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 Oct 15, 2007 - 08:57 AM - by Michael
* Regarding Skulls

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Okay - so Halo 3 is out, and one of the more entertaining things to do is hunt down the gold and silver skulls.

And by entertaining, I mean "mind-blowingly aggravating".

So far, I'm about half done. It's gone from simply making jumping-puzzle leaps that are the precise reason decent programmers gave up putting jumping puzzles in FPS titles, to finding the precise moment to shoot an enemy in order to make him drop one in a place where it can actually be picked up.

Once I get these done, I think I'm never going to look back again. Once is plenty, thanks Bungie.
 

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