Game Jam going good.



This video of the game me and the siblings are making is practically ancient history. at this point. Still, I'mma show it to you so you don't say your uncle Batzarro is of liers. I R the slpey and neid mah Zeas...


Help me out of a jam...a GAME JAM!

You guys are gonna be 2 jelly.
Yes, the 2016 Puerto Rico Gamejam is begun, and I will be there with my brother and sister to kick ass, kick names, and kick bubblegum! I will be updating periodically since I'm not starting this jam with a busted ass phone! So stay tuned to my Twitter account...or else...you'll miss it...temporarilly. You'll you'll probably have to scroll a lot to find the posts about it.

Let's save Interplay!




Intersell


As soon as I heard that Interplay was selling off it's IPs, I got to wondering one thing: What's gonna happen to Wild 9?

Sure, I could see Earthworm Jim being sold for cashmoney to a middle or big sized publisher. Earth Worm Jim isn't gonna be lost forever But what about Wild 9? What about MDK? What about all those other games that didn't have multiple sequels and a cartoon show?


I assume just for his cameo in the PC version of Toshinden is worth half a million.


I don't WANT to wonder. I WONDER when WB is gonna do something with the Ready 2 RumbleThe Grid and  Mace The Dark Age franchises it owns every day. I wonder when Valis is gonna get a new game every night, for the last 9 years.
To be fair, I do can see how the owners of DC, Looney Tunes, Hanna Barbera, Filmation and holders of the license to Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings...would feel a bit incomplete without also owning Dr Muto.

The owners to these IPs bought them, but they don't really HAVE to do anything with them anyway.  And so it could be with the soon to be owners of these games Interplay is selling.

Games like Heart of Darkness.(But I am told this one in particular isn't for sale)

 





Games like like Boogerman.

Games  like Clayfighter.


Games like Carmageddon.



And yes, even friggin' Redneck Rampage.




So I say, instead of speculating about which  company is gonna own and MAAAAYBE use these games, I propose we use crowdfunding to MAKE SURE somebody gets to use this franchise. And that that somebody happens to be EVERYONE IN THE WORLD.

This is the plan: we pool together the money, buy one or more  of these  IP and then release it under a Creative Commons license.  That way, anyone can create a game based on said IP,in any way or shape or form.

But not only a game. You can make a Boogerman Comic, or a Carmageddon Film, should we acquire the rights for the franchise. You can use a song from Clayfighter in your thing. Make an anime from Redneck Rampage: I don't care.
"Shucks , ah shawr dew hope Sempai Itoko will neuteece meh!"

But that would take some money. I mean, I don't know how much some of these is going for, but I can't imagine anything going for less than 10000. So that's the goal I have in my Patreon: Ten thousand dollars to try and buy the rights to any Interplay IP possible.

And remember that it's a bid. Maybe someone REALLY wants to have the rights to Messiah more than us, and is willing to outbid us. So, maybe we'd need amounts of money closer to the millions. I've already got a Patreon set up, so if you wanna help with this, send it there. If you have no money, but want to help, you can always share the link and tell others. I'm gonna be frank: I haven't ever bid on anything and I don't know if you gotta go someplace or something, so any information on that front would be welcome.

If you like the idea, but don't trust me, you are free to get your own Crowdfunding going, maybe towards a specific franchise? I didn't do that, but you could, and I would openly support you. I'm only doing it myself cuz I seem to be the only one who's though of it.

We have to act now, because there may not be another chance. Whoever owns this stuff could very well own it for the rest of your life.

So let's stand together, let's make it happen, let's save Interplay! #SaveInterplay

Nothing to fear but Fur itself

Equality my ass.
They're coming for you...

Catwoman's Cancelled Movie, De-scripted! Part Dos!

Guess who's back? Back again? Captain God is back! Tell your friends! Yes, it's the return of the series 20 years in the making where I go over Catwoman, not as it happened, but as it could have!

Though I deeply regret not having put more graphics on it, I sincerely hope you enjoy it!

So much swimming, to die on the shore




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I'm sorry Lindsay. You turned off the comments to avoid the conspiracy nuts and it was a noble effort. But Youtube just won't let it.


Open letter to Congress







The Fiscal Control Board's congressional task force has sent out a request to see what people think are some of the issues in Puerto Rico that ought to be tackled. Because in Congress, even a task force has it's own  task force, I guess.

Rather than tell them "vayanse al carajo canto de mama bicho hijo de la gran puta pendejo"  and all those raw Puerto Rican feelings I have about it all, I made an orderly letter. It is as follows.



Oh, now. NOW you want to know what we think. You spent months putting P.R.O.M.E.S.A in place, and only in the end do you think that maybe the people who are going to be under this dictatorial board ideated by an enviromental subcomitee might have some insight to this whole thing?

Sigh. Lucky for you, I am a blogger, so I'm already used to doling out words that will never be read, and even if read won't be heeded. Here's some things that could boost our economy. So instead of wasting time telling you what you are, here's some key areas to boost the economy.

The 936 laws that were removed basically killed our economy. So the most obvious thing to do is put them(or something similar) back in place.
The Marine Merchant laws that used to apply to Puerto Rico but suddenly didn't, could also be changed.

The single public electric company's corruption somehow bankrupted a monopoly. The high cost of power in the island is one of the things that makes having a business harder.  The sad truth is it must be opened to competition.

Tourism is a potential revenue source for the island, but currently  the island's tourism is centered in the island's capital San Juan, when there's plenty to see in the rest of the island. De-centralize tourism. This should have been  done years ago, but it wasn't.

Corruption is certainly an issue, as I'm sure some others will tell you. Cronyism, contracts to friends in government, divertion of public funds, and other nastinesses has permeated the local government and become basically acceptable. While I don't believe the Fiscal Control Board is here to do that, It IS something that should be changed.

The island's political status is at the heart of it all. While the local parties all have wild dreams of the benefits of state hood and independence, it is undeniable that being yoked by congress is the source of the major problems in Puerto Rico's economy and government. To be, or not to be, is the question.

So there you have it.

P.R.O.M.E.S.A. has killed all my faith in America. You moved us from 2nd class citizens to third class citizens. It attempts to solve problems that are rooted in colonialism with more colonialism. You hurt us. This hurts.

In a few years we will see what an unnacountable group of people can do for an island they know nothing about. Some of them may even be chosen by Mr Celebrity Apprentice! And in those days, if any of you is capable of feeling shame, you should apologize.


You too, can tell Congress to suck your bicho here.

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