Dave Gilbert, what a tease.
I went into hibernate mode until Crimbo.
Part N in my ongoing project to make little objects from the game Glitch: tickets! Nostalgic Glitchen will remember using race tickets to play Game of Crowns etc., Gameshow tickets to spin the wheel of fortune, and Diabolical Drink tickets to get that coveted wine of the dead from Hell’s Bartender.
I’ve included the images I made so you can print your own onto colored paper! Use a hole punch on the cross-hairs to make the corner cutouts. For authentic edges, use a perforating rotary cutter or the cutter on a tape dispenser to separate the strip of tickets.
I’ve also started tucking tickets into orders for Glitch Mementos from my Etsy shop.
P.S.- For another part of this project, I’ve been wondering: Did we ever see the BACKS of Upgrade cards? Do you remember, Glitchen?
Here is a video of the upgrade card system (by Justin Daigle)
The backs were the icons for each upgrade? I guess?
So for this contest, the premise was to choose a classical type (opera, orchestral, that type of thing) song and write a poem inspired by it. OK, so mine is from a videogame, but it’s an orchestral arrangement, and the contest runner was OK with it.
I spent way too long doing this. Of course, I’m wearing a sweater, a jacket, a scarf and a toque because I get cold easily.
I replayed all the games again, since it doesn’t take long.
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Heh. I didn’t make the connection before, but this is a callback to when he asked Chisato how to say “fly” in Japanese during Haru’s first time flying a plane. (It’s good it’s softsubs so I can change that)