So. I spend 3 weeks on a essay that is about faking the moon landings. I spent 48 hours trawling the web for documents of importance. I found 14. 3 of them are extracts from confidential government documents. I made a 18 page Powerpoint presentation clearly showing all signs of a faking, including multiple shadows, duplicate environments, etc. What mark does she give me? A 23/100. Biatch. This has thoroughly convinced me that I should cut myself off from the outside world, lock myself in a room with gamemaker for the rest of my life and see what happens.
I dont know about you, but I really hate school. It puts thoughts into peoples minds, like, for instance, is Iraq really all that bad? Americans invaded it and it became a hell hole. But all our teachers tell us is that Iraq is bad this, and Iraq is bad that, blah blah blah. Do half of us even need that education? Of that half that dont, 50% already know it all, and the other 50% end up becoming homeless, comitting suicide, or working in a job that doesnt involve maths, english, or geography of any kind. Really. Whats the point. Have you played Canis Canem Edit? Good game. Good point. Dog eat dog, doesnt that pretty much sum up school? I think so.
This year, Easter proved to be too much. Chocolate. Sweets. Candy. Lemonade. Uggg, too much. But now, in one of my chocolate headaches I had an idea for a game, "Choco-Roco" (ever played on a psp?). It's a game where you are a ball of chocolate and you have to roll around and suck stuff in like, umm, chocolate, so that you get bigger, and bigger, and bigger, and, well, quite frankly, bigger. It sounds pretty dumb doesn't it? Well it'll be reasonable, I think. I stayed up 'til 3 last night, working on a game (not Choco-Roco), I can't tell you what it's called, because it doesn't have a name yet, but I'm open to suggestions. In the game you are an undercover operative with an odd assignment: kill the president. You run, jump, fly, drive, fight, evade and think your way to the end of the game (there are a whopping 26 different endings planned). Expect me to forget about this game tomorrow, and then find it again in two months, work on it some more, and then repeat the process again. It might be out next yearish.