So, did it like .. blow up?
|Goofy Gorilla |
Next in the Computer Gaming at its Finest Series: ASI Frontdesk Hotel Management Package.
|Big Beef Burritos Supreme |
Not a bad idea, but they could have made it look like real scada software, whatever that looks like.
|Crunchy Frog |
Fun Fact: The programmer for this game was on the development team for World Quester 2: http://poetv.com/video.php?vid=61444
|Stupid Lisa Garbage Face |
Wasn't this released by Austistitronic?
This reminds me of the old, shareware, ASCII-graphics Star Trek simulator I used to have back in 1989
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We had both of these games on a shovelware cd. Only the Skunny games were less fun.
Actually I bet EGA Trek could be fun once you learned the ropes. Like a very early, humorless Star Control :)
|Colonel Cowlung |
I don't see any ANY key!
All this computer hacking is making me thirsty. I think I'll order a Tab.
I was trying to squeeze something from that episode into a tag, but then he said "this is gaming at its finest" and I couldn't figure out if he was joking or not.
Hey, miss doesn't find me sexually attractive anymore! I just tripled my productivity!
GLEEE this guy has a (autistically expansive) Robot Odyssey walkthrough
That is still one of my favorite games/introductory courses in Boolean logic and circuit design.
Wait, F3 doesn't give me any angel dust?
I'm sold! No more consoles for me!
That "voice" is Ulililililiea's central nervous system trying to keep his mind running smoothly.
Jesus, it's like a serious version of that "scout piranhas" video.
Chernobyl for the Commodore 64 was a much more enjoyable nuclear power plant simulator. For one thing, Chernobyl had sound effects that made you feel like you were really inside a power plant.
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