Webcomic profile: 20 Quid Amusements
20 Quid Amusements
A cliched webcomic about games, life, and the whole world in general.
Last update: 6 days ago, 11:00 PM
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Webcomic description

This webcomic dedicates itself to parodying the funny and illogical parts of games. It also sometimes dabbles in the problematic lives of the average (or rather extreme) gamer. You'll probably need an acquired taste, but give it a try, you might just like it.

Authors

DanVzare
DanVzare
I'm awesome, let's leave it at that.

Most recent comments left on 20 Quid Amusements

DanVzare
Of course this is just an exaggeration for the sake of comedy. But Minecraft does take a lot longer to load now. It requires a much stronger computer too. Although that's all to be expected considering it's constantly being updated.
Author Note
DanVzare
I tried to get into MMOs recently. I also gave up trying to get into MMOs recently.

The majority of the MMOs out there have some really awful and boring looking aesthetics. But pushing that to one side, the interfaces. My goodness, the interfaces are so bloody terrible! Doug sums it up best in the comic I think.

After trying about half a dozen MMOs, half of which I struggled to get working due to their account systems being total garbage, I've come to a realization.
Firstly, World of Warcraft looks beautiful.
Secondly, World of Warcraft is a brilliant example of an average MMO, which is that they all look like they were made two decades ago, and come with grindey gameplay, ridiculously overly long tutorials, and the worst interfaces I've seen since Dwarf Fortress.

What I'm trying to say is, please point me to a good MMO, one that works. Preferably one that didn't look at Neverwinter Nights from 2002 and say "I'm going to recreate that, but online only."
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DanVzare
So was the world saved, turned off, then turned back on again and reloaded 10 minutes ago, or was it all generated for the first time 10 minutes ago?
I need to know how these initial conditions of the world were setup!

But yeah, good one. I think that's a lot better than the penrose triangle world that I came up with.
I prefer to tell people that the world came into existence only 10 minutes ago and that any memory you have from before then is simply part of the initial conditions of the world.

For example, you remember creating this comic and even remember the password to the server to edit it, but in actuality the comic (and the memories about the comic) all came into existance 10 minutes ago.
DanVzare
I'm glad to hear I'm not the only one who thinks that way.