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March 11, 2008
4 (2 to throw and 2 to dodge)
To dodge the potato
Fake Potato (For Extreme Potathrow use a real spud)
Understanding or absent housemates
The 2 throwers stand at either end of the corridor.
The 2 dodgers run around like headless chickens in the middle, and try to dodge the potato that is being thrown by the throwers.
When you get hit, you must obey the following handicaps:
Hit 1 - 1 hand must touch a wall at all times
Hit 2 - 2 hands must touch the same wall at all times
Hit 3 - 1 hand must touch each wall at all times
Hit 4 - As hit 3, but 1 foot must also touch a wall at all times
Hit 5 - YOU LOSE!
Once there is a winner, the throwers and dodgers swap, so you end up with 2 contenders for the final
The game is repeated as a Grand Showdown, which is normally more violent, as the throwers remember one of the dodgers chucking a surprisingly hard potato at them.
ChrisPy vs Chris - ChrisPy won
Eddie vs JoJo - Eddie won
ChrisPy vs Eddie - ChrisPy won
Fun game for all the family, apart from those with asthma, those under 5, and those with Potato-Phobia
January 18, 2007
Writing about web page http://gh.ffshrine.org/soundtracks.php?r=32081
Video Game Music and Soundtrack Downloads at Galbadia Hotel
warning: incredibly geeky entry follows…..
I think I have just found my dream website. Ever played a game and really loved the soundtrack, if it be an epic orchestral score or just some cheap dodgy techno.?
Well until now, it seemed nigh on impossible without doing some home recording or searching in obscure places to get hold of any mp3’s of these delights…...
Anyway, it was only the other night whilst browsing some very geeky forums that I came across this gem.
It seems that this website seems to have every single soundtrack from a video game in the last ten years. The best part being, from what I can tell – most have probably never previously been released before, thus hopefully avoiding any guilt in listening to fantastic scores.