100ft Robot Golf hits the tee on October 10th!

(this is an extended edition repost of our big PlayStation Blog announce! Go check them out!)

Panzer and I have some exciting news: On October 10th, you’ll be able to enjoy 100ft Robot Golf in your own home!

If you’re new to our wonderful large robot sports game, 100ft Robot Golf is literally what the title says: it’s a golf game where your golfer is a huge 100ft robot that can destroy cities. You can play for par with four people on your couch, or destroy cities online with pals around the world. If you have PlayStation VR, you can even activate the PS VR mode to ride on top of these robot golfing behemoths while you play!


Over the past few months, we’ve been revealing the Robot Golf Tour Association pilot roster over on the 100ft Robot Golf Developer Blog. From Vahni, the “Beyonce of Robot Golf”, Suzume’s brilliant bio-mechanical research, Aveline and Uncle’s dual-pilot pompadour skating robot prowess, or even Ernie’s modest used vehicle salesman ways, we’ve been working hard to make sure that each robot and pilot combination plays and feels unique.

We do however have one very special robot boy we’d like to reveal: 

Please welcome PROJECT C 

Project C is a special project put together by Team NGBL, a secret underground organization specializing in unconventional golfing robots. Whereas most robots have one (or occasionally two pilots), Project C is actually made up of five separate robots, each piloted by an adorable puppy. These five dogs piloting five small dog robots form together to create a golfing megadog that may actually be taller than one hundred feet tall. Surely five dogs can beat one human at the robot king’s game that is 100ft Robot Golf?


To help with this dog-based robot golf domination, Project C has a secret weapon. At any time, you can press L1 to summon the FREESWORD, a mysteriously cheap light-powered broadsword that can cleave any building in half instantly. Is there a building far away that’ll block your shot to the green? Just tap L1 again to throw the sword at it!

You can find out more about Project C in 100ft Robot Golf’s campaign mode! It’s a fun and campy anime story that you can play through, filled with intrigue, love, suspense, and golfing action. You will also find out if these five robot golfing dogs are good dogs.

Don’t forget: 100ft Robot Golf arrives October 10th on the PlayStation Store. Also, be sure to follow us at @100ftrobotgolf for all the latest robot golfing news in the leadup to launch. See you on the fairway! 


-Dan and Panzer

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On days when thin rain falls like today,
I remember your shadow. 
Our memories that I secretly put in my drawer,
I take them out and reminisce by myself

For Nami-Nee (@duckiesteasmiles). ❤

Doctor Who: Ten [ENFP]

OFFICIAL TYPING by Charity / The Mod

Extroverted Intuition (Ne): The Doctor’s first approach to any new experience is excitement at its greater potential. He rarely takes objects for what they seem to be, but instead looks past them to their conceptual worth. He’s very quick to form accurate suspicions and discern others’ motives, and can even predict events in the short term (he realizes people are breathing in stone dust, which is converting them into a new kind of creature; he warns a woman  that she is no longer necessary, a second before her employers kill her as “the only witness”; he swiftly figures out the robots are waiting for Madam Pompadour to get “the right age” to harvest her organs, etc). He’ll often assert a statement and contradict it a moment later, indicating his ability to think in different directions at once (“No, it’s safe… well, maybe not safe… yeah, I think I’ll do a scan, in case there’s something dangerous out there…”).

Introverted Feeling (Fi): He can be oblivious to other people’s feelings, when absorbed in his own – so much so that his companions often have to tell him he’s being rude to get him to stop (usually he’s so excited about an idea, he doesn’t quit theorizing it in time to avoid making it an insult). His preoccupation with losing Rose makes him clueless about Martha’s gigantic crush on him. It’s a relief for him to partner up with Donna, because she doesn’t demand he open up emotionally. When asked about his former partners, the Doctor admits they’re “gone… but fine,” without expanding on his feelings about it. He broods. Intensely. He also tends to see the world in strong ethical terms, defined by right and wrong; right is whatever he decides, and he can be merciless and without pity in punishing anyone who violates his stance on humane behavior.

Extroverted Thinking (Te): The Doctor can shut down and go into a Ne/Te loop, whenever he has to make a tough decision; Donna berates him for intending to let everyone in Pompeii die, because the Doctor argues “it’s a fixed point in time” – it must happen. He chooses to accept his role as the catalyst for making it happen, because “it’s Pompeii or the planet… that’s all I needed to know.” The Doctor doesn’t like it when others violate the “code of the universe” (disobey galactic rules) and often reacts with harsh punishment (imprisoning aliens in mirrors, destroying the spider’s children, etc). Donna says, upon their first meeting, that he “need[s] a companion, to hold [him] back sometimes.” Sometimes, if he lacks the tools to fix a problem, he thinks they’re doomed.

Introverted Sensing (Si): Ten is running away from his past. He prefers not to think about, or dwell in it, too much, as it brings out his sadness over losing former companions, including Rose. When reunited with Sarah Jane Smith, the Doctor happily revisits their former connection, and even builds her a new K9 as a parting gift, making sure to give it all the memories of the previous model.

Note: When I started the blog a few years ago, he was one of my first typings, and I ran with the popular consensus that the Doctor is “an NTP.” I was intellectually lazy in forming my argument. Sometimes people argue he’s ENFP because he’s “so emotional,” but I don’t like that approach. It’s stereotyping. It’s his ethics, not how emotional he is (anyone can have feelings) that make him ENFP. He rarely makes purely emotional decisions; he has a strong Te, and loops into it a lot.

how did we end up here— first of all, ignore the graphic. second, I honestly can’t believe this. it literally feels like I started this blog yesterday and I’m already celebrating 200 SMACKAROONIES. Jonathan has become so special to me, this entire fandom has become like a new little home and the people I’ve met are so nice. This is the type of fandom I hope to stay in for a very long time !! 

FORGET THE MUSHY STUFF, let’s get on with it.

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