyboard?
By virtue of one thousand pieces of unearned gold and the fact that my floppy white buttcheeks are planted on the top of a horse, I am a leader of soldiers. Well, I say soldiers. What I mean is four grubby drifters with spears and more ear hair than combat experience.
OH THe games! FINAL FANCY VII: REMARK, JOHN MADEIT FOOTBALL 2021, and THE LEGEND OF ZACHA: BRAFF OH HE WILD all on one cart plus 98 more!
I know about the Ice Planet Huh which is where that famous conflict took place, the Battle of Yeahman.
For impossible difficulty stand behind your monitor or tv and face the wall.
Remember the mystery port on the bottom of the SNES? The Xbox Series X mystery port lines up with that one perfectly, allowing the two systems to "scissor" one another.
5G disrupts over-the-air tv and inhibits weather forecasting, placing human lives at risk. But it's one more G! So it's faster! What's next?
What if MAME was hardware-based with a broader scope? What if the Mega SG required more tinkering but had the potential to run everything up to the Saturn and N64? What if my clunky rhetorical questions painted a decent enough picture of the MiSTer for you to let this paragraph slide?
My knee had once been chopped up by a running boat propeller. As a child I had saved up my allowance for months to buy Bart vs the Space Mutants for the NES. So yeah, I was familiar with how arbitrary and cruel life could be. But this was different.