A flash-based circus greets your eyes as soon as you try out Acrobots, a creative website that allows you to have a variable amount of bots fly and flip off of each other in a rounded box. While it can hardly be classified as a game, its physics and easy accessibility make it a fun diversion for at least a few minutes. The buttons on the right allow you to add more "Acrobots", get rid of some, light up the stage, and increase or decrease their speed.
This game is made even more fun with a little bit of Beirut in the background. Fire up the album Gulag Orkestrar and watch your custom-made Robo-Circus in action.
This game has you bitch-slapping your way to the top as you crush your enemies with lightning reflexes and have lengthy Japanese conversations with them. It's a fun little flash game, with the only downside being that it's not for the Wii.
In other news, Destructoid should start up Sunday Sidequests again. Any editors feel up to it? Maybe I should just do it from the C-blogs. I get bored.
Yesterday, as my floating head invaded Stickam, I was genuinely surprised that I hardly knew anyone. I remember when we first got UserPlane, and I called Savant blind. I remember the migration to Ventrilo and the crazy antics of a certain Ron Workman. It didn't seem like too long ago when we recorded the first ever PodToid. It's weird. Everything went by so quickly.
Today I decided to go back and look at some of my "articles"--you know, those things I wrote, with the bad puns--and I found my first ever. Dated July 13,2006.
Man, I've been around for a year. I guess that's why they called me "Old School Dtoid" in Stickam, huh?
Here is my first post. The comments on it have been cut off because of Destructoid's switch to Elephant, and the article is all smooshed, too.