crankytheelf The truth about working conditions at the north pole
life, bear grylls style nuf said
brainfreeze9876 plays "Kitten Cannon" Watch as I enjoy skewering and shish-kabobing a little orange kitty.
Kabobber (Prototype) for the Atari 2600 Weird, but nice prototype. To bad this was made in one of the years where the video game crash was.
Unreleased Atari 2600 Games #14 this game is called kabobber. at first when i played this i didn't know what was going on so i wen t to the website where i look up all the unreleased atari games and i read the storyline and the explanation of the game and i now know how to play it.
Kabobber 1983 Activision
MadWorld HD I adore the look. Not just the refreshingly different monochromatic makeover -- a veritable middle finger to the countless games out there that steal and re-steal the same boring style; two middle fingers to the publishers whose marketing teams may as well be credited as co-designers -- but the art and technology that made it a reality. Every unique character and environment in MadWorld has been lovingly crafted and rendered, the results nothing short of marvelous. The designs of the locales, from the intentionally cliche Asia Town or a horrific castle overrun by zombies and torture devices to an alien bunker complete with big-eyed grays and gravity guns, are simply dazzling. Some of the boss characters are so awesome and menacing that you might instinctually prefer to turn and run just as soon as fight them. The animation is quick and fluid and the particle effects system is one of the best Wii has ever seen -- it needs to be since the game is flooded in blood. The violence, which seeps into every nook and cranny of the title, runs so deeply that it is entangled in the very presentation. The black and white nature of the game is only compromised by the color red, which makes its presence known every time main character Jack, a ripped mystery man with a chainsaw for an arm, cuts an enemy in two, lops off a head, or pulls out someone's beating heart and crushes it. MadWorld is filthily brutal, never blinking in its quest to make mutilation funny. The concept might sound ...
caitlin piano Caitlin's beautiful piano piece :D
Happy Birthday Anna Cause We Loooove you!
auntie anna To our auntie Anna in Capetown!
Thwocker (Prototype) for the Atari 2600 Uncontrollable jumping FTL!
Funky Dance 2 Christians Funky Dance
My beautiful niece My niece Alexandria
Shish Kabobbers A
Happy Birthday Grandma
Kids Pledge I Pledge Allegiance...
Tim Moore kabobing it! Fresh jumbo shrimp caught right off the coast here in Wilmington.
Fall Leaves Fall Leaf Fun
Random Atari Stuff! A trio of three random games from my library of 533. Are they any good? Read on... Kabobber: Not bad. Incredibly simple: hop your five blue guys around making them eat green guys while not being eaten themselves. Except for the pink one at the end. One of your blue guys is supposed to dive down pinky's neck. Then it's on to a new track and you do it all again. If you really want to. Pac Kong: Like Spider Kong, this is another piss-poor Donkey Kong imitation, with a random 'Pac' in the title. Pac-Man is nowhere near this game. Kong is nowhere near this game. I think that's supposed to be 'Mario' (ha!) down there, but it could be anyone. Might as well be Lou Albano for all I care. Sky Diver: Crap on your own, and probably not much more fun with another player. A few rounds of jumping a guy from a plane, and that's your lot! Score points by landing on your pad. Score more points the longer you leave your jumper in freefall. That's about it. To its credit it does feature independent and random wind levels for each jump, so it's not all the same every time. It's not far off that though.