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gawd_daym joined on Mar 14th, 2014, since that has made 91 posts that are still accessible today, 1 of which are threads. Helping shape the community, gawd_daym has given 262 upvotes, and was last online on Apr 15th, 2018.

  • In Android/iOS App Thread

    I have this, but nobody plays this in my town. :(

    There is a landmark here though.

  • In Which Games Are You Currently Playing?



    I haven't really played much tycoon games other than some of Kairosoft's games, which got really repetitive and boring. I came across this after gaining my interest in these kind of games again and started looking. I've been playing for about a week now.

    It's a pretty simple game. It's an open source simulation game based on a game called Transport Tycoon Deluxe. You make a business off of transportation. It has railroads, airports, bus stations, ships, and lorries. It's really fun and can keep you occupied for months.

    More info and download here. It's free.

  • In The Bad Joke Thread

    Why did the elephant eat the candle?

    It wanted a light snack.

  • In What are you reading?


    This book's first couple of chapters are not what I was expecting. I'm already hooked.

  • In 2 Words Game

    Fur coat

  • In 2 Words Game

    Feather bed

  • In What are you reading?


    I like this series, but it feels like it's getting repetitive. Still a good series though.

  • In Android/iOS App Thread

    @TeruShinozaki there is an option called "calibration" in the settings. What you have to do is press the plus and minus button until the line matches with the time the piano noise plays.

    Edit: ios does not have calibration.

  • In Android/iOS App Thread

    Idk why I like this so much. It's like a relaxing guitar hero.

  • In What are you reading?

    love science fiction yo

    Caitlin Decter is young, pretty, feisty, a genius at math — and blind. Still, she can surf the net with the best of them, following its complex paths clearly in her mind. When a Japanese researcher develops a new signal-processing implant that might give her sight, she jumps at the chance, flying to Tokyo for the operation. But Caitlin's brain long ago co-opted her primary visual cortex to help her navigate online. Once the implant is activated, instead of seeing reality, the landscape of the World Wide Web explodes into her consciousness, spreading out all around her in a riot of colors and shapes. While exploring this amazing realm, she discovers something — some other — lurking in the background. And it's getting smarter ...