“The difference between the amoeba and Einstein is that, although both make use of the method of trial and error elimination, the amoeba dislikes erring while Einstein is intrigued by it.”
Here’s an interesting thought-experiment: think about British-developed computer games from the 1980s. Which games do you instantly think of?
“There’s nothing as exciting as a comeback – seeing someone with dreams, watching them fail, and then getting a second chance.”
At first glance, the participants in today’s struggle for digital dominance couldn’t be more different. In one corner, you have a Gothic-themed horror game and in other, a high flying ninja revenge quest. But a deep dive into these 8-bit classics reveal eerie similarities in design, control, and difficulty. How do these titles stack up in the crucible of Thunderdome examination?
“Not necessity, not desire – no, the love of power is the demon of men.”
– The Dawn of Day, Friedrich Nietzsche
“Perfect purity is possible if you turn your life into a line of poetry with a splash of blood.”
-Runaway Horses, Yukio Mishima
“Never quit. Never give up. Fly it to the end”