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Crazy stupid love – the big move
For me, Race Week was this week. I wanted to make a specific race even more complicated, which led to me thinking about ridiculous things. So, tell me about your favorite games where you used bad tactics but won due to dumb luck. Alternative question: in a social deduction game, what’s the dumbest way you’ve been tripped up?
4 x 8 Obsession (9 all-time)
7 Diamants (38 all-time)
Room No. 7 (2 all-time)
6 6 catches! (23 all-time)
Fresh! 6 The Boss
Incan Gold / Room 25 / 6 Nimmt! / The Boss – Online The Boss was the only new game; I think I like the concept, but the execution was too long, particularly with people taking their sweet time figuring out what was where. Obsession – A few more matches, this time incorporating all of the expansion content, as well as some promotional material and playing the updated solo mode. On the one hand, I like that the new mode eliminates randomness, but on the other hand, the gameplay feels a little too concentrated on generating money and prestige to do anything else. Overall, I’m enjoying the game enough to want to play it with others, but the solo mode is frustrating. Other -Doctor – All seems to be well and there is nothing to be concerned about in my findings other than the fact that I should be exercising and eating better. I had to juggle a bit to get to the clinic, get my meds, and get my labs done. But that was exciting in the sense that I don’t really go out unless it’s absolutely necessary. Among Us – As previously mentioned, I recently played the game and thought it was perfect, but I believe that because of our setup and the fact that we were mostly beginners, the games favored Imposters, who won every round. I see the appeal, but the social deduction factor makes me want to play ONUW or Avalon instead.
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The OA, like Drake’s “Hotline Bling” before it, has given the world an entirely new collection of dance steps. Perhaps you’ve noticed yourself stretching your arms and fluttering your fingertips. Perhaps you even go so far as to hiss while unfurling your fingers like a flower. Whatever the case may be, The OA’s impressive repertoire of interpretive dance steps, called “The Dances,” are at your disposal if you’re furious, upset, or want to resurrect anyone from the dead. Here’s a short GIF guide to help you practice these moves in front of the mirror before your next séance. Let’s get this party started:
“can you show me some moves?” last dragon
It was a lazy day at the Smash Bros. HQ. Captain Falcon sat in his dressing room, inspecting his GameCube prototype. Falcon’s life had been slow since the first Smash Bros. game. He yanked out the ridiculously tiny disc with urgency, exclaiming, “Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, How did they manage to fit all of my manly beauty into this TINY device?!”
He sulked at the mirror as he swiveled his trendy velvet chair around. He started daydreaming about how Nintendo would eventually understand their error in not including him on the Smash Brothers cover. Naturally, his face would appear on the cover of Melee, and he’d be given a much larger function. After all, his agent had said that he possessed a face capable of sinking a thousand ships! That’s got to be fine. Falcon is no longer a “secret character”! He’d be a PRIMARY CHARACTER! What does he wear for the cover photo shoot, I wonder? For his next project, he may want to go for a sexier pic. Perhaps a new hairstyle…
Cap had just agreed to keep the purple spandex racing suit after choosing not to mess with perfection when the door burst open, causing him to lose the “Sunset Pink” lipstick he had been testing. Who could it possibly be?
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We’re going to learn about engineering skills today. Captain Falcon Spamming his taunt would be a necessary part of any prolonged conversation. A major part of Melee is about showcasing your abilities to the rest of the world. It’s all about technical ability.
“One’s ability to manipulate a controller and generate their desired inputs,” according to the SuperWiki. Simply put, it is the ability to direct the character’s actions. We spoke about how complicated this can be at times last week. Smash Bros. needs a lot of button pressing. I’d like to talk about what some of those specialized methods, or techs, are today.
The first tech expertise is simply referred to as “Tech.” When you take a direct hit from a powerful attack, your character goes into a tumbling animation. You can tech an assault while tumbling if you hardpress the L, Z, or R button within 20 frames (1/3 of a second) of colliding with a wall or floor. This stops you from bouncing and allows you to get back up and ready to fight. If you skip your tech, you will fall down (to the ground), giving your opponent an opportunity to punish you with your getup animations. Strong attacks from the ledge will extend your life significantly.