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My Applications


                            Angry Gran

                    
Arcade style game where you must whack your enemies and 
their hidey places in order get cash to fund your growing
arsenal.

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                 Angry Gran: Global Assault

                    
A spin off from the original Angry Gran with two new game 
modes: World Travel and Zombie Mode, Facebook integration,
costumes, a host of new weapons and customisable faces.

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                         Clowning Around

                    

A physics puzzler where the aim of the game is to get each of
the clowns in to the corresponding coloured barrels using a 
variety of contraptions such as cannons, trampolines, and
teleporters.

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                            Top Truck

                    

Truck based carnage in three varied settings. Collect pickups
and smash cars to keep the crowd happy!

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                          Ace Defense

                    

A tower defence game set in a military environment

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answered Verbally differentiating between “prince's” and “princess”
Oct
18
comment The Largest is White Bears
Can you provide context? What is the presentation about?
Oct
18
answered What would you call a person who shares every thought they have?
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Aug
30
awarded  Notable Question
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
May
30
awarded  Yearling
Apr
2
comment Using “and” to end a list with an “and” phrase
I don't see a problem with this example. The "human and social" I read as a compound. A similar sentence might be: "Do you want mustard, mayo and salt and pepper with that?"
Apr
2
comment Using “and” to end a list with an “and” phrase
... if there's a standard rule. This is English; we don't have rules, just patterns. Patterns that are frequently ignored and change rapidly.
Apr
2
comment comma before “if you will”?
Do you have some examples please?
Apr
2
comment Is my sentence a run-on?
I'm not sure if it'd still make sense, but I'd consider moving the "under the assumption.." clause to the start.
Apr
2
comment Is my sentence a run-on?
For the right audience it's probably fine. A little bit long perhaps, but not too long. However as a layman in whatever topic that is, I found it a difficult read anyway.
Apr
2
comment Answering a negative question with one word
Some "positive" questions do sound a little unusual to me though. "You like eggs, don't you?" wouldn't sound right as "You like eggs, do you?" (Though I could just ask "Do you like eggs?")
Apr
2
comment Answering a negative question with one word
I just try not to ask negative questions. In your example, I'd ask: "Do you want to go to the movies then?" The "then", tone of voice and stress on "Do" overall gives the same effect.
Mar
27
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
16
revised Confused by the British having “dinner” in the afternoon” and “tea” in the evening
added 2 characters in body
Jan
4
comment “The title of Bachelor of Engineering” vs “the title Bachelor of Engineering”
I can't agree with this. It doesn't "sound right" and I'd consider it a worse suggestion than either of the two the OP posed.
Dec
20
comment Single word describing a person who has an obligation
Can you give us a sentence in context please?
Dec
18
comment Winter — wintry; summer — summery; spring — ?; autumn — ?
+1 I like this mostly because I learned that there is an opposite to hibernation and some animals sleep when it's hot!
Dec
13
comment Comparative or superlative use of the word “far”
i.e. I threw the ball farther to further my skills.