May 16, 2003
Anna Game

I agree with king that there's something going on with this game.

Oddly hypnotic. And addictive. So be careful.

Posted by at May 16, 2003 05:29 PM

If you get to level 5, a new piece is introduced: a pickle! But they give you very few pickles to work with, and they still want you to make that level's piece quota with the new, scarcer pickle pieces and by then the pace is so frenzied...

I'm just not going to play anymore, I think.

Posted by: Albertross on May 19, 2003 04:46 PM .

For the record, this interactive simulation of the thought processes and daily concerns of one of America's most beloved sex icons ranks among the most riveting and yes, visceral, that I've experienced to date...

Posted by: Albertross on May 19, 2003 05:07 PM .

I know - the pickle. It's serious business. You know the little dee-dew sound the game makes when you have three seconds left to locate a match? I think that found its way into my dreams last night, which means it is also time for me to stop.

This game is as riveting as Tetris ever was, and I'm surprised that it's available for free online, and affiliated with Anna Nicole Smith, instead of exclusive to Sega for X amount of cash.

I want to quit too, but I can't just yet.

Posted by: on May 19, 2003 05:39 PM .

Well, it's a close ripoff of a game for the Mac called jeweltoy - not sure if that is in turn a ripoff of something else. Those who fail to patent their game ideas find them fodder for free-yet-branded online content tie-ins. Did anyone enter their email address?

Posted by: D on May 20, 2003 06:29 AM .

I did not give them my email address. Perhaps King did, he seems to know some stuff about this.

I no longer like this game.

I must stop playing it at once!

Posted by: on May 25, 2003 10:31 PM .

Can one patent a game idea?

Posted by: tv on May 26, 2003 01:46 PM .

What is your name

Posted by: on August 29, 2003 05:40 PM .


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