Post by Anonymousperson5 on Jul 25, 2011 2:32:15 GMT
You sucked hard cuz you got tens every time. Every. Last. Time. Except for times when you got to jail. Then you neer got even numbers. Note: If you get tens evey time, you never land on a property. Nub.
Well, I have been nonja'd. The game is spoiled before you could play it, so now you're playing it knowing that GLaDOS [REDACTED] and that Wheatley eventually [REDACTED]. If that doesn't count, the six minutes runs out before you can [REDACTED].
Post by Fringe Pioneer on Jul 25, 2011 17:03:09 GMT
If they are too weak and poor, what does that say about their ability to perform well as slaves? You may as well enslave slugs or plankton: they would do just as well as your poor, weak people who are too incapable of being slaves.
I am playing a logic game where there are three doors and one guard in front of each door. One of the doors should lead out of the labyrinth I'm in, and the remaining doors should just lead me deeper into the labyrinth. I don't know which door leads to where, or which type of guard has which door, but I know one other thing: one of the guards always tells the truth, one of the guards always lies, and one of the guards stabs people who ask him tricky questions.
Nota Bene: bonus points if why I lose is an allusion to the same source to which this game alludes.