October 11, 2007
Phlogging By Cameron Pemstein
“Wow! Where did you get to ride a bird that big?” And I follow up with, “Well, this year at the Orange County Fair, they imported this rare African Goose with a 747. No, no, no, the African Goose drafted behind the plane to get to America. The bird was displayed where people
Tuffy: Game Coming Soon (from page 1)
resents a different college, said Akkurt. Paulis said that throughout the game, the players attempt to collect oranges and different departments try to hold you up or help you out. “For example the art department throws paint on you and at the health department Tuffy can get more health,” Paulis said. A few art students helped out with the video game by making a model of the TSU for the club to work with. “They were working on it over the summer. They are very talented,” Paulis said. The club started working on this game in May, Scrivens said. “It should be ready by Oct. 15 because we submitted it to the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, and that’s when the conference takes place.” Students and non-students are encouraged to continue to check on the club’s Web site, csufgc.com, for the game to be available or at their MySpace page, search under Cal State Fullerton video game design club. A new game is planned for next year. The next step the club is working on is to create an installer package for players to be able to download the game. “It’s not a Web game, it’s much more intense,” Akkurt said. Even though the game is fun and creative, it is also a real video game and is meant to be taken seriously. “The game is pretty hard actually, it takes a little while to get used to it,” Akkurt said.
could ride it, but to my dismay, they clipped the wings, so that patrons couldn’t fly the beast […] I have told this story a few times to people who think this actually took place. I mean, really […]? This picture is a combination of two images: one of a goose that I shot at a cemetery and a photo-
graph of me jumping on a bed. Brian Walski, a photographer for The Los Angeles Times, was fired for altering images. I did the same thing. But it’s totally OK when it’s funny and in a photoblog, right? :D Don’t forget: remember me forever.
Published on Feb 3, 2014