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Wednesday, April 11, 2007



When I heard that they were forecasting snow for today, I thought there might be some flurries or maybe some rain and snow mix. Imagine my surprise to wake up to a real, blanket of white inch of snow in the yard. To make matters worse, several traffic lights were out to make my commute worse. Looks like mowing the lawn may have to wait for a day or two.

Getting back on topic, I'd love to someday make a game that really takes into account the nature of snow - more than just make everything white, but the real, malleable nature of the stuff. Imagine finding a snow bank and melting it to find what's underneath. If you'll pardon the pun, I think that would be cool.


That's a great idea!

I have seen something similar in the Lego Star Wars II game. Right now I'm on Hoth and I had to move a heater close to a door to get it to melt the ice & open. But that's just one little tiny part of the level.

I took pics of the yard this morning and had planned on posting them, but my schedule was turned upside-down by a sick babysitter.

Good luck on that commute tonight!
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