The good, the bad, the hard

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The good:
The neighbour in the next block appears to be back. Lights have been on and off in different combinations over the past 24 hours.

The bad:
Fire-safteying the building looks like it'll cost us $3000-$5000 *per flat* !!

The hard:
Computer games. Steve brought the Star Wars lego game over and he and James were playing it. But it's like you have to know that if you happen to do a double jump in the right position on top of a bunch of other lego, you'll see some bits of lego floating just above you that you can grab to build something later. Like wtf? I just don't get computer games. Anything more complicated than tetris or shoot-anything-that-moves and I'm totally lost.


Dave2 said:

That's the fun part about the Lego Star Wars game... you have to wait until you unlock other characters so you can go back to get some of the things you couldn't reach before. Sometimes you need to be Jar Jar to super-jump. Sometimes you need to be "little" Boba Fett to fit in small places. Sometimes you need to be R2-D2 to fly. It's all a big puzzle that's fun to figure out.

May 5, 2005 12:00 AM


Aurelius said:

Star Wars, and Lego.
Ah, it's kind of like someone sat around thinking "How can we combine cool stuff and get geeks hooked?"
Ah, Star Wars and Lego......

May 5, 2005 9:16 AM


kazza said:

hrrm, my problem is, if I can't see it, I don't even think to look for it. If it's not laid out before me somehow, I'm not likely to find it.

May 5, 2005 11:45 AM


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