Incidentally, the best text adventure I think I played was "Trinity," which was a weirdly lyrical fantasia on nuclear apocalypse and probably still one of the best story games ever written, despite being largely lost to the mists of time.
I can think of a text adventure or two that scared me, but I didn't really play most home video games, despite being fascinated by them (and technically in the industry for a while). I'm less of a game player than a giant fluffy game theorist.
Sitting in front of my computer in the ~50 minutes I have between "showered and have coffee" and "time to leave for work," and realizing I have nothing I *need* to work on right now. I'm simultaneously relaxed and a little at a loss.
I don't normally mention people deleting (or making) pledges on my Patreon, but somebody deleted their pledge literally two days before the last section of a 15-part serial goes up? "Nah, I'm good on the cliffhanger." ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
This would probably be the perfect time to promote my novel with the giant rabbit girlfriend in it if I had the book ready, huh? I may have to gently poke the cover artist, and also the author who hasn't done a second editing pass. (The author is me)
Your giant bunny girlfriend stretches out on the couch, overflowing it, and asks whether you have a paw fetish. "No," you say cautiously. "Let's see if we can fix that!" she giggles, planting a paw as tall as you are in your lap.
Hmm. When I came in here two and a half hours ago I was the only customer—now there are two dozen. Probably time to close out and get food, as I'm not invested in the football game. (Confession: I am never invested in a football game.)
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