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Schrödinger’s Cat And The Raiders Of The Lost Quark is a fun, frantic, wacky and colourful puzzle-laden platform game. Following an emergency, the Particle Zoo is overrun with hungry leptons, sticky-fingered gluons and massive bosons. Schrödinger’s Cat must sort out this chaos!
The particular set of skills the Cat has turns out to be collecting and manipulating quarks to create completely new tools to traverse the environment. The science is rather cleverly on point here. There are four different types of quarks running around: Up, Down, Construction, and Destruction; each type is assigned to a shoulder button. Pressing them in combinations of three creates a different effect, just like they create protons in reality. Three Ups create a tiny helicopter. Three Downs create a drill that breaks through floors. Three Constructions create a giant bubble shield; three Destructions create a fragile platform to stand on. The 12 possible combinations are mostly left to the player to discover. It's a fun bit of trial and error to find all the different options, which are wisely shown in a little reference guide when you pause the game. A few too many are different permutations of “this helps you go up,” but when you start running out of components, the options for a creative alternative are nice.
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Some people like butter – others, jelly. But two Oklahoma ladies like boots in their rolls. It’s hard to believe – and even grosser to imagine. KFOR has the juicy details.
REPORTER: “Police say it was at this TJ Maxx that loss prevention officers found the duo stuffing items under their belly fat and breasts.”
POLICE OFFICER: “One of the individual had three boots concealed underneath her breast and bra.”
Believe it. The women lifted $2600 worth of merchandise in all. But anchors on HLN and WJBK can’t get over the big-ticket item – boots.
MEADE: “Four pairs of boots! Boots. Three pairs of jeans, wallet and gloves.”
MEADE: “Well my goodness! Either those are small boots—wow! Okay, I can’t see any of this, but the jeans you can fold, the wallet is tiny. Boots (whispered)…”
FEMALE ANCHOR: “I find that hard to believe. I mean, you’ve got to be packing some pounds. I mean, four pairs of boots?!”
MALE ANCHOR: “But see, you can pat down at the airport, but not in the store.”
The footwear didn’t escape others’ attention. Writers at The Huffington Post and Racked ask if the strategy is worth its weight in boots.
THE HUFFINGTON POST: “…[W]hat we want to know is were they ankle boots? Or over-the-knee?”
RACKED: “[I]t got us thinking… we might be able to get away with a Repetto ballet flat—or something along those lines—probably not a full-blown boot, though, and definitely not, say, an Ugg boot.”
Good point. Finally, a WTXF reporter suggests the perfect item to shoplift with their sizable sticky fingers.
“The world’s biggest pants unveiled see the XXXXXXXXXL underwear.”
“Women wearing those, boy, they could do some big time shoplifting. They could probably shoplift a car off Kerbeck Cadillac’s shop.”
One bright point: prison jump suits are free. The two now face felony shoplifting charges. (pause) We’re still thinking about those boots… (SOC)
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