An Infinite Number of Parallel Universes by Randy RibayAs their senior year approaches, four diverse friends joined by their weekly Dungeons & Dragons game struggle to figure out real life. Archies trying to cope with the lingering effects of his parents divorce, Maris considering an opportunity to contact her biological mother, Dantes working up the courage to come out to his friends, and Sams clinging to a failing relationship. The four eventually embark on a cross-country road trip in an attempt to solve--or to avoid--their problems.
Told in the narrative style of Akira Kurosawas RASHOMAN, AN INFINITE NUMBER OF PARALLEL UNIVERSES is at turns geeky, funny, and lyrical as it tells a story about that time in life when friends need each other to become more than just people that hang out.
Earlier this week, an infamous Super Mario 64 trick discovered last year was finally accomplished on actual N64 hardware with the help of a bot that worked for over thirteen hours. At the time, the trick was theoretical: attempting it on a console would crash the game. It required traveling a certain way through the level. This path only worked in an emulator. A new route has allowed a bot to finally complete it. The A button challenge, as some of you know, is a self imposed gameplay restriction that tries to complete the game pressing the A button as little as possible. The answer is speed.
App Store. Google Play. BakiDude 28 jul How many people have even seen this meme? Tanasinn 28 jul
super mario, mario 64, speedrunning, tj henry yoshi, 12 hours, qpa, bababooey, scuttlebug jamboree, half a press, joao mostarda, tj yoshi. The same day as its release, the video was posted on /v/, where some users quickly picked up the parallel universes quote.
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I love Panenkoek. This video spawned my favorite meme in recent history and I fully enjoyed the meme AND the source content immensely. I see this as just one more reason I hold great respect for speedrunners. Once you know how things work, you can break it in extraordinary ways to your benefit. He starts to explain this around minutes in if you want more details on that, and he does a pretty dang good job at it.
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