So I’m doing that thing where you make a list of your favourite games ever. A doomed attempt at justification follows.
Last week, Canonical set what must be a new world record for sheer gumption when they announced a new crowdfunded project with a 32 million dollar target. 32 million dollars! That comes close to the GDP of Tuvalu. Just think of all the jellied eels you could buy with that. And all for a phone – because what the world really needs is another smartphone, right?
But I really, really want this phone to happen.
So there I was, lazily browsing the news feed of the most excellent RGCD, when I happened upon an item mentioning a game called Bruce Lee II. “Bruce Lee II?”, the voice in my head queried. “Could it be that someone’s made a fan sequel to the 1984 Datasoft game? The game regarded by many as an all-time classic, not least by me? And by me I mean you?” And it was true! I do regard Bruce Lee as an all-time classic, and this was indeed an unofficial sequel to said game. I donned my investigating hat and probed further.
To the Kickstarters! I have childhood memories that need to be stimulated in a not-entirely-unsexual-way!
I was rummaging through my Humble Store keys yesterday and noticed a nice surprise.
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