I’m sure many of you in the blogosphere have read the news that Tim Templeton has suffered a stroke. This is a tragedy for all those in his life, and for his loved ones. We’re in a world of technology where we can’t help everyone if we can’t function. Tim has been in and out of the hospital over the last year and a half and is now back to his usual productive life.
Tim Templeton is our latest entry in a long line of amazing developers who have been affected by the current pandemic. There is no doubt that Tim’s work has been an inspiration to many through the years, as it has given hope to people who have otherwise gone through life without any hope. Tim is a true hero.
Tim is currently working on a new game called The Last Resort, which is due out this summer for the PS4 and Vita. It is essentially a sequel to Tim’s own game Timmy Templeton that was released a few years ago. In Tim’s game the story was set during the time of the pandemic, and the idea of a sequel was brought up by the developers.
The pandemic was a real time in the history of the world, and while the pandemic itself was a real thing that affected many people, the time the pandemic affected is the time of the pandemic. The games story takes place during one of these pandemic’s time periods, and it was the time of the pandemic that led to Tims game being made into a proper sequel.
The pandemic and the outbreak is a real time in the history of the world, but to make this sequel a real time, the game will have to be set in the future of the world. The game will take place during the time of the pandemic but will be set in the future. It would be easy to set up a timeline where the pandemic itself is the cause and only the pandemic is the result, but that wouldn’t work for a sequel.
Like the sequel, the pandemic and outbreak is a real time in the world but to make this sequel into a real time, it would have to happen in the future of the world. This means the game would have to be set in the future of the world. A game set in the future of the world wouldnt work because of time. A future time wouldnt work because of the pandemic. A time before the pandemic.
The pandemic itself is the reason for the outbreak, and the outbreak is the result. But if a sequel were to set in the future of the world, it would simply require the pandemic to happen again, and the outbreak to happen again. That would have to mean that the pandemic itself and the outbreak are in fact two separate events and that the pandemic and outbreak are each a separate time.
Timmy seems to have a slightly different take on this though. He argues that a sequel should be set in the present, because that’s where the pandemic first occurred. He also points out that the pandemic is not the same as the outbreak, because the outbreak was a virus that spread to the entire world. Timmy thinks that the way a sequel works is that the pandemic is a prelude to the outbreak.
Timmy thinks that the pandemic is a prelude to the outbreak. This is a very different take on the pandemic, because the pandemic is the event that actually created the outbreak, not any subsequent effects. The pandemic only caused the virus to spread to the rest of the world.
Timmy thinks we may have been running into one of the worst pandemic outbreaks in gaming history. He doesn’t think the virus was at work on the west coast, so he thinks this is an accurate description of what the virus is that was able to spread.