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Treadmill Theater: Trudging Through the Classics #2 - Witness for the Prosecution, #1 King Kong - Blather, Rinse, Repeat
May 23rd, 2010
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Treadmill Theater: Trudging Through the Classics #2 - Witness for the Prosecution, #1 King Kong
Let's see. Witness for the Prosecution - Agatha Christie story, with a cranky guy tended to by a clingy nurse. If you've seen "The Man Who Came to Dinner", that part might be familiar. Not a bad movie. Twisty and turny towards the end. I called one of the turns.

I then went on to watch King Kong - surprisingly similar to the Jack Black / Peter Jackson movie of the same name. Also, surprisingly effective special effects. I'm pretty sure I had seen most of them before, being a Star Wars geek as a kid, and going out of my way to see special effects specials.

And then, to celebrate not getting anything done, I watched Logan's Run in Blu-Ray. No, there was no real benefit to the blueness of the ray.

Woo, I'm done!

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From:rechercher
Date:June 2nd, 2010 03:41 am (UTC)

Non-sequitur: game competition

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Do you ever go to www.jayisgames.com? Do you ever do browser based games?

There is a new competition based on the concept "Sandbox".

Check it out if you need a new challenge. I know I'd love to play another game you designed.
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From:tsmaster
Date:June 3rd, 2010 06:59 pm (UTC)

Re: Non-sequitur: game competition

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I worked on one of the bigger browser-based games for a bit:

http://www.facebook.com/bejeweledblitz

But as far as doing game development in my spare time, I haven't done much recently, browser-based or no. Much of my recent time in front of machines has been doing more administrative nonsense (upgrading machines, trying to recover data from failing hard drives).

Thanks for the link - I took a peek at it, and if I was feeling the itch, and had the time to devote to it, that could be interesting.
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