so i encountered the origin of the ass-shaking skeleton puppet gif
okay so a big ass pesticide company -Syngenta- just peitioned to the U.S. got to let them increase their pesticide limit up another 40,000%, which is basically a death sentence for bees, so please please PLEASE if you can at least donate $1 to help them here?
What the fuck is this trend where tumblr hates writers for writing characters that do shitty things? Especially characters that are villains/intended to be hated?
I keep seeing the argument “yeah, they’re shitty people, but the writer INTENTIONALLY wrote them that way! THEY have the final say on the things they do!”
… yeah, no shit? What the fuck do you want writers to do to make characters that are villains/intended to be hated? should the character steal ice cream trucks an not stop for children or dump their garbage in the grand canyon?
I SOMEHOW WOUND UP IN THE SKULL DIMENSION
god, I hate the hacking thing in Alien Isolation
Who the fuck thought a chunk of pixelated nonsense was a better password system than letters, or numbers, or anything legible?
Not to mention, that must make working on Sevastopol kinda difficult.
"Hey, can you gimme the password?"
"Sure, it’s… uh… stairs, sideways cross, and sort-of-a-box"
To say Octopus City Blues is weird is a bit of an understatement. It’s glorious old school adventure game featuring some of the finest and most surreal pixel art animation you’re likely to set eyes on.
You assume the role of Kaf Kafkaryan, a cowardly middle-aged octopus blood junkie and tentacle trimmer, living in a city built around a giant octopus. You explore the bizarre octopus city, full of colorful characters, strange sights and tentacles sprouting up from the ground (one of which is your wife), taking part in an adventure that takes place in real life and in your dreams.
Possibly due to the fact that you’re an octopus blood junkie, you experience extremely vivid dreams set in strange worlds populated by freaky creatures. Your aim is to help the inhabitants in your dreams through interactions with characters in Octopus City and also uncover a far-reaching conspiracy. There’s a lot to take in as you roam the city and explore your dreams, there’s also plenty of replay value too, with the promise of multiple endings and consequences of choices.
It’s a weird, wonderful, surreal adventure full of colouful characters, creative design and glorious pixel art animation. To say Octopus City Blues is weird is a bit of an understatement, but to say it’s awesome is an understatement too. The best use of tentacles since Day of the Tentacle.
♡ autumn ♡
Artist: Brian Mahony
Artist: Noriya Takeyama