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We all had a fantastic time showing off Go Home Dinosaurs! at this year’s PAX East. People love the game and have had some very complimentary things to say about it:
“…Go Home Dinosaurs is an absolute speculator game to play. The tower defense genre has never been so much fun. “
-Greg Laporte | GamerFitNation
“Go Home Dinosaurs is bringing more of the cutesy charm that Fire Hose debuted with Slam Bolt Scrappers”
-Tony Wilson | FrontTowardsGamer
All of those adorable Compys that you see on that Fire Hose sofa have migrated to PAX EAST!
We are selling them at our booths (663 and 680) for a “I have totally have that in my pocket” amount of $10.00.
You can also WIN A COMPY
This holiday story belongs to yours truly, and it is less of a personal tradition than it is a story of a time honored ritual that I walked into, unknowingly, when I took up a job at the fine dining establishment known as Hillbilly Junction.
I worked as a server at Hillbilly Junction, a combination gas station, gift shop, banquet hall, buffet, steak house, and eatery when I lived in Willow Springs, Missouri. It was a mystifying place and a rather magical time in my life. A time of change, a time of reflection, a time of half off bacon cheeseburgers during any evening shift.
Yeah, that’s me rocking a Hillbilly Junction apron. Hillbillies Holla!
But never was Hillbilly Junction more entertaining than at Christmastime. Right after Thanksgiving, Jani, the manager, would pull out boxes upon boxes from the storage/liquor closet and open them with care.
Dust, and tiny bits of yellowed Scotch tape filled the backroom like an allergen blizzard as Jani went through each box gingerly removing the holiday decorations. There really was a feeling of joy and astonishment as the restaurant, …
Hello Fire Hose friends.
Perhaps on Halloween you stumbled across an article on Kotaku about how you, yes you, can play BioShock Monopoly for free. If you did not see it there you might have seen it on GamesRadar, GamePro, or The Escapist . There are other sites that it is appearing on as well….
As it turns out this board game was not made by a 20 something art student in Canada, as some sources are reporting, but was actually created by your’s truly.
It may be hard to believe but I like BioShock.
This is me, dressed as a Little Sister, holding onto Songbird while standing next to Delta across from Elizabeth.