Friday, 25 March 2011

E14 Exchange

Rob: Did you watch the superbowl?
Brad: No, I didn't. I've inadvertently managed to avoid any football this season. Any good?
Rob: No idea, I just figured you're one of the few mates I've got who would be likely to watch it. I was gonna ask you, to be honest.
Brad: I hear Aguilera screwed her lines up.
Rob: Yeah, she said "Green 42" when she meant "Blue 45". The Running Back is in a coma.

Brad: Right, I'm off. Gonna get an early night for once.
Rob: Ten to one is an early night for you?
Brad: Yeah, I run this website...2am is my normal bedtime these days.
Rob: Jesus.
Brad: Well, I aim for between 1-1:30...but you know how it is.
Rob: Yeah, sadly I do.
Brad: How do you think I get so much done compared to everyone else?
Sure, there's the time machine, but that only works on wrestlers.
Rob: Are you now counted as a wrestler?
Brad: I don't think knowing one move technically labels me a wrestler. Especially seeing as I botched that as well.
Rob: Works for Great Khali.
Brad: Did it twice, hurt myself twice...I'm not risking myself through the Time Gate. Could end up in a parallel dimension where you're the funny one.
Rob: Ah, but your MSN status (“Overrated half of an underrated double act”) betrays you, unless this new project with Omer has gone superbly well very fast.
Brad: As with any co-writing/performing team, people are going to prefer one or the other, but it really bugs me when people think or tell me I'm the better one. You'd think I'd be "yeah, I'm great", but my first reaction is always "Huh? What? But Wade's awesome!"
Rob: I'm a similar way; people tell me you're great, but I think "Huh? What? But Wade's awesome!" Great minds...
Rob: It draws ever closer. Who's in attendance for this one?
Brad: Um...everyone bar Kelly, I think. Liz in?
Rob: She's hoping to be, depends on how productive she is able to be for university this week.
Brad: Girl's too hard on herself.
Rob: She does put a lot of pressure on herself, no doubt, but she turns in good work in the end, and until that technique doesn't work she'll continue doing it. :P
Brad: See, I do that, and I get told I take the site too seriously. It's one rule for them, another rule for us.
Rob: She gets a Masters out of it though, so there's an endgame.
Brad: Fine. One rule for someone working towards something worthwhile that will improve her prospects for the future, another rule for the caffeine dependent man-child with no direction or purpose in his fat, pointless, prematurely balding life.
Rob: Scathingly unfair isn't it?
Brad: I don’t know about these rats I bought. I mean, they say rats are intelligent, but mine haven't beaten me at Scrabble, yet.
Rob: You've had them a week. Give it time.
Brad: To be fair, last night was close.
Rob: What was the word that won it for you?
Brad: Ubiquitous.
Rob: That'd do it. Rats can't recognise 'qu'.

Brad: Fucking Biggs Darklighter at the next Con!
Rob: But...he got killed above Yavin 4...
Brad: No, you misunderstand: I'm fucking Biggs Darklighter at the next Con!
Brad: Hmm. Are challenging wanks ones that require more thought? I mean...wanking over Thatcher would require some serious mental effort, right? More than - say - Nicole Kidman.
Rob: Indeed. I'd do her. Kidman I mean.
Brad: You ever tried a challenging wank?
Rob: Depends on your definition of "challenging". I've had one while expressly thinking about baseball. Does that count?
Brad: : That'
Rob: I like to think of my baseball wanks as 'The Red Sox Diaries'.

Omer: E14 should review boobs.
Brad: I'm up for that.
Omer: Awesome. A reason to look at boobs. We should make it monthly. Weekly. Daily. Streaming updates. Boobs. Boobs14.
Brad: In fact, forget the website.
Brad: Man, the Internet really is the best place for our comedy, isn't it?
Rob: Yeah. By far.

Trapped Dead is a tactical real time strategy game in the tradition of classic evergreens such as Commandos and Desperados. Players control their characters in a 3rd person isometric view through a mature Zombie survival scenario, paying homage and gaining inspiration from the hugely popular Zombie Horror movies of the early 80s.

Our story takes place in the early 80s in a small town named Hedge Hill near Kansas City, Missouri. The sowing of a new genetically modified type of corn caused the existence of a new virus which mutated through the natural food chain. A dog bite of an infected animal caused a local outbreak of the virus which rapidly infected the inhabitants of the idyllic provincial town.

Mike and Gerald, two college boys, are thrown into the middle of a terrifying horror scenario. Having pulled over to a gas station near Hedge Hill during what was meant to be an enjoyable road trip, they are unaware of the virus which has already reached the gas station and its staff...

Thanks to our friends at Iceberg Interactive, we've got three copies of Trapped Dead on DVD to give away! For your chance of winning, send your name and full postal address to before midday on Friday 1st April, making sure to put "Trapped Dead" as the subject. The first three names out of the electronic hat after the competition closes will receive a free copy!

Don't forget to put "Trapped Dead" in the subject line. Incorrectly labelled or blank entries will be discarded.

Trapped Dead is available now, priced £29.99.

Entries limited to one per household. Offer open only to postal addresses in the UK and Ireland.

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