Dark Deception may look like a horror game, but it’s actually Pac-Man, the creepiest, freakiest Pac-Man game you’re likely to play.
You’re tasked with roaming the corridors of the maps, collecting all the shards (Pac-Mans dots) to complete the level. This is easier said than done though as it’s much harder to do from a first person perspective than a top-down view. Not knowing where the enemies are means there are some real jump scares as enemies pop out from behind corners just in-front of you.
There is a story to the game, that’s something to do with you playing a cop on the run, but it doesn’t really matter, all you need to know about this game is that it is freaky first person Pac-Man and it’s great.
Inky, Blinky, Pinky and Clyde were never this scary.
Omg holy shit yes
Holy hell this game is so scary but it is so fun. I got to the very last shard and got killed by a monkey right around the corner from it
I lasted 3 seconds.
- citizen: it's a bird!
- citizen: it's a plane!
- *superman flies down with kryptonite between his teeth*
- superman: it's a metaphor
#sansa endures#it’s what she does#she’s tortured day after day and all she can do is smile and thank the people who torture her#all she can do is look straight ahead and will herself not to cry as the horrifying death of her family#of the people she loved#is shoved in her face in more and more grotesque ways#and the fact that after all of that#after all she is made to go through#she can still find it within herself to be kind#that’s the truest sort of strength#that’s a strength few people could barely dream of#it’s sansa’s kindness that defines her#the fact that she can live through what she’s lived through and still look for goodness in people#it’s remarkable (via whoistorule)
So I just found out that to be an astronaut you can’t be under 5’2” and this is BULLSHIT I never wanted to be an astronaut until I found out I couldn’t and now I feel like a dream has been crushed fuck you NASA
i don’t want to live in a world where we can’t launch danny devito into space