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Author: overdrive (Mod)
Posted: December 30, 2008 (02:55 PM)
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For some strange reason, I am feeling a bit of compulsion to play this game at some point. I think it is because of how utterly happy that seal looks in those screenshots. The joy that dominates his face.

What kind of strapping man kind of guy could ever resist the urge to control a cute, happy seal? If there is one, I never want to meet him lest my rage at his blasphemy lead me into doing something I'd regret later.

Just look at that second picture. The one with the little mole in the cave. Just imagine what they might be saying to each other!

SEAL: I'm so happy, Mr. Mole! I'm just the happiest seal in the world!
MOLE: do know this is a cave, dude? There's no water here, nor tasty fish to eat. Why are you so happy? Stay here too long and you'll starve to death.
SEAL: That's not worth worrying about, Mr. Mole! No one would expect a seal to be in a cave, so here, I don't have to worry about big, bad hunters trying to club me! And that makes me happy!
MOLE: Uhhh.....can't argue with that logic....I guess.....

Once, I thought I'd never love again. I was wrong.

I'm not afraid to die because I am invincible
Viva la muerte, that's my goddamn principle

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Posted: December 31, 2008 (12:45 PM)
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Thank you for the comments for both games, good friend. You would like this game I think! I'm glad you have learned to love again.

It's like jazz music born from the souls of men!

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