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Author: randxian
Posted: February 02, 2010 (09:09 PM)
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Noah piling animals like a triple-decker sandwich

I literally laughed out loud for a few moments after reading this. Once again, you've managed to write a professional looking review with plenty of useful information about an obscure game.


I CAN HAS CHEEZBURGER?


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Author: aschultz
Posted: February 05, 2010 (05:19 PM)
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I missed this. Thanks. I had that line in my head after playing Noah's Ark & trying to review it and failing. Though there's the worry a line like that may feel too forced.

Your review this week was more than okay too.


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I said 'I'm the one in the middle, you lousy drunk!'
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