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Submitted by Cyrus365 1975d ago | preview

N-Philes Preview - I Heart Geeks

N-Philes writes: "One of the coolest things about Wile E. Coyote is that not only is he an eternal optimist (seriously, how many times can you epically fail and keep coming back for more?), but he has a dedicated knack for making complicated contraptions to catch the roadrunner. A well placed arrow can hit a bullseye causing a match to light which ignites a rocket that explodes against a giant boulder, causing it to careen off a cliff – usually to the bone crushing tragedy of our brilliant but unlucky coyote friend. Although the results were always predictable, the coolness of the physics in the elaborate setups was undeniable. The basic premise of I Heart Geeks is similar to the elaborate setups constructed by Wile E. Coyote, with more real-life physics and a lot less Satan-approved roadrunners." (I Heart Geeks, Nintendo DS)

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