Star Wars is everything, everything is Star Wars

This guy does custom Star Wars figures in various genres–some of them influences on the first film, and some not. A couple of them were commissioned by comedian Patton Oswald. He also has short descriptions of what each character does in the new genre. They all seem to work–whether that’s because Star Wars draws on universal myths, or because I grew up with movies that were ripping off Star Wars, is up to you.

Testing Gigacrawler again.

So I fixed Twine, and added some more areas to the game.

This time my character is a citizen of the repeating city of Black Creek, Wyoming, from the year 1880.

Agility: 13
Charisma: 10
Intelligence: 7
Willpower: 8
Physique: 10

Technology: 6
Magic: 1

Bit soft in the head, but quick on the draw.

I try to find work, but have to beg instead. A passing scientist asks if I want to take part in an experiment, and I accept. I survive the experiment, but accept a pair of spring-loaded shoes in lieu of the promised payment.

Then I try to burgle a house using the shoes. Unsurprisingly, given my unfamiliarity with technology, I set the shoes wrongly and they launch me high into the air. Normally this would take me to another city, but I haven’t programmed this part of the game yet.

I’m going to try to do some more on My Name Is John Carter for the next little while, but after that I think I’ll get a lot done: I think I’ve worked out all the problems with Twine, so most of the rest should be just a matter of typing it in.