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- July 21, 2001
- Adam Biltcliffe
- You have two hours to write a game whose title features one or more of the words 'pi', 'theta',
'aleph' and 'parallax'. It must include clunky expository dialogue and make reference to Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft
(the latter possibly in connection with mamster). The cast of heroes and villains should feature at least one of
Alvin the Chipmunk, Jarb the Inventor, Asterix, and June, the stinky lady from down the hall. Locations may
include the moon, a giant gas pipe or the interior of a computer, and the plot should invlove either cell division
or a weather-related disaster. Bonus points for references to tetherball, froot loops, the Jewish Bankers' Conspiracy,
hypercubes, eating paste and/or play-doh, china hutches or Snorks. Bonus prize for anyone who includes graphics
or artistic justification for not doing so. Deadline is 21:15 mudtime. Go!
- See also
- IFWiki: Speed-IF Pi-Theta-Aleph-Parallax