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SELECT YOUR DESTINY BOOK #8 - VIDEO GAME VOODOO!


You get to wiggling. You wiggle up, you wiggle down, you wiggle left, you wiggle right. Nothing. You mix it up a little, wiggling quarter-circles, half-circles, and even circles. Still nothing. That's it, you decide, time to pull out all the stops. You set into a routine of the most intense wiggling you've ever engaged in. The sort of wiggling that straddles the already ill-defined boundary between wiggling and jerking. You're giving it your all, but still nothing happens. Alright, time to take a little break. You assure the mysterious arcade cabinet that you'll be back in 5 for another round of tugging at that joystick.

What a perplexing situation. Wiggling is clearly the only conceivable option available to you at this point, but even as you sip on your blueberry juicebox, you feel like a failure. Maybe the strongarm approach isn't the way to go, here. Maybe you should try to finesse the machine a little; make it think you've already got it figured out, and you've just been toying with it for fun. It can smell fear, you're sure of it. Yes, this plan is foolproof! You devise a complex array of wiggles, twists, dips, and dives that is bound to get you some results. Time to attack it with renewed confidence.

In demo mode only one of the buttons works. The real challenge? Finding out which one.

When you return to the basement, you notice that the machine has started to change. A delayed reaction from before, perhaps? It seems that it is going into "demo mode". This isn't quite what you had in mind, but at least you should be able to learn something from watching a demonstration of whatever this game is. You watch patiently as the machine counts down to "demo mode". The timer reaches zero, and you're giddy with anticipation. You clue into the fact that "demo" doesn't necessarily stand for "demonstration" when the machine takes out a sizeable chunk of your basement. You, miraculously, survive. Unfortunately, your significant other will be back from her grocery shopping soon, and there's no way you can clean this mess up in time. You're a dead man!

Hair in demo mode.

"TIL DEATH DO YOU PART," INDEED! START OVER!!!


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