What the hell is this.
This isn’t anything at all.
You open your tool of the trade, PHOTOSHOP.
There is absolutely no way this will not end well.
You figure you might as well use this thing. It’s not like you don’t use it often, which is always.
Here you see your DESKTOP. What do you want to do?
You waddle over to your desk and examine its contents.
Firmly seated atop a cooling stand is your COMPUTING DEVICE, or LAPTOP for short. A variety of objects are connected to or scattered around it.
A DRAWING TABLET and external HARD DRIVE are hooked up to your computer. To their right is a MOTION SENSING DEVICE, also known as a KINECT, and a NINTENDO DSiXL. To the left is your WALLET, your iPOD, a WATER BOTTLE, and two GAME PAKS.
There’s nothing in the cartridge slot!
Even then, you aren’t sure if that’s even possible at the moment. The ability to enter games is probably just as fake as the Dreamatorium.
Yup, most definitely fake.
Captchalogue? Like in that one comic?
Unfortunately an abstract inventory system such as that DOES NOT EXIST in this world, among other things. You are however, able to PICK UP objects and STORE THEM if you have pockets available, via this convenient abstract inventory system in the bottom left corner of the panel.
You hold the Game Boy with your LEFT HAND.
You may not how to program, but you do know enough to say that a program written in C# would not be compatible with something like a Game Boy. Due to limitations of the time, it used a modified Z80 processor, and as such most if not all games made for it were written in ASSEMBLY, the most basic and somehow most complicated form of code, next to pure binary.
You’ve had a great interest in learning how these things worked, but it quickly became apparent you lack the patience to actually teach yourself. Nevertheless, you still find it to be an intriguing subject.
This is extremely boring. Why does programming have to be so complicated?