Steve and Brave “Little” Ollie grease up their political muscles and pummel the EU Referendum! It doesn’t matter if you’re for Brexit or Bremain, Steve and Ollie break down the issues until it’s all mushy like wet Weetabix. Unlike those shysters David Cameron and Russell Brand, Steve & Ollie actually deliver on their promises and will ensure you have all the real facts so you can make the right decision on June 23rd.
They learn all about the important arguments surrounding the impending vote: immigration, the renaming of Opal Fruits, the EU membership fee and the annual distribution of Pickled Onion Space Raiders.
Little Ollie journeys back to the time of the Commodore 64 to play Impossible Mission, one of the most fiendish and legendary games for the C64 which is now available in your browser at http://impossible-mission.krissz.hu/ (Thanks to Krisztian Toth for this – it’s a beauty!)
As the title suggests, Impossible Mission lives up to its title for someone has no zero skills at video games like poor Little Ollie. He barely lasts twenty minutes before Elvin Atombender becomes so enraged at his fumbling about he destroys the Earth with missiles.
Almost at the end of Resident Evil: Director’s Cut, Ollie rejoins Chris & Emily of Buggz & Co. to finish killing everything in the Spencer mansion and surrounding habitat. In Part Nine, Ollie proves he is bad at games and tries Sambuca for the first time. He is almost thirty one years old.
Little Ollie sharpens up his parenting skills to try out Who’s Your Daddy – a game in which a hapless father desperately tries to prevent his little baby boy from climbing in the oven or drinking all the bleach. Hooray for safety!
Who’s Your Daddy is a game by Joe Williams. It’s currently in alpha & available on Steam Early Access: http://store.steampowered.com/app/427730/