「 RK800 (Connor) : female prototype. 」
❝ My mission is to capture all the deviants,
my mission is —
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꒰ more Connor photos, i loved this location so much, hope you’ll share these !! ☁️ ꒱
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📊| Barça have outscored their Expected Goals value by 10.7, the biggest differential in the Top 5 European Leagues this season. Profitability.
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October 20th Horror Game: The Final Take is a little horror game from 2016 that manages to capture a lot of the feel of the Puppet Combo games I've been describing recently, with a heavy VHS-inspired feel and heavy visual filters on the screen to obscure everything you're seeing and ramp up the fear of the unknown at all times.
It has some slight elements of other recent games where you use a cell phone to light your way through a very dark abandoned hospital, with strange figures appearing out of the darkness at random, to very great effect. Most of the times you see something happening in this game, it made me jump back in my seat with how well they were executed, and I'm not talking about jump-scares, just really well-implemented scenes.
The game is very short (only maybe 45 minutes long if you read all the story notes) but it only costs $2 on Steam, and is undoubtedly worth more than that, with how well it's executed.
The story is a dark story about strange things going on at the hospital, and you find that your character may be more linked to this hospital than you originally thought, with a very tense final chase scene and a pretty creepy ending to top it off.
This is just another quite well-done bite-sized modern indie horror game, the kind I wish we had more of nowadays instead of constant clones of Outlast and Five Nights at Freddy's. #Horror#Game#Review#October#TheFinalTake#LoFi
We have talked about the WWII (World War II) Machine all day long, and now how about we talk about the legend, Spinosaurus. Spinosaurus was among the largest of all known carnivorous dinosaurs, nearly as large as or even larger than Tyrannosaurus, Giganotosaurus, Indominus Rex and Carcharodontosaurus. Estimates published in 2005, 2007, and 2008 suggested that it was between 12.6–18 metres (41–59 ft) in length and 7 to 20.9 tonnes (7.7 to 23.0 short tons) in weight. New estimates published in 2014 and 2018 based on a more complete specimen, supported the earlier research, finding that Spinosaurus could reach lengths of 15–16 m (49–52 ft). The latest estimates suggest a weight of 6.4–7.5 tonnes (7.1–8.3 short tons). The skull of Spinosaurus was long and narrow, similar to that of a modern crocodilian. Spinosaurus is known to have eaten fish, and most scientists believe that it hunted both terrestrial and aquatic prey; evidence suggests that it lived both on land and in water as a modern crocodilian does.