November 28th, 2010

Moa: The King of Destruction

I don't know why I found American Dad so funny. It makes no sense. Maybe that's why.

I spent most of the day trying out some of my new Steam games - this weekend featured a lot of sales, and I think there will be one more round tomorrow. Getting a bunch of ten dollar games all for five bucks is hard to pass up, even if there are only one or two games in each pack that I'll ever play again. I have no idea how the hell I'm supposed to play Eufloria. I couldn't find any sort of instructions (didn't look THAT hard, I suppose), and the game's just a bunch of circles and lines that don't seem to do anything when I click on them. Nobody tell me how to play, because I don't care. I think I can have enough fun with Machinarium and VVVVVV for now.

I noticed that my tire was visibly flat while I was fueling up today, which is really bad, because I have a terrible eye for flat tires. Indeed, the pressure was so low that it didn't even register on my pressure meter. I filled it up and it seems to have held for the rest of the day, but I'll need to check it again tomorrow. It may or may not be the same tire I was having problems with before - they were probably rotated last week - but I may need to look into places that can detect leaks if it's still losing air.

Then I finally got to the end of Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box. Just a few puzzles left, and other random things to do.