“Humanity collapsed 500 years ago by the nuclear blast.
You are ONE member of the humanity reconstruction program.” – Author’s description
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“Paradigm is a surreal adventure game set in the strange and post apocalyptic Eastern European country of Krusz. Play as the handsome mutant, Paradigm, who’s past comes back to haunt him in the form of a genetically engineered sloth that vomits candy.” – Author’s description
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I was reduced to crawling through the dirt. My legs and back were done. On the upside, being near the ground meant I could better see any movement among the leaves and trash. Movement meant something living, and that meant food.
I inched along toward a wooded area and my hope grew as I neared a rotting log. I struggled to flip it and saw dozens of larvae and some larger bugs scurrying around. I gleefully reached in and got a fistfull of rotting wood and grubs and picked out the larvae one by one with my lips, as though kissing them. I didn’t chew – just let them slide down my throat.
This was the biggest meal I had had in days, but I suddenly … Read the rest
Wired has an article titled 12 Good Gadgets for Hard Times listing the dozen things that any fallout shelter owner would want to have.
I own a few of these, and whenever I pick them up, I have a sense that, if anything really bad were to happen, at least I would still be able to open cans and listen to AM radio.… Read the rest
The Seer of Island #10 had said that he had never intended to provide answers to anyone, but that did not stop his reputation from growing.
From what his sister described, he had arrived on the island by makeshift raft, like many before him, seeking some of the ordnance rumored to have been stored there, but found the island deserted.
Unlike the others, however, he didn’t leave.
Instead, he dragged his raft and supplies to the center of the island, put up a crude lean-to, lighted a fire and fell into deep contemplation, staring into the flames, wondering what he could possibly do next.
The troubles had continued long after anyone had predicted; long after the ones who had started it had been killed.
Those who … Read the rest