@#8-At the time I also thought they looked like Sea Horses too.
Where is TR2N?
Come on fhwdgads, I see you jockin’ me. Playin’ like U NO ME!
Now I’m wondering what the programs we use today look like inside the computer like they did in TRON. I don’t think any of the software on this machine would look like Bruce Boxleitner. I’m confident nothing in Windows would be any good on a light cycle.
It still can!
for the open source awesomeness
I was hoping my house would look more like Adventure.
You know, various dragons, swords, bridges and other implements you can carry around, darkened rooms, microdots, and some guys name written behind one of the walls.
When reading that last bit, completely subconsciously, my brain interpreted 2009 as twenty oh nine. The future is here!
Let’s all sneak into Rob’s house and paint it up TRON style when he’s out of town.
This is quite possibly the last piece of gaming literature to use the traditional definition of awesome. Threw me for a loop initially.
@ #3 – I think you meant to say “various ducks>/i>, swords,…”
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