History Funny / Spore

19th Sep '16 8:59:24 AM Queenofdragons6
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* The "It Came From The Sky" adventure. A crashed alien ship. A frozen planet. A cut-off research station. [[Film/TheThing1982 Sound familiar?]] The really hilarious moments come in as you note the thinly-veiled names of the scientists you meet: "Blaair," "Claark," "N'orris," etc. When you get the joke, you won't be able to resist the big dumb grin that spreads across your face in what is essentially a big shout-out to the iconic horror film and the short story its based on.

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* The "It Came From The Sky" adventure. A crashed alien ship. A frozen planet. A cut-off research station. [[Film/TheThing1982 Sound familiar?]] The really hilarious moments come in as you note the thinly-veiled names of the scientists you meet: "Blaair," "Claark," "N'orris," etc. When you get the joke, you won't be able to resist the big dumb grin that spreads across your face in what is essentially a big shout-out to the iconic horror film and the short story its it's based on.
8th Sep '16 7:04:50 PM G0vnah
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* The "It Came From The Sky" adventure. A crashed alien ship. A frozen planet. A cut-off research station. [[TheThing1982 Sound familiar?]] The really hilarious moments come in as you note the thinly-veiled names of the scientists you meet: "Blaair," "Claark," "N'orris," etc. When you get the joke, you won't be able to resist the big dumb grin that spreads across your face in what is essentially a big shout-out to the iconic horror film and the short story its based on.

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* The "It Came From The Sky" adventure. A crashed alien ship. A frozen planet. A cut-off research station. [[TheThing1982 [[Film/TheThing1982 Sound familiar?]] The really hilarious moments come in as you note the thinly-veiled names of the scientists you meet: "Blaair," "Claark," "N'orris," etc. When you get the joke, you won't be able to resist the big dumb grin that spreads across your face in what is essentially a big shout-out to the iconic horror film and the short story its based on.
8th Sep '16 7:03:25 PM G0vnah
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* When Warrior allies send a "Help rid us of these pirates" distress call, they call the mission "Target practice".

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* When Warrior allies send a "Help rid us of these pirates" distress call, they call the mission "Target practice".practice".
* The "It Came From The Sky" adventure. A crashed alien ship. A frozen planet. A cut-off research station. [[TheThing1982 Sound familiar?]] The really hilarious moments come in as you note the thinly-veiled names of the scientists you meet: "Blaair," "Claark," "N'orris," etc. When you get the joke, you won't be able to resist the big dumb grin that spreads across your face in what is essentially a big shout-out to the iconic horror film and the short story its based on.
6th Jul '16 5:09:03 AM ZarbiNerada
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* Props for adventures are often made using the building creators, and because the game randomly determines which buildings to use for alien societies, it's not uncommon to encounter sentient lifeforms living in giant tables, working in towering signs and having chairs as entertainment buildings.

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* Props for adventures are often made using the building creators, and because the game randomly determines which buildings to use for alien societies, it's not uncommon to encounter sentient lifeforms living in giant tables, working in towering signs and having chairs as entertainment buildings.buildings.
* When Warrior allies send a "Help rid us of these pirates" distress call, they call the mission "Target practice".
1st Dec '15 6:04:35 PM ParadoxialStratagem
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** The above line can also double as a form of dark humor if you're purchasing the last planet of a trader empire, who clearly have no idea that they just sold their last bit of sovereignty to your empire and were ultimately screwed over by their own philosophy.
29th Nov '15 8:40:37 PM ParadoxialStratagem
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* Intentionally-bad adventures are rife with funny moments; music in inappropriate places and overuse of the first page of tracks (especially ''Space Warriors'' being used in a fetch quest or ''Angelic Dream'' being used in a boss fight) , level design that looks like a kid made it, poor spelling for dialogue or thoughts, bad timing for events, and other such things can all make what would normally qualify as a bad adventure into a ''hilarious'' adventure.

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* Intentionally-bad adventures are rife with funny moments; music in inappropriate places and overuse of the first page of tracks (especially ''Space Warriors'' being used in a fetch quest or ''Angelic Dream'' being used in a boss fight) , level design that looks like a kid made it, poor spelling for dialogue or thoughts, bad timing for events, and other such things can all make what would normally qualify as a bad adventure into a ''hilarious'' adventure.adventure.
* Props for adventures are often made using the building creators, and because the game randomly determines which buildings to use for alien societies, it's not uncommon to encounter sentient lifeforms living in giant tables, working in towering signs and having chairs as entertainment buildings.
9th Aug '15 10:18:58 AM treehugger0369
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** It's even better if you encounter a glitch where the chief starts talking as soon as the cutscene starts, rather than waiting until the camera pans down to him, resulting in everything being out of sync. As a result, you can see [[FlatWhat his]] [[YouHaveGotToBeKiddingMe expression]] once the pie guy speaks up.
8th Sep '14 12:03:13 PM SgtFrog1
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** Pretty much the fact that you can find ''[[VideoGameCrueltyPotential and destroy]]'' Earth is pretty funny in itself.

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** Pretty much the The fact that you can find ''[[VideoGameCrueltyPotential and destroy]]'' Earth is pretty funny in itself.
1st Aug '14 1:59:08 PM Cobalt58
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** This is further explained through the medium of lore if you find the "Fossilized Domesticated Animal Treat", which will inform you that the dog biscuit shape was sheerly for the entertainment of the feeder, the creature couldn't care less what shape the weird tasty thing was.
30th May '14 9:46:58 AM Ultradester306
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-->'''Trader:''' [[LargeHam YES!!! YES!!! WE ACCEPT!!! WE'RE RICH!!! WE'RE RICH, RICH, RICH, RICH, RICH!!!!!]]

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-->'''Trader:''' [[LargeHam YES!!! YES!!! WE ACCEPT!!! WE'RE RICH!!! WE'RE RICH, RICH, RICH, RICH, RICH!!!!!]]RICH!!!!!]]
* Intentionally-bad adventures are rife with funny moments; music in inappropriate places and overuse of the first page of tracks (especially ''Space Warriors'' being used in a fetch quest or ''Angelic Dream'' being used in a boss fight) , level design that looks like a kid made it, poor spelling for dialogue or thoughts, bad timing for events, and other such things can all make what would normally qualify as a bad adventure into a ''hilarious'' adventure.
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