I See You
A friend of mine surprised me the other day with his hidden talent for game design. Using Game Maker Studio, Bryce Maciel developed a unique horror experience that stands out among the monotone belch of current generation game design. I See You is an unsettling foray into a dark hospital where the player is stalked by an unnamed assailant, and shadows of nightmarish beings. The stalker communicates with you from the start using pop-up notifications that act as an eerie and disturbing tutorial in this solitary hell. The atmosphere is comparative to being home alone and finding out that an intruder has been watching and leaving notes to inform you of his malicious intent. However this is not your home, and you’re wearing out your welcome as the hospital evolves grotesquely the deeper you wander in its’ macabre architecture.
Should you turn and run? Or delve deeper into the confines of a foreboding establishment? You can make the decision yourself by downloading the executable here on gamejolt.
liking someone who is already in a relationship
Liking someone who likes you back, but they’re already in a relationship
Liking someone who doesn’t like you back
Liking someone who doesn’t exist.
this easily became the best thing on tumblr
Here’s a look at what those stains are trying to tell you.
If the victim was on the move, drops hit at an angle. The more oblique the impact, the longer the drop’s tail. The head points in the direction the person was traveling.2 High VelocityMisty, diffuse spatter is created by external force greater than 100 feet per second — which usually means a gunshot, an explosion, or (seriously) a sneeze.3 Hair ImpactA traumatic impact between head and surface tends to leave a stain with feathered edges, like someone squished a loaded paintbrush against the wall.
4 Hair Swipe
If the smear fades out in one direction, the head was likely bloody before contact. The lightest edge of the swipe points in the direction the head was traveling.
5 Fabric Swipe
More fluid than hair swipes, these stains sometimes display the imprint of the bloodied clothing. T-shirt weaves are often the easiest patterns to decipher.
Good reference for writers.
What is it about writing that makes us look like serial killers?
School: teaches you how to tell apart angles on a triangle
Tumblr: teaches you how to tell apart blood stains
Which one is going to be more useful in life?
John. Recognize that this is so obviously a plot on Sherlock’s part to get your hands on him.
Why is John wearing two different jackets? Really? They missed that?
Oh and yes, Sherlock loves you, kthxbye.
will probably reblog this for the rest of forever
If I don’t reblog this, I must be dead. Yep, still living.
I was playing bad cop
Misha thought he was playing a demon when he auditioned for the role of Castiel. And a fan asked if he could show the audience how he had played a demon at the audition. -At NJ con 2009