And when the aliens saw the new ammo, they packed up their stuff and left earth forever. The end.
3 minutes of a lightning storm compressed to 30 seconds
And it went on like this for over an hour. Sorry about the awful quality, the compression program I used did a poor job and I lost the original raw file.
1920s fashion was a bit different back then
And he wore it like that for the whole damned cut scene.
Twelve 12km eggs because I STILL need a friggin’ Salandit!
It’s been months since Salandit was released in Pokemon GO and I still have yet to hatch one. So I saved up 12 eggs and crossed my fingers!
Spoiler: It ended up better than I expected since I got two! One that can evolve and enough candies to evolve it right away. It was a good day.
2-2, 19 seconds left, let’s finish this!
Got the dancing chicken bug and then this song got stuck in my head
Hopefully it won’t be stuck in your head now
A glance at the Mafia’s torture methods in Mafia II
This radscorpion sucks at burrowing
So I help put him 6 feet underground quite literally.
Just a typical mobile game advertisement
I’m having a hard time filing this one under the gaming videos category but I’m going to anyway. At a quick glance for this farming game, I was intrigued as it maybe looked like Stardew Valley built in 3D. I’m not entirely sure how fun that would be exactly, but it still caught my attention as I do love farming, tycoon style management and city building games. Once I tapped on the ad boy was I surprised. I don’t know anything about the company that developed the game or the game itself, but damn does this sort of deceptive advertising irritate me. Especially for a (what I assume) is going to be a simple *takes big breath* tap-and-wait-or-pay-for-premium-currency-to-speed-it-up-game. Needless to say I never did download it. If you’re a fan of this game, to each their own but I’ll stick to Stardew thanks.
Another hatching spree in Pokemon GO
Saved up incubators and did another 10km/12km hatching spree. With the disappointment from previous batches I did not have my hopes up but was pleasantly surprised by one of them. Eggs were collected in Feb/Mar/Apr of this year.