« on: June 05, 2018, 09:27 PM »
Aw crud, I just posted about this in the Living Room. Shoulda searched first. Crap.
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Scurry is the story of a colony of mice in an abandoned house who are struggling to survive a long, strange winter. The humans are all gone and the sun is rarely seen. As food becomes scarce and many mice fall ill, the scavengers are forced to search farther from their home, braving monster infested lands in search of anything that will help the colony survive another day. Being hunted by feral cats and predatory birds is part of life for these mice, but beyond the fences stalks something far more fearsome...
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You wake up in a hospital room.
You are wearing a nurse uniform and bloody bandages. You have an empty syringe in your hand.
Something is banging at the door. It wants inside.
What do you do?
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Check out this phone-laptop hybrid-Arizona Hot (January 11, 2018, 11:19 PM)
Same thing with the Casino world, and meeting someone that didn't fit the description they'd been given, but can happen to hack the shields. That's less lazy than bad writing.
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I don't really hear it, but I do get some kind of sensation that's hard to explain (could be an acoustical reflexw). That said, this one does more for me than the power lines one:
Some people suggest that the auditory sensation is all in the camera shake (perhaps triggering the acoustic reflex). Edvard, can you still hear it with this one?
https://twitter.com/...s/937613516927889408-Deozaan (December 08, 2017, 04:40 PM)
YesI'm not objective enough to judge whether it makes you weird or not, but for me, the sound cuts off as soon as I scroll away from the image, like 'out of sight, out of mind'. Literally. I think THAT's weird.
Oddly I could still hear it when I closed the page - does this make me weird?-Carol Haynes (December 07, 2017, 06:42 PM)
I didnt hear it either -- but did somehow sense the thump, like I were standing there and could feel the movement in my body.-tomos (December 07, 2017, 01:14 PM)
I agree with this. Mine was not so much an audible sound, but more of a feeling.The weird thing is, I can say I don't actually hear it; as in, I don't perceive it as an audible sensation originating at my ears, but I do get the distinct feeling that it's what I should hear, and therefore some part of my brain generates it and delivers it to the audio decoder part, and is therefore more of a feeling than an actual audio hallucination. However, it's distinct enough that I can definitely say that loop I posted sounds very close to what I am perceiving as a result of the whole mess.-kfitting (December 07, 2017, 07:26 PM)