Just a minor curiosity of which moral dilemmas give you a hard time and which ones don't. I think one of the best examples of where I stand was illustrated in Batman - The Dark Knight:
The Joker had bombs set up in two ships. One ship was full of criminals. Another ship was full of normal passengers. Both ships were given a remote detonator for the other ship (so the passenger ship had the detonator for the criminal ship and vice versa). They had until midnight to detonate the other ship or else both ships explode. Finally, one big, intimidating criminal took the detonator. When asked "what are you gonna do?", he answered, "What you all shou
So many of us have played the old Sonic games. But I have some questions for you all concerning them;
1) Did you ever wonder about things in the levels/world that you could never learn by playing the game? For example: "I see skyscrapers in the background. I wonder who lives there..." or "Why is there a place full of springs to bounce off of? Did some rich man have an obsession with springs?" or, as a friend of mine pointed out, "If this was a realistic highway, then obviously it would not be made out of constant loops, drops, and inaccessible platforms."
2) Where there things you wished you saw or options you wished were there when you pla
Hi there, everyone. A friend of mine ~lizstaley (https://www.deviantart.com/lizstaley) is trying to get a kickstarter going and is about 1/3rd of the way there. I'd like to ask that if you all could, let your friends know and tell them to let their friends know and so on.
And if you wanna see the journal she posted on the topic, go here:
Anyways, please help. Either spread the word about it, or donate! Either will be highly appreciated! Thanks!