Long been a fan of Game Maker’s Toolkit.
The Good Place.
Many of us are passionate about cooking, I’d say. Heather and I randomly shoot the shit about the latest Bon Appetit video. Cecilia bakes a ton. Gita often has some very, very good vegan-friendly recipes.
Back in the day (read: mid-2000s), me and my high school buddies all used to be obsessed over this browser-based sim game called Ikariam, which we’d usually surreptitiously play during computer science class. No one else I know has ever heard of it.
I tell Bash “yo” every time I throw him the draft for the day’s K-Pop pick, so I guess you could say we’re best friends
Homeworld and its sequels have a pretty killer campaign with lots of missions that aren’t cookie-cutter survival modes.
Ever since they released Roller Coaster Tycoon (the original 1999 version) for my phone, I’ve played nothing else on the subway.
I feel like I’ve personally failed everyone on this site whenever a lengthy, reported piece absolutely falls flat on social media. Although I know it’s really Facebook’s fault *shakes fist at algorithms*
the phrase “to be fair” needs to be struck from comment threads everywhere
oh, hey, a spot to plug my dinner club: https://www.instagram.com/the_unprofessional_cook/
Inglourious Basterds, out of the ones I’ve watched.
gonna be wild and say four
Fozzie. I could cook him in a wokka.
Roller Coaster Tycoon. I can build a ruthless cathedral to amusement capitalism in my sleep by this point.
“Underrated” is relative, but I’m always shocked at the amount of people that have totally slept on Titanfall 2.
Sistar and Orange Caramel are the two groups that I would literally give anything to come back. I miss them so much.