History Funny / Spore

30th Jan '17 9:51:34 AM Queenofdragons6
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* There is an option in the Creepy And Cute expansion pack that allows you to use the "flirt" action in the Creature Editor test drive. When pressing it, the creature turns around and wiggles it's rear.
** This is also shown in-game during the Creature stage. When your mate tries to get your attention, it'll often wiggle it's rear at you.

to:

* There is an option in the Creepy And Cute expansion pack that allows you to use the "flirt" action in the Creature Editor test drive. When pressing it, the creature turns around and wiggles it's its rear.
** This is also shown in-game during the Creature stage. When your mate tries to get your attention, it'll often wiggle it's its rear at you.
27th Jan '17 10:33:46 PM Impatiens
Is there an issue? Send a Message


*** And as the cherry on top, the entire adventure is in RHYME.

to:

*** And as the cherry on top, the entire adventure is in RHYME.RHYME.


* There is an option in the Creepy And Cute expansion pack that allows you to use the "flirt" action in the Creature Editor test drive. When pressing it, the creature turns around and wiggles it's rear.
** This is also shown in-game during the Creature stage. When your mate tries to get your attention, it'll often wiggle it's rear at you.
27th Jan '17 10:28:26 PM Impatiens
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** The names are switched up just enough to make them funny, but still recognizable. Examples: [[spoiler: Julio Montalette; Romiette Capague.]]

to:

** The names are switched up just enough to make them funny, but still recognizable. Examples: [[spoiler: Julio Montalette; Romiette Capague.]]]]
*** And as the cherry on top, the entire adventure is in RHYME.
27th Jan '17 10:26:51 PM Impatiens
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* The "Delicate Negotiations" adventure counts as this, mainly because it's a [[Spoiler HUGE shoutout to the classic play by William Shakespeare, "Romeo and Juliet". Unlike the original play, however, this adventure has a happy ending]]
** The names are switched up just enough to make them funny, but still recognizable. Examples: [[Spoiler Julio Montalette; Romiette Capague.]]

to:

* The "Delicate Negotiations" adventure counts as this, mainly because it's a [[Spoiler [[spoiler: HUGE shoutout to the classic play by William Shakespeare, "Romeo and Juliet". Unlike the original play, however, this adventure has a happy ending]]
** The names are switched up just enough to make them funny, but still recognizable. Examples: [[Spoiler [[spoiler: Julio Montalette; Romiette Capague.]]
27th Jan '17 10:26:10 PM Impatiens
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* The "Delicate Negotiations" adventure counts as this, mainly because it's a HUGE shoutout to the classic play by William Shakespeare, "Romeo and Juliet".

to:

* The "Delicate Negotiations" adventure counts as this, mainly because it's a [[Spoiler HUGE shoutout to the classic play by William Shakespeare, "Romeo and Juliet".Juliet". Unlike the original play, however, this adventure has a happy ending]]
** The names are switched up just enough to make them funny, but still recognizable. Examples: [[Spoiler Julio Montalette; Romiette Capague.]]
27th Jan '17 10:23:06 PM Impatiens
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* 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 it's based on.

to:

* 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 it's based on.on.

*The "Delicate Negotiations" adventure counts as this, mainly because it's a HUGE shoutout to the classic play by William Shakespeare, "Romeo and Juliet".
19th Sep '16 8:59:24 AM Queenofdragons6
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* 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.

to:

* 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
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* 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.

to:

* 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
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* When Warrior allies send a "Help rid us of these pirates" distress call, they call the mission "Target practice".

to:

* 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
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* 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.

to:

* 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".
This list shows the last 10 events of 29. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=Funny.Spore