Hi, my name is Matt, but you can call me doctor insidious, because that is much more awesome.
My top ten games:
9. Sam and Max
8. Gears 2
7. Tap Tap Revenge
6. We <3 Katamari
5. Castle Crashers
4. Persona 3
2. Crayon Physics
1. Cave Story
I am one of the few people who actually know how to program in this world. And by program I mean know how to use pointers.
#define COCKS 0
int main (int argc, char **argv)
printf("Hi I'm doctor insidious\n"
"This is the most useless program I have ever seen\n");
Well, it sure has been a while, hasn't it? Well, despite my apparent absence in the world of Not-fail blogging, I have returned to give you a quick update on the "d" game, with a few announcements. first off:
It's not called D game! Anymore! No in fact it's called "Warning 10,000" (which is over 9,000, heh heh). The name is a ripoff of the famous indie shooter called "Warning Forever", because I'm not clever enough to come up with one of my own.
But Dr., how does that name relate at all to growing up and puberty? My answer:
It DOESN'T! That's right! The new game has NOTHING to do with the growing up! As all you astrologists/physicists may have been tipped of, the game is about being a particle in the sun and journeying up to the surface, then lighting up the earth! Oh, one more announcement:
The subtitle is: Let's best the sun! The reason why will be given in tomorrow's post, along with game play videos and other information. Now I leave you with a screen shot: