Entertainment Editor
03.04.10 5 Comments

Jordan Verner posted youtube videos of himself playing “The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time”, asking for help to beat the whole game.  Roy Williams and three other Zelda fans granted his wish, spending two years assembling a written script of moves.  Jordan’s computer read the script aloud while he played.

An average gamer will take about a week to play through the entire thing, but this project took almost 2 years and more than 100,000 keystrokes. Finally, Jordan beat the entire thing.  “I felt great,” said Jordan. “I felt strong. I felt like the sky’s the limit.  Our school’s motto — and I live by it — is the impossible is only the untried,” said Jordan. [Geekologie]

That’s also my cat’s motto every time she tries to Kitty Pryde her way to the front yard even though there’s no cat door.  Pay me for the door repair charge!  Oh, right, you don’t have a bank account.  Ha, cats are losers.  You don’t even have pockets.

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