It is no secret to my friends that sometimes my cooking can be a bit on the “adventurous” side. Many will still not let me live down the mealworm incident. I may have used Pop-Tarts as an ingredient for cupcakes once. I may have put an entire stick of butter into non-drained ground beef and made grease soup.
In my zeal for a kitchen experience that is all of healthy, tasty, and less boring, I have been unafraid to try many unusual combinations and methodologies. My most recent foray into culinary experimentation has been triggered by the share of fresh produce my housemates and I went together and bought from a local community farm. Every week we get a large pile of vegetables.
The other day myself and my three friends – Steven, Sean, and Nathan – were joyously walking down the street. Suddenly it occurred to us that the number of persons in our party equaled the number of squares in each piece in the game Tetris. As such, we decided to assume a less boring walking formation! Continue reading
The other day my family and I went to Chicago to pick up my sister at the airport. Between Chicago and Indiana there is a giant wind farm, with windmills extending into the horizon in all directions. The sheer number of them makes it a sight to behold. I usually see these windmills during the day, but on this day we were traveling back to Indiana at night, and going back through the wind farm in the dark was one of the most surreal and awe-inspiring sights I’ve witnessed in quite a while.
After 48 hours of marathon programming, I have managed to successfully complete a game in 48 hours! You can play the game here:
Press space to start, and if you need more screen space, it will resize if you go into full screen mode. You can also zoom out with the browser’s zoom feature.
In my last post I wrote that I was in the first stages of creating a video game in 48 hours by participating in the 28th edition of the Ludum Dare contest.
You can play my game at any time by going to lifelessboring.com/ludumdare28!