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Average rating: 2.50 · 2 ratings · 0 reviews · 2 distinct works · Similar authors
Lightning: a Machine of Dea...
2.5 of 5 stars 2.50 avg rating — 2 ratings — published 2012
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Your Only Shiny Thing
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Ken Baumann
“The Runaway Five's obvious influence is The Blues Brothers. During localization, their black and white suits were made more colorful to avoid legal action from Universal Pictures or the film's producers. When I told my wife Aviva about this, she admitted she had never seen The Blues Brothers film. Having grown up on a steady diet of Saturday Night Live-spawned movies, I told her that her innocence here was blasphemous. That night, we marveled together at James Brown's hair.”
Ken Baumann, EarthBound

Ken Baumann
“If we were to take EarthBound's early hours as material evidence of Shigesato Itoi's impressions of American culture, we would have to consider cruel parents, small-town gangs, abusive cops, weak-willed politicians, usurious property owners, and murderous religious cults as the case.

This does not seem inaccurate.”
Ken Baumann, EarthBound

Anna Anthropy
“Artifacts of a time when we were terrible and everything Mattered.”
Anna Anthropy, ZZT

Anna Anthropy
“I wrote this book to fill a blind spot in our history, to remind us that outsider amateur game-makers creating personal games have always been here. Since before your Xbox. Since before your PlayStation.

Lest we forget where we come from. Lest we forget what we're capable of.”
Anna Anthropy, ZZT

Amanda Palmer
“Sometimes it was like Neil was from an alien planet, where people never asked for or shared anything emotional without deeply apologizing first. He assured me that he was simply British. And that we Americans, with all of our loud oversharing and need for random hugs and free admissions to people we've just met of deep, traumatic childhood wounds looks just as alien to them.”
Amanda Palmer, The Art of Asking; or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Let People Help




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