Update: This post previously left out some important info about the creator Noah Swartz (@SwartzCr) and the Twitter bot (@TinyDungeons) that creates the playable dungeons hosted by Andrew.
I make tiny dungeons meant to look like something out of Nethack - created by @swartzcr - Play my tweets at [this link]
Be sure to follow Noah and TinyDungeons for more fun!
Tiny Dungeon Player hosted by Andrew Faraday (aka @MarmiteJunction) lets you explore emoji-filled dungeons. Eat pizza for health, pick up money, and find the keys while avoiding devils, gators, ants, and other nasties.
Feels like something you'd play on an Atari 2600!
• Tiny Dungeon Player (h/t @MarmiteJunction via GitHub)
• Ruairi O Leocháin of Athlone Wildlife Apiaries decided to make a lego beehive “just for a bit of craic” A beekeeper in Ireland put their coronavirus quarantine time to good use by crafting an elaborate, fully functioning beehive out of LEGOs.
I enjoy the fun science stunts on ScienceBob’s YouTube Channel.
Want to try an interesting little science experiment at home? This looks fun.
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