Tuesday, April 22, 2008

S: The case of the zombie inducing video game part 2

S readied the gun then thought "The person's inside might be a good guy or a bad guy, I don't want to shoot the wrong person"

So she kicked down the door and yelled "FSB".

Inside there were 3 persons and they were watching the movie "Day Watch"..

"Hands up everyone, and do not move" said S as she pointed the gun at the 3 persons.

"Who is the developer of the game?" asked S

"I am the developer of the game, my name is Sasha" said one of the guys.

"Are you from the mafia, I will pay you the money I owe you soon" said Sasha.

"I just want to see the source code of your game" said S as she put away her gun.

The developer showed her to a terminal and type the commands.

S looked at the codes..

"Hmm, this code uses object oriented design with behaviors for each object, and constructors and destructors. Nothing strange here"

Show me the class diagram and use case model, asked S.

S looked at the use case and class diagram.

Finally S took out her PDA and connected to the computer using usb port.

Scanning ...

No virus detected ....
No subliminal messages detected ....
No trojan horse detected ...

"Ok, thanks, sorry to trouble you, said S as she threw an envelope containing USD1000 to the developer of the program and walked away.

As S walked down the snowy lane, she concluded "Its not the game that turned the students into zombies, but the students are already zombies, but used the came as an EXCUSE..."

4 comments:

Jwo-Haur said...


Looking for bloodshed
But fed with computer talk
What anticlimax


(I'm going to continue doing this Haiku thing until you get fed-up and ban me from your blog, mua-ha-hahahaha)

SMS said...

S is the less violent out of the two :P

Jwo-Haur said...

By the way, every time I came to your blog, I got this surreal sense of space-time discontinuity...

...(think 2001:Space Odyssey)...

...(think The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy)...

...(think...)...

Please change to local time-lah!

SMS said...

There is a rip the time-space continuity.

Local time is so boring ....