Broken Time Machine Game

Discussion in 'The Coffee House' started by Prof.Bruttenholm, Feb 26, 2011.

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  1. Prof.Bruttenholm

    Prof.Bruttenholm Well-Known Member

    This game is simple, imagine you're wearing a time machine, it is the size of a bracelet and you can go anywhere in time, but it is broken.
    The person above you drops you in any place at any time and you have to answer to "what would you do?"

    For example : Germany 1909

    What would you do?

    I'd find Hitlers parents and kill his father :p

    So, let us begin

    China 850 A.D. (c.e. for history buffs) This is when gun powder was invented
    What would you do?
  2. Animosity

    Animosity Forum & Chat Buddy

    take the main ingridient in gunpowder and destroy it.

    December 7, 1941 (Pearl Harbor)
    What would you do?

    (did I do this right? xD)
  3. Prof.Bruttenholm

    Prof.Bruttenholm Well-Known Member

    There is no right or wrong, it is all about choice and having fun

    I would let it happen, who would believe me? If I did stop it then it could result in the worst massacre of WW2, however, if I did stop it I'd also stop that terrible Pearl Harbor movie from coming out :)
    I'd stop Pearl Harbor

    1620 - Plymouth, Massachusetts (Pilgrims landed Mayflower for first settlement that would become the birthplace of America)
  4. ZombiePringle

    ZombiePringle Forum Buddy and Antiquities Friend

    I would go there and try and help them survive a little bit better since the pilgrims really suffered a lot of deaths that first year.

    august 22nd 1922 (the day mick collins was assassinated)
  5. Prof.Bruttenholm

    Prof.Bruttenholm Well-Known Member

    I'd record the entire thing and keep it as a piece of history :)

    December 25, 1893, one day before the man who would become Chairman Mao is born
  6. doityourself

    doityourself Well-Known Member

    Def the 60s-70s

    and you probably dont want to know.....:laugh:
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