Choices can be hard for sunscreen
At the end of World War 2. May 5th 1945 (five days after Hitler committed suicide) three Sherman tanks from the 23rd Tank Battalion of the U.S. 12th Armored Division under the command of Capt. John C. ‘Jack’ Lee Jr., liberated Castle Itter. It was a special castle it housed high ranking French Prisoners of War such as ex-prime ministers Paul Reynaud and Eduard Daladier and former commanders-in-chief Generals Maxime Weygand and Paul Gamelin and a tennis star. This would go down as the strangest battle in WWII history as German, French, Austrian and American fought against a German SS Unit. Continue Reading…
So the Steam Holiday sale is running and I just picked up The Stanley Parable game. This is more like a non-game its a Parable. Which as defined from wikipedia is
A parable is a succinct, didactic story, in prose or verse, which illustrates one or more instructive lessons or principles. It differs from a fable in that fables employ animals, plants, inanimate objects, or forces of nature as characters, whereas parables have human characters. A parable is a type of analogy.
You play as Stanley Employee #427 at a company, one day he stops receiving orders to push buttons and that’s how the nongame starts. Your only companion is the narrarator who narrates what your doing as your doing it. That’s about it there’s a bunch of endings depending on what choices you don’t really make because you aren’t really in control the whole time I think?