I would like to know if you have integrated some sentences from TWP into your life. For example do you use the term “the signals are strong tonight” regularly? Or do you add a “-a-reno” to some words?
Or has TWP changed your life in a more dramatic way? For example are you starting a discussion about the toilet paper orientation on parties? Or are you searching for specs of dust (maybe because you see them everywhere)?
Well, first of all it’s still keeping me busy with the dubbing thing, refreshing my love for acting. I agreed to read a couple of fairy tales at my daughter’s school just because I loved the idea of acting again in front of someone (the kids were very happy about my performance).
Secondly, it gave new life to my interest in making adventure games (oh, if only @RonGilbert released the TWP Engine…). But this will remain on the side until we finish the dubbing project.
And… well, it made me meet @Ema and @ZakPhoenixMcKracken. It was the first time in ten years that I met someone I only knew online, so it made me feel young again. Looking forward to meet other forumers too
And I have never spent so much time talking to complete strangers before. And after a year, I’m still hanging out here… so
y’all, you guys and gals!
(some more than others -you know who you are- but let’s not get OT)
The only squirrel I know is interested in peanuts, not games. : ) Anyway, I’m sure it’s easy for you, if you’re into that kind of stuff, but for someone who’s just into game design this is a whole new world to explore.
TWP has given me the opportunity to meet Ron Gilbert in person, one of the two persons I wanted to meet in my life, and for me absolutely impossible to meet.
The other person I would like to meet is David Fox
TWP has given me chance to appreciate Pixel art… I could talk to Ron (Although not in person)
I could talk to such awesome people in this Forum. Me and my sister always keep saying ‘Nice name for a town!’ when we visit a new town. And I have kept the Hotel Elevator music as my phone’s ringtone. TWP has introduced me to many old games like The Monkey Island and Maniac Mansion…etc.