Valhalla Awaits!!!
October 21, 2008

A = Airlock

Another letter down and, in the process, I earned a new Felix Achievement Level. You see, every once in a while, Felix gives me a challenge (sometimes with a horrid threat enclosed with said challenge to keep me on task) and he recently gave me one to write a review for an Atari 2600 game. So, here it is. Dredged up a lot of bad memories, it did.

As a fun side note for me, I was looking up the correct spelling for the plural of torpedo because I couldn't remember if it was "s" or "es", so I typed in "torpedo dictionary" into Google and one of the first results I got was for a site called sex-lexis.com with the term "playing tag with the pink torpedo", which is used for male masturbation. After "self-reprimanding" myself for making a comment about such a horrid act on this site, I have to admit, getting this as part of my search made me laugh.

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Felix_Arabia Felix_Arabia - October 21, 2008 (10:30 PM)
Good work, Rob, though I'm marginally disappointed that you didn't include any prose over how your avatar in Airlock sounds like he's on a perpetual static buzz when he scoots around the sub.
overdrive overdrive - October 21, 2008 (10:46 PM)
Mainly because it's been so long since I've played that game that I could only remember that the running around sound effect was annoying to the "mute TV" level, but not how it was annoying. But now that you mentioned it, I can actually hear that sound in my head right now.

I really can't thank you for that....
Felix_Arabia Felix_Arabia - October 21, 2008 (11:06 PM)
It's certainly one of the most memorable sound effects ever, though not for a good reason.

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