Reblog for history channel
History channel I love you anyways
oh wow they’re all true…
I’m appalled the History channel one didn’t mention aliens anywhere. Aliens or Nostradamus.
and PBS is ur teacher
Food network is your ‘foodie’ trend-hopping cousin with a not-so-secret trashy diner/food truck fixation. Cooking channel is their older sibling who can actually cook, but is kind of insufferable to be around and a bit of an alcoholic.
Seconding that History Channel needed more Aliens and Nostradamus, but also I’m here to add…
For my 3D Spaces class we need to make a “game” (quotes because it doesn’t have to be a game it can just be an interactive environment like Dear Esther) and my idea was to have the player play as a detective who has to solve the murder of a man who died in his own mansion.
And as the player explores the four or so rooms, objects are moved or rearranged when they reenter a previously explored room.
Including a particular “model” skeleton in the lab.
But I’m having a hard time coming up with an ending.
Who’s really the killer? Is it the skeleton? Why did the skeleton murder the old guy? WHY IS A SKELETON MOVING ON ITS OWN HOLY SHIT?
Or it’s someone else, but what’s their story? And why are they messing with the player making them believe a skeleton’s walking around causing trouble?
So many questions… due tomorrow so I’m sure I’ll figure it out five minutes before class starts.
There has only been five female characters comfirmed playable compared to fifteen male characters.
I’m amazed at those exact numbers because 33% is the point where men will start thinking there’s a majority of women in a group.