"OK so now I'm a toxic bobsled and you have to get by without touching the blanket I'm holding up," said Primo.
"OK but what part of the body does the toxic bloodsucker attach to?" asked Seconda, "Like is it your arm or legs or your butt or what?"
Good God, this is terrifying shit. My kids could write horror movies.
"No, no, no," said Primo, "Not a toxic bloodsucker, a toxic bobsled."
Because that makes so much more sense.
"Ok now I'm an evil skeleton and in this level, I can take off my bones and hit you over the head with them and you have to get by without making any sound effects."
"OK, now I'm the Phantom of the Opera and I throw chandeliers and if you get hit by one, you're dead."
"But I don't want to be dead.," Seconda pipes up.
"Well, you'll only be dead for three seconds. Then you'll come back to life. By the way, if it touches your skin, you leak blood and the chandelier turns red. OK?"
"And then for the last level, I'll be the grim reaper and I will have a skeleton sword which makes me unable to bleed. He is your hardest enemy because if he wins then he throws a portal at you and you go through it and begin all over again."
A lot of the time what they play sounds painfully dull but this game is off the hook. If I had more energy, I'd totally play this. As it is I'll have to just listen in and blog about it.