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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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comment Is “barge in” a cool way of saying “come in”?
Is it possible you are confusing the meaning with the informal "Budge up". It doesn't quite make sense in your context, but it is similar and has the informal tone you're looking for.
3h
answered Neither do I vs I don't either
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comment What is the American word for 'tea-towel'?
Oh that's confusing to me as a BrEng speaker! Kitchen towel or kitchen roll is the disposable paper stuff. I love how many subtle differences there are between BrEng and AmEng!
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answered Gone are the days
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revised Which is the more appropriate word to use “stupidity” or “idiocy” in a medical context
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revised Which is the more appropriate word to use “stupidity” or “idiocy” in a medical context
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comment Silent letters in English
I was just surprised to find that I pronounced those letters, I hadn't really noticed or thought about silent "d"s before.
Nov
20
answered Which is the more appropriate word to use “stupidity” or “idiocy” in a medical context
Nov
20
comment Which is the more appropriate word to use “stupidity” or “idiocy” in a medical context
However, this is an obsolete term.
Nov
20
comment Silent letters in English
Huh, as a Northern BrEng speaker, I pronounce all of the 'd's in your 'd' example.
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answered Verbally differentiating between “prince's” and “princess”
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answered What would you call a person who shares every thought they have?
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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
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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.