Last night, a friend of my parents asked me a couple questions about astronomy (since I'm the nerd of the family) during a New Years Eve dinner. We were talking about how, when we look out at the stars, we're seeing them as they were in the past (a star 300 light years away looks like it did 300...
The 10-woompa fruit box hidden above the two 10-fruit boxes in the bonus area? It was YEARS before I found that!
EDIT: On topic: The flying bear suit you found in the fourth world in Super Mario Bros 3 can turn you into a statue if you press down. I never realized that while playing.
You know how the astronomers decided to reclassify Pluto, so that it was no longer a planet? You know the uproar that caused?
I'm guessing the biologists looked at that incident and thought, "I want to be yelled at by angry people like that!"
I would love a new Jurassic Park game, but a quick-time event starring Sarah Harding? Sounds horrible. She was annoying enough in the movie.
Am I the only one who thinks this sounds like a browser-based flash-game? Dodge the dinosaurs, free/squish the annoying future biologist.
...So I write a post to correct someone else's cheats, and forgot to check my own? Poetic.
You're right, of course. WhosYourDaddy was the invincibility cheat. AllYourBaseAreBelongToUs was the "instant win"-cheat.
Thanks for the correction.
"ilovemonkeybutt" is not a cheatcode in Age of Empires 2.
"How do you turn this on" produces a car (with machine guns), "i love the monkey head" produces a fast, monkey-headed scout.
The car with the bazooka-wielding driver is from Age of Empires 1, and the cheat code used to make him is...