Friday Funday CXI

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Friday Funday brings you some fun and interesting links from my travels around the internet.

Says-It [del.icio.us]

Hey, that vinyl record has my name on it! That church sign names me as the one true lord! How is it done? With Says-It!

Gateway [del.icio.us]

This is an awesome little puzzle game where you play a robot who has to solve various puzzles so he can… Um… Well, I’m not really sure what the point is, but it’s damn cool. At the moment, I’m in the room after the TV. I haven’t had a chance to play around in there much, but I think I know what to do…

YouTube: Movie Mistakes [del.icio.us]

This is just a search for the phrase “movie mistakes” on YouTube, but the results are pretty fun to watch. Some of these are legitimate goofs, but others are just nit-picking, in my opinion.

Sexual urges of men and women [del.icio.us]

Safe for work. It’s a hilarious story about a man, his wife, and their sexual differences.

Top 15 Strangest Coincidences [del.icio.us]

If these are all true, they’re simply amazing!

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8 Comments

  1. As it turns out, that was the last room in Gateway. Had I played for a few more minutes yesterday, I would have completed it. That makes me sad, it was a fun game! A little on the easy side, but perhaps that’s part of what made it fun for me. -)

  2. Phoenix

    Gateway was one of the games in the Jay is Games Game Design Competition. It won the audience prize.

    It was ALSO one of the entries NEARLY UNPLAYABLE for color-blind people (such as myself). The creator caught so much flak in the comments about it, it was harsh (but made me smile ^_^). People were analyzing the colors he used and demonstrating (with math) why they were such bad choices.

    FINALLY, people are beginning to understand why accessibility is important. I managed to beat the game, but only by iterating all possible combinations until I got to the right one (seriously). And I can’t play Jewel Drop at all…

  3. Well, you aren’t missing a lot. It took me quite a while to finally beat it on the easiest level. It was mostly just a frustrating game.

  4. Kaini

    T, what do you do in the round room after the TV room???? I guess I could try harder to work on it but, you said something about the TV room being the last room, so Im not sure…? Hints?

  5. Re: Coincidences (See? I didn’t use @)

    The one about Mark Twain is true, and I know that at least some of the ones regarding Lincoln and Kennedy are true. One of my favorite historical coincidences didn’t make it though.

    A short time before the end of the Civil War, at a train station (I forget the city), a large crowd gathered waiting for the train. As the train approached, the crowd surged forward, and a young student fell onto the tracks. Just before he was about to get hit, another young man, an actor, reached down and pulled him up, saving his life. The two men became friends. Soon afterwards, however, the actor’s brother would kill the student’s father. The student: Robert Lincoln, son of Abraham Lincoln. The actor: Edwin Booth, brother of John Wilkes Booth.

  6. Wait! I just remembered that I wanted to use that story for Useless History Trivia! IGNORE MY PREVIOUS POST!!!

  7. Wow! Is that comment spam…I know you’ll delete it when you see it, but it was just such a coincidence (hahaha) to see it for the first time right after Kris’ blog.

    I have to go back and look for the mistakes from the first link that comes up…does Belle’s nipple really show? That’s just sick and wrong…and slighty hilarious!

  8. Yep, that was comment spam. Stupid spammers.

    I wonder what attracted them. Perhaps my blog is just getting really popular. -)

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