But you’re not me.
You sure about that? All I’m saying is no one has ever seen both of us in the same room….
You have no idea what you’re doing and, as a result, a completely cavalier attitude to these matters.
Which is just what I need.
Ah, now the strange namedrop in your Goop story makes sense. But monologuing about it before executing your genius evil plan? Did you grow a waxed mustache to twirl during lock-up or something?
So, do me a favour, please: download, install, play them and then let me know:
Yeah, can’t do angel. Both games you picked are prototypes. While I might be I persuaded to play an open-access beta, as was the case with They Are Billions, I don’t touch prototypes — those are a sure way to crash your computer.
And when it does I won’t be able to tell if it’s a rootkit infection or a ransomware attack or just plain bad coding, because obviously I don’t know what I’m doing.
Hey, if you want a little disturbing, slow descent to insanity point and click, have you played Horns of Fear? It’s not bad at all.