What I can’t tell, from this trailer, is how much the player is involved in the drawing mechanic.
Love the father/son dynamic in this game.
Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Surf Report.
Imagine spending 40 days and 40 nights with God on Mount Sinai. Your people, whom you’ve led out of Egypt, have given up on you. They’ve decided to build their own god, a golden calf, with the help of your brother. God interrupts your meeting and tells you what the people are doing. They have violated His commandments.
7 Then the Lord said to Moses, “Go down, because your people, whom you brought up out of Egypt, have become corrupt. 8 They have been quick to turn away from what I commanded them and have made themselves an idol cast in the shape of a calf. They have bowed down to it and sacrificed to it and have said, ‘These are your gods, Israel, who brought you up out of Egypt.’
9 “I have seen these people,” the Lord said to Moses, “and they are a stiff-necked people. 10a Now leave me alone so that my anger may burn against them and that I may destroy them.
God then says something that I’ve never noticed before. Notice the rest of verse 10:
10b Then I will make you into a great nation.”
Let’s pause for a moment. God has just said that He is going to destroy the Israelites and make Moses a great nation.
What would you do?
Would you want to be freed from a people who had made your life miserable? Would you tell God, sure, kill them, fulfill your promises in me?
Would you make your case to God for your people?
You can pick up the story here (Exodus 32:11)
Over the weekend, Tabitha and I removed what was left of the handicap ramp off the front porch. I love how every small thing we do makes the house feel more and more like ours.
Wyatt and I have been playing Little Big Planet 3.
Little Big Planet 3 demands that you bring your best platforming skills to the game. Anything less than your best will end in failure.
Wyatt and I played the above boss at least ten times. The first night we got stuck on the boss, we were both tired. Thankfully, I decided to quit that night. Wyatt wasn’t happy about that decision. However, we were able to beat the boss in a quick and efficient manner the next day. Sometimes you gotta know when to quit.
That is it for this weeks Surf Report. Make sure to comment below and have a good week!
“Can you come over and saw my son’s foot out from a chair?”
Sure. Why not?
I grabbed a few tools and we headed out the door.
Arriving at the house, we had no clue what we were about to encounter. But inside was a little boy who had shoved his foot through a wood slated chair. A chair of sturdy construction that was not going to budge.
So I sat down on the floor next to him, and I took off my shoe. Asking the little boy if he could move his foot like I was. Nothing. I figured that if he got his foot into that position he could get it out. Wrong. His ankle had popped past the point of no return. The wood slats wouldn’t budge. Time to find a saw.
Out in the garage, I happened to find a sawzall tucked back behind a plastic container. Perfect!
Walking back into the house, the little boy started crying when he saw the saw in my hands.Trying to help diffuse the situation, I bent down and let him touch the sawzall. It worked!
With his momma holding his covered foot still, I cut through one of the slats. A few moments later, his foot freed, all was well.
Tabitha and I got into car and laughed for a bit afterwards. The entire situation being very surreal. Leave it to a little boy to get his foot wedged in a wooden chair.
I loved Advance Wars back in the day.
The thrill of high speed downhill bike riding combined with the danger of wiping out at anytime. Sounds fantastic! Hoping this game comes to console at some point.
For more, check out Lonely Mountains on Kickstarter.
A few weeks ago, I had the privilege of being interviewed while playing Move or Die with Jeremy Smith. Give it a watch/listen.