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« on: November 16, 2017, 11:28:53 PM »
When I was in elementary school walmarts and targets and then the department stores at the mall all provided a grand playground for a a game we would play called ditchum.

a cross between hide and seek and then...


chase...

ditchum.
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Re: Favorite Games
« Reply #1 on: November 17, 2017, 11:02:20 AM »
This game is like Monopoly with a shot of adrenaline.  The Boomerang Hotel resembles Mandalay bay as well.

https://magisterrex.wordpress.com/2011/11/03/whats-in-that-game-box-milton-bradleys-hotels-1987/
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« Reply #2 on: November 17, 2017, 01:14:59 PM »
This game is like Monopoly with a shot of adrenaline.  The Boomerang Hotel resembles Mandalay bay as well.

https://magisterrex.wordpress.com/2011/11/03/whats-in-that-game-box-milton-bradleys-hotels-1987/
The psychic Edgar Cayce was one of americas first game designers.

I also wonder at the similarities between the planchette/quija board and the mouse/keyboard.

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Re: Favorite Games
« Reply #3 on: December 06, 2017, 05:30:53 PM »
Pretty quiet at the forum this afternoon so...

Today I took a wrong turn and in less that twenty seconds encountered;
one ghoul
four bloatflies
two deathclaws
two supermutant suiciders

was I;
A.playing Fallout 3
B.playing Fallout New Vegas
C.Playing Fallout 4
D.Shopping in Walmart

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Answer is Fallout 4
Fallout 3 and New Vegas don't have suiciders
and Walmart does't have deathclaws.

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Re: Favorite Games
« Reply #4 on: December 06, 2017, 06:14:40 PM »
Pretty quiet at the forum this afternoon so...

Today I took a wrong turn and in less that twenty seconds encountered;
one ghoul
four bloatflies
two deathclaws
two supermutant suiciders

was I;
A.playing Fallout 3
B.playing Fallout New Vegas
C.Playing Fallout 4
D.Shopping in Walmart

Answer is posted at bottom
You have twenty seconds to answer, please activate our complimentary timer now...


Answer is Fallout 4
Fallout 3 and New Vegas don't have suiciders
and Walmart does't have deathclaws.

I needed a good chuckle today.
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« Reply #5 on: December 06, 2017, 06:24:02 PM »
Heres a game my friends and i sometimes play, warning, if you enter with doubt, just abort the game.  If you enter with fear, you may proceed, but buckle up.

Wait until dawn or dusk and get in a dimly lit room (barely able to see yourself)

Fill a large bowl with water and place three candles in triangle formation around the bowl.

Prick your left ring finger and drop 3 drops of blood into the bowl, no more, no less.

Now say " through that which i enter/the same by which i leave/take this offering to/show me that which i must see"
If there is any hope, it must lie in the proles..but why the proles, How are they most free to act?

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« Reply #6 on: December 07, 2017, 12:33:37 AM »
Pretty quiet at the forum this afternoon so...

Today I took a wrong turn and in less that twenty seconds encountered;
one ghoul
four bloatflies
two deathclaws
two supermutant suiciders

was I;
A.playing Fallout 3
B.playing Fallout New Vegas
C.Playing Fallout 4
D.Shopping in Walmart

Answer is posted at bottom
You have twenty seconds to answer, please activate our complimentary timer now...


Answer is Fallout 4
Fallout 3 and New Vegas don't have suiciders
and Walmart does't have deathclaws.
lol, good one

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Re: Favorite Games
« Reply #7 on: December 07, 2017, 01:21:00 PM »
Heres a game my friends and i sometimes play, warning, if you enter with doubt, just abort the game.  If you enter with fear, you may proceed, but buckle up.

Wait until dawn or dusk and get in a dimly lit room (barely able to see yourself)

Fill a large bowl with water and place three candles in triangle formation around the bowl.

Prick your left ring finger and drop 3 drops of blood into the bowl, no more, no less.

Now say " through that which i enter/the same by which i leave/take this offering to/show me that which i must see"

It does not surprise me that this is a "game"  ??? you and your friends play.    :-\

I prefer Clue and Racko myself, because I usually win ;)
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Re: Favorite Games
« Reply #8 on: December 09, 2017, 06:37:06 PM »
Heres a game my friends and i sometimes play, warning, if you enter with doubt, just abort the game.  If you enter with fear, you may proceed, but buckle up.

Wait until dawn or dusk and get in a dimly lit room (barely able to see yourself)

Fill a large bowl with water and place three candles in triangle formation around the bowl.

Prick your left ring finger and drop 3 drops of blood into the bowl, no more, no less.

Now say " through that which i enter/the same by which i leave/take this offering to/show me that which i must see"

That is pretty hard core.
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Re: Favorite Games
« Reply #9 on: December 09, 2017, 08:38:03 PM »
Heres a game my friends and i sometimes play, warning, if you enter with doubt, just abort the game.  If you enter with fear, you may proceed, but buckle up.

Wait until dawn or dusk and get in a dimly lit room (barely able to see yourself)

Fill a large bowl with water and place three candles in triangle formation around the bowl.

Prick your left ring finger and drop 3 drops of blood into the bowl, no more, no less.

Now say " through that which i enter/the same by which i leave/take this offering to/show me that which i must see"
Being a fool by nature and aspiration, I considered making a good natured joke about your game.
However, after careful consultation with my giblets I decided instead to amend my short list of essential survival rules.
Number one will be changed from
'Don't insult the person who cooks your food'
to
'Don't tease Magicians'.

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Re: Favorite Games
« Reply #10 on: December 09, 2017, 10:37:23 PM »
Heres a game my friends and i sometimes play, warning, if you enter with doubt, just abort the game.  If you enter with fear, you may proceed, but buckle up.

Wait until dawn or dusk and get in a dimly lit room (barely able to see yourself)

Fill a large bowl with water and place three candles in triangle formation around the bowl.

Prick your left ring finger and drop 3 drops of blood into the bowl, no more, no less.

Now say " through that which i enter/the same by which i leave/take this offering to/show me that which i must see"
Being a fool by nature and aspiration, I considered making a good natured joke about your game.
However, after careful consultation with my giblets I decided instead to amend my short list of essential survival rules.
Number one will be changed from
'Don't insult the person who cooks your food'
to
'Don't tease Magicians'.

Now i must know, i can take a joke.
If there is any hope, it must lie in the proles..but why the proles, How are they most free to act?

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Re: Favorite Games
« Reply #11 on: December 10, 2017, 02:50:51 PM »
Heres a game my friends and i sometimes play, warning, if you enter with doubt, just abort the game.  If you enter with fear, you may proceed, but buckle up.

Wait until dawn or dusk and get in a dimly lit room (barely able to see yourself)

Fill a large bowl with water and place three candles in triangle formation around the bowl.

Prick your left ring finger and drop 3 drops of blood into the bowl, no more, no less.

Now say " through that which i enter/the same by which i leave/take this offering to/show me that which i must see"
Being a fool by nature and aspiration, I considered making a good natured joke about your game.
However, after careful consultation with my giblets I decided instead to amend my short list of essential survival rules.
Number one will be changed from
'Don't insult the person who cooks your food'
to
'Don't tease Magicians'.

Now i must know, i can take a joke.
Ok Nick, but you asked for it. I would have gone something like this.


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I also thought about commenting on Nicks game. But I often use irony when I communicate. This can be misconstrued to be sarcasm, especially when conveyed in words rather than in person.
I am concerned that Nick or one of his friends might might misunderstand and use a spell to turn
me into something unnatural.
Once I had a girlfriend who turned me into a newt (I got better). But I'm not cross, she was totaly worth it.
Anyway you have more courage than I, and don't tell Nick I said this.
Wait... I'm in PM mode right?

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Re: Favorite Games
« Reply #12 on: December 10, 2017, 03:20:53 PM »
Heres a game my friends and i sometimes play, warning, if you enter with doubt, just abort the game.  If you enter with fear, you may proceed, but buckle up.

Wait until dawn or dusk and get in a dimly lit room (barely able to see yourself)

Fill a large bowl with water and place three candles in triangle formation around the bowl.

Prick your left ring finger and drop 3 drops of blood into the bowl, no more, no less.

Now say " through that which i enter/the same by which i leave/take this offering to/show me that which i must see"
Being a fool by nature and aspiration, I considered making a good natured joke about your game.
However, after careful consultation with my giblets I decided instead to amend my short list of essential survival rules.
Number one will be changed from
'Don't insult the person who cooks your food'
to
'Don't tease Magicians'.

Now i must know, i can take a joke.
Ok Nick, but you asked for it. I would have gone something like this.


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To Undestroyer
I also thought about commenting on Nicks game. But I often use irony when I communicate. This can be misconstrued to be sarcasm, especially when conveyed in words rather than in person.
I am concerned that Nick or one of his friends might might misunderstand and use a spell to turn
me into something unnatural.
Once I had a girlfriend who turned me into a newt (I got better). But I'm not cross, she was totaly worth it.
Anyway you have more courage than I, and don't tell Nick I said this.
Wait... I'm in PM mode right?

funny :)
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