Looks like hours of playing the dumb facebook game paid off. It turns out that there are about six or so cheat codes you can use. To give myself the biggest advantage, I downloaded a program called “AutoHotKey” and wrote a small macro so that whenever I press the numbers “1” and “2” all of the cheat codes are inputted automatically. I was about to get crazy scores of 300,000 - 500,000. Yet, people still fucking beat my score with insane scores of 600,000 - 700,000 despite the fact that it was approaching 5:00 AM. I was even able to make 2nd and 3rd place twice each, but not 1st place. Finally, I decided to plug a mouse into my mom’s laptop so I could get better accuracy. I won on my first attempt with a mouse, with a score of a little over 300,000. I was super happy, and shocked to see that nobody got a ridiculous high score that time. After that, I kept playing the game before heading to bed because I’m a greedy bastard. With all of this said and done, I think I’ll order some pizza right now. It’s never too early for a pie.
The final episode of “Inside,” the social media based film. The ending was extremely corny and it didn’t even wrap anything up. Why was Christina kidnapped in the first place? Do we just not know? If so, that’s the biggest cop-out if I’ve ever seen one. The movie sets you up for disappointment. The producers of the film tried to cover up lack of story and character development with “Omg, you can change the course of the film but not really by posting on facebook herr durr.” What was the deal with the pill that supposedly killed Christina but actually didn’t? What was the kidnapper’s motive/connection to Christina? If there’s anything that Phoenix Wright has taught me is that there’s always a motive. Is the kidnapper now stuck in the same room that Christina was in and yet nobody fucking cares? Will the kidnapper die alone in that room and his corpse rots for eternity? How did SWAT know where Christina was? Don’t tell me the viewers fucking alerted them. They didn’t bother to explain any of this mess. Huge marketing gimmick for Toshiba Satellite that worked, unfortunately. Nobody cares about the movie, it was an advertisement in disguise.
The seventh installment of “Inside,” the social media based film. Finally some serious character development, and a video longer than six minutes. I think the producers have finally won me back over with this movie. It used to take them days and days to post something new, now they’re doing it twice a day. Keep it up.
The fifth installment of “Inside,” the social media based film. Wow, they’re actually starting to crank out more than one episode per day, something they should have done long ago. This one features the winner of the Inside contest, where many applied to appear in the movie to encourage Christina.
The third installment of “Inside,” the social-media based film. I’m definitely tired of watching these 6 minute videos; they’re starting to get repetitive. Also, this “Christina” character is pretty dumb. If I were her, I’d definitely have escaped by now. How hard can it be? She was given a laptop for crying out loud.