Posted: January 17
It's colorful, it's stylish, it has a wonderful way with words, and it also likes long walks on the beach. Long walks filled with random stones, meteors, bouncing cubes of Jell-O, walking trampolines and what I swear to God looks like evil air-conditioning units.
Just one play session later, and you'll hate Jell-O. You'll ask yourself, "Where does that one reddish-orange Jell-O blob come from? Why does it come without warning and why from the sky? Do you hate me, God? Do you?" And in return, you get hit, and you start your walk over. And over. And over. And you swear each time that that skyward Jell-O hits you, you never saw it coming.
You didn't ask for this. You never did, and never will. Pretty soon, you rage quit the game and yet the world around you keeps moving to the left. The game never stops. All you think is... Why? How? You may have left the game, but the game never left you.
Despite your blatant hatred of the game, the obstacles you forget lie ahead, and the slow reaction time between your eyes and your fingers, you sit back down, hold back your tears, and turn on the game once again. "Just one more time..."
For as many faults as this game has - you still find it fun. And that's what counts.