There used to be a gameshow on TV in the UK like that called Call my Bluff. It ran for a very long time, but I don't think it's still being made. It consisted of two teams of three players. An obscure English word would be shown and each member of one team would have to give a detailed definition of what the word meant. Each of the three members would give completely different means. The other team would then have to guess which meaning was correct and which two were bluffing.
If you haven't played a classic game in years, it's never too late to start!
Hehe.. I agree, Teho, the game actually sounds pretty fun. I would for sure have loved playing that. Torsk can be quite tasty if cooked the right way.
We should do it on here. Of course when you come up with a word people aren't allowed to look it up in the dictionary or online. It would be sweet
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If I was responsible for the final cover I would have been well impressed, as I have no artistic talent myself.
Here is what was released:
And here is what could have been. Has a more epic feel to it:
Also found this low res one that might of been another candidate, but still prefer the middle picture.
I also prefer the middle Homeworld 2 cover, but all in all, the 3 of them are not bad.
To be honest I found Homeworld 2 in general a disappointment, the control scheme was good but Homeworld Cataclysm showed that it could be done long before HW2 was a glimpse in the eyes of the developers.
Regarding story, compared to the Space Opera Homeworld I found it a major disappointment and I hated the stuff such as magical hyperdrive cores that give people connected to it longlivity.
People tend to badmouth Homeworld Cataclysm because the story sounded a little Star Trek esque but it was fun compared to Homeworld 2 during which I really had moments of "Man this is boring", having to finish 'filler' missions in the hope something good came after it.
Earth is like a 24 hour, Seven days a week Stupidity contest which has been running for centuries.
And every time they are ready to pronounce a winner, a new contender appears on the scene.
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He has seen half the universe who has not seen the house of pain (Ralph Waldo)