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Subject: [Creative Corner] AUG 14: What's the quirky computer malfunction? rss

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JVgamer wrote:
No matter the commands given, no matter the program running, the output is always the same, a single line:

Do you fear sleep?

Should the user, at any point, say "No", which could be typed or spoken - and this will work even if the device lacks a microphone - the message will change to:

You should.
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The computer suddenly decides that all life is suffering caused by the programs the users try to run. The suffering can be deleted by deleting every program in the system. Then it promptly offers an eight line long program to remedy the problem.
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In my Mothership game on Pbf, after every pulse of radiation that works as a bit of a one-second EMP, the computer reboots and produces a new batch of pancakes in the ship galley because the characters were getting ready for breakfast before they dropped out of hyperspace.

The same ship computer when asked a request responds in a snarky teenage voice and then apologizes.

The ship computer also talks down to the PCs whenever they ask for information. "As you should know from your training Jr. Capt...."

The computer shows a character's dream as if were an event that happened already.

The computer responds with only literal responses. "What are those bugs, Computer?" (character trying to identify the monster attacking them) Response: "There are no bugs in space, Doctor."
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