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    louis ck

    It's a good Louis CK special, but miles away from his best material when he was at his peak of confidence. He's lost energy. Some of his narrations are simply too quiet and subdued and he acknowledges he's saying an inappropriate joke too many times. I also don't appreciate the fact that they noticebly upped the volume of the crowd for some reactions. He's still talented as hell, so it works and I laughed, but it felt like he had to use some cheap tricks to make the experience more pumped up as it truly was.
  2. I'm sorry, I'm not able to edit the previous post, somebody please delete it - - here's the correct link:
  3. This was my first true rotoscope. I'm planning to use this figurine for a board game.
  4. Played (and finished) Portal 2 for the first time. A smart game. A lot of times, when I finally found a solution for a puzzle, I thought to myself "Alright, thank god I solved it, but I'm sure a lot of people couldn't", which of course isn't true, but it does make you feel a bit special.
  5. Started playing Pikuniku and finished it in about 4 hours. It's a sweet little game, but it strangely has very little content for the kind of game it is. Also, some transitions and scripted events are done very cheap, especially compared to its awesome physics. Dunno. 6/10.
  6. Hey, I already posted this in the Coronavirus thread a couple of days ago, but it got swept up by the intesity of the thread and since it's a board game, I'll also post it here. Anyway, I came up with a game called Coronaline, which was made out of self-isolation boredom/for eliminating said boredom for as many people as possible. It's fun and simple and you only need a paper, a pencil and 2 marker pens. And a friend in person, even though people also play it over FB Messenger. Check out the simple instructions here: https://imgur.com/a/YqfmPUL
  7. Yo yo, I'm not sure if this belongs in this thread or the "board games" one, but while scratching my balls in my self-isolation, I came up with a simple 2-player game called CORONALINE. You only need a piece of paper, a pencil and 2 marker pens. Check out the simple instructions here: https://imgur.com/a/YqfmPUL
  8. I played through Undertale. Loved it! Now I also know where one of WATMM users got their avatar:
  9. The film should be procedurally generated. Everything else would be sacrilegious.
  10. Gomorrah's best season was the second. I liked the 4th one better than the 3rd, but yeah, the quality has fallen. Still enjoyable.
  11. I felt quite down yesterday, so I made this. Music also by me
  12. Mon-Fri, 9-5, as a digital manager in a record label company. One of the biggest in our country, but keep in mind this is Slovenia, so we still only have 11 people in the firm. I'm not particulary interested in my work or in the artists we have and it's slowly eating away my youth&energy and the money is so-so, but still, you gotta eat so what can you do. On the other hand, I've also started doing music for the theatre in the past year and a half. The money is great, the creativity is great, the process is hard but rewarding. I would love to leave my day-job for this, but I'm to afraid to pull the trigger, because I've only been working with one director for now (4 plays for now) and if things'd get sour between us, I'd be dead.
  13. I read some reviews about Dune and it seems like it's a very involved game that rewards a high player count and involved players that don't shy away from cutthroat gameplay and rules overhead. I myself gravitate towards lighter games lately. I can't over-recommend Wavelenght, which is basically what I love the most about board games: it makes use of imagination of players and it sprawls very interesting conversations. Its premise is very similar to Codenames - there are 2 teams and one person in a team has information that others don't, so he must give them a clue that will guide them towards the correct solution. Tom Vasel described it the best:
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    Where did you get Antkind, since it will be released in July? If the answer's a bit illegal, I'm happy to continue this conversation in DMs!
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