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Old 04-08-2010, 10:26 AM   #31 (permalink)
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Imagine if they made a game called SWS - Emulator

The concept would be that you are playing a virtual Sean William-Scott in his day to day life. You know the guy, he is famous for classic films such as American Pie 1, 2, 3, Dude, wheres my car?, and Jay & Silent Bob.

I don't know what the sole aim of the game will be at this stage but I imagine that you basically have to complete daily tasks without letting you c*nt meter overflow.

The C*nt meter can be filled by accidentally barging into people, auditioning for serious parts, public urinating or acting like Stiffmeister at any circumstance. Once the C*nt gauge is filled the game ends by forcing you to make another Christmas movie with Tim Allen.

Bonus games and other tasks can give you the opportunity to lower your C*unt meter. This would include kicking 7 shades of sh*t out of Jason Biggs in a Streetfighter style sub-game with special moves and combos or successfully managing to drown that annoying chick from Hostel in a motel bathroom using only the sink.

I have no idea why I posted this and for your information I have no idea how much I have smoked already today.
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Imagine if they made a game called SWS - Emulator

The concept would be that you are playing a virtual Sean William-Scott in his day to day life. You know the guy, he is famous for classic films such as American Pie 1, 2, 3, Dude, wheres my car?, and Jay & Silent Bob.

I don't know what the sole aim of the game will be at this stage but I imagine that you basically have to complete daily tasks without letting you c*nt meter overflow.

The C*nt meter can be filled by accidentally barging into people, auditioning for serious parts, public urinating or acting like Stiffmeister at any circumstance. Once the C*nt gauge is filled the game ends by forcing you to make another Christmas movie with Tim Allen.

Bonus games and other tasks can give you the opportunity to lower your C*unt meter. This would include kicking 7 shades of sh*t out of Jason Biggs in a Streetfighter style sub-game with special moves and combos or successfully managing to drown that annoying chick from Hostel in a motel bathroom using only the sink.

I have no idea why I posted this and for your information I have no idea how much I have smoked already today.
dood, i think you smoking a little too much has gave me the idea of a "cashcow"..... YAY/o/
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Super Mario and Duckhunt. After that... I got Alpha Mission.
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I think the first video game I played was on the Commodore 64, and it was called Leaderboard Golf... Since then I have played many games on other consoles many of which I own today...
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My first video game console was the Atari 2600. (I'm not old enough to have owned one by myself, but I'm old enough to have played on my parents' console!) I can't remember which game was my first, but I certainly remember their large library of games. Which games were my favorites, of course, changed over time, but "Pitfall" was always at or near the top of the list.

In addition, I played games on some very old computers - Sinclair ZX-81 (the flight simulator still gives me nightmares), Sinclair QL, Commodore 64, and Apple II.
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