December 3, 2015

On the suspicious difficulty of mobile games...


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  1. I watch my wife playing, and told her, "It's not a real game, you know. It's just random colored things bopping around no matter what you do. Like a kid's Fisher Price telephone." So far she doesn't believe me, but one day...

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  2. I think he's on to something

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  3. he knows something everyone who plays it denies

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  4. The question is: is it worth the money? Not for me, but if it is for you, go for it.

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  5. Now I'm currently working on a Fisher Price telephone game for adults...

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