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Secret Habitat is a wonderful little oddity that allows you to explore a procedurally generated town, full of procedurally generated art museums, which are populated with procedurally generated art and procedurally generated audio clips (Thankfully you don’t need a procedurally generated computer to play it on though).

This triumph of all things procedural looks fantastic, full of angular buildings and striking low poly visuals.  There’s no aim to the game, simply wander through the town, explore art galleries and enjoy the procedurally generated sights and sounds.  The pictures even have procedurally generated nameplates which eventually leads to a moment when when you look at the title and think “hmm, I agree, that does actually look like a cloud potato.”  

With it’s striking visual style and procedurally generated artworkSecret Habitat is a joy to explore.  A wonderfully random infinite virtual art museum.

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There are more possible games of chess than there are atoms in the universe. No one could possibly predict them all, even you. Which means that that first move can be terrifying. It’s the furthest point from the end of the game, there’s a virtually infinite sea of possibilities between you and the other side. But it also means that if you make a mistake, there’s nearly an infinite amount of ways to fix it.

Chaos is defined not so much by its disorder as by the infinite speed with which every form taking shape in it vanishes. It is a void that is not a nothingness but a virtual, containing all possible particles and drawing out all possible forms, which spring up only to disappear immediately, without consistency or reference, without consequence. Chaos is an infinite speed of birth and disappearance.
—  Deleuze and Guattari
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That first move can be terrifying. It’s the furthest point from the end of the game, there’s a virtually infinite sea of possibilities between you and the other side. But it also means that if you make a mistake, there’s a nearly infinite amount of ways to fix it. So you should simply relax and play.

Option 336,742 / Option 506,738 / Option 833,333

Adam McArthur (Marco’s voice actor) confirmed that there’s going to be a scary Halloween-themed episode in this Season. The hype is obviously real.

The plot-possibilities for a Halloween story in magical-fantasy show like SVTFOE are virtually infinite.

Monsters/aliens using Earth to party only on October 31st because no one will notice their presence, since there are monsters everywhere -and Star being very open-minded about this.

Janna finally using Star’s spell book to f%!k things up, raise the dead, cast an unsettling spell all over the city.

The wand acting weird again and turning all costumes into real monsters and creatures, with nightmare fuel-ish results.

Also, given Marco’s heritage, it would be fun to have the beautiful, colorful, creepily pleasing aesthetics of the Dìa De Muertos pretty much taking over the show for a single night; the Mexican holiday may also offer some interesting narrative prompts, maybe in a lazy (but very well-appreciated for me) attempt to sorta imitate The Book Of Life, but I’m not an expert on the subject anyway.

But does all of this also mean that Marco is going to wear the skull-mask from BMB again? Maybe because there’s a scary party at somebody’s house… with dancing… masked dancing… you know…
Just asking, no reason.

Either way, really hyped for this.
Let’s see if the spooky episode of SVTFOE is going to beat Gravity Falls’ nightmare fuel page on TvTropes.

“The atoms that make up your body were once forged inside stars, and the causes of even the smallest event are virtually infinite and connected with the whole in incomprehensible ways.”
—Eckhart Tolle, A New Earth
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There are more possible games of chess than there are atoms in the universe. No one could possibly predict them all, even you. Which means that that first move can be terrifying. It’s the furthest point from the end of the game, there’s a virtually infinite sea of possibilities between you and the other side. But it also means that if you make a mistake, there’s nearly an infinite amount of ways to fix it. So you should simply relax and play. But if you remember nothing else, remember this. Chess is just a game. Real people aren’t pieces. And you can’t assign more value to some of them than to others. Not to me. Not to anyone. People are not a thing that you can sacrifice. The lesson is that anyone who looks on the world as if it was a game of chess deserves to lose.

The atoms that make up your body were once forged inside stars, and the causes of even the smallest event are virtually infinite and connected with the whole in incomprehensible ways.
—  Eckhart Tolle, A New Earth