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!! OMG, dystopian Cat video game STRAY shares new gameplay footage !!

A game that centers around a kitty living in a cyber-dystopian nightmare!? Sign us up. This is enough to get us to buy a Playstation in time for winter this year…Via GameInformer:

Though the game seems poised to become an indie darling, probably fueled by the internet’s well-documented love of cats, we didn’t know much about Stray before today. First shown at Sony’s PlayStation event last summer, Stray’s announcement trailer communicated two things very well. One, Stray has a cat in it – that sometimes wears a tiny backpack. Two, the game’s fearless feline inhabits a grim cityscape populated by mechanical beings. Humanity, it seems – if several graffiti messages in the trailer are any indication – has met with some unkind end. Between the game’s intriguing, though foreboding, world and its adorable character, we were eager to see more.

Check out the brand new look at STRAY above!

!! OMG, 139-year-old San Francisco Victorian home is moved by truck 7 blocks to a new location !!

The Englander House in San Francisco, a 139-year-old home owned by a real estate guy, was picked up and placed on a flatbed trailer and transported a whole 7 blocks away to its new address.

The Victorian architectural masterpiece is a 5,170-square-foot (roughly 480-square-meter) house that has been around since 1882. It was transported at the average speed of 1 mile per hour (1.6 kilometers per hour) for 0.6 miles (roughly a kilometer) from 807 Franklin St. to 635 Fulton St.

This is commitment! But good for him for preserving some history while doing it (even if it did cost him 400K to do so!). Check out some footage of the move above!

!! OMG, watch and play: Seeking David Boreanaz !!

Seeking David BoreanazFor about a year now, we’ve all surrendered to our screens. Between working from home on our laptops, connecting with friends over video chat, and scrolling through social media, the pandemic has strengthened our relationship with the Internet and the communities it cultivates and provides space for. Some might argue that behind the screen is where we are most vulnerable.

Seeking David Boreanaz, a new interactive web series by Victoria Pandeirada (@victoriapand) and Rachel Davies (@rachelcomplains) explores these vulnerabilities through screen recordings of video chats, emails, and various web activity. It follows the online footprints of two individuals who are joined together through a subreddit about the show Bones, with Choose Your Own Adventure-style navigation.

Check it out here, and click “series” to start!

!! OMG, GAYTURE: A twisted, gay card drinking game to help pass the quarantine hours !!

We played this card game last week while in quarantine — and were GAGGING! It asks ALL the right (super inappropriate) questions! GAYTURE is a card game inspired by gay life and culture, totally NSFW and EXPLICIT AF! As the game itself reads:

Anyone can play whether you’re gay/bi or an ally as long as you like d*ck then you’ll be in for a treat.

The game asks players to vote on who is most likely to fit the profile of the situation or person described on each card, and whoever is voted most likely has to drink and has to keep the card. The player who has the least cards at the end of the game wins.

HOWEVER! We will say that we prefer to play the game the opposite way, and whoever has the MOST cards at the end wins. This only encourages players to be more honest and upfront about their experiences, free of shame and… it also gets you drunker! DUH!! You can pick up your own deck of GAYTURE here.

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