For the first category we have the winner of Yeah League, a.k.a. It was our largest submission in size by far and was downright pleasant to look at while exploring. We really enjoyed climbing over giant pixelated renditions of Yeah Jam Fury, based on sprites created by our very own SSF2 dev Friend Alias (a.k.a. And finally Kirbyrocket’s “Thinking Outside” stage was a mighty contender for Fury League.Just loading the stage in the builder caused our computers to chug, so this must have taken some massive amount of patience! It showcased a funky physics exploit that slipped under the QA radar (but honestly aren’t all bugs just features?Combat veteran John Parker didn’t attack the gunman at Oregon’s Umpqua Community College in early 2015.Although Parker was armed and held a concealed carry permit, he stayed hiding in a classroom.It’s been an exciting past couple of weeks judging your submissions, and we’re finally ready to announce the winners of our Stage Builder Contest for Yeah Jam Fury! This gnarly award goes to Drarky’s stage named “I miss the old pogo SFX” (sorry dude, perhaps a future DLC? This stage pushed our coordination skills to the limits by requiring extremely precise reaction time and control. After calming down and thinking critically about the situation we managed to finally snag that mango. All three winners of these categories will be receiving a 0 Amazon e Gift Card, a Steam Key for the game, copies of our soundtracks, as well as this poster of a real mango: Mango Poster Congratulations you three!It may have taken 500 attempts to clear some of these stages but we’ve completed them all and are excited to share our top picks! This one goes to “The Keeper of The Forest” stage by Anton G. Our fingers became basically defunct once we finally cleared it. Before closing, we also have some runner-ups in each category that we think deserve honorable mention: First runner-up was Len’s stage named “YJF Printer: Yeah, Jam, and Fury”, a strong candidate for the Yeah League.Try out the free online demo right in the browser, or purchase today on Steam!
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Parker’s years of training alerted him to the fact that opening fire on the gunman could likely do more harm than good.
“We could have opened ourselves up to be potential targets ourselves, and not knowing where SWAT was, their response time, they wouldn’t know who we were, and if we had our guns ready to shoot, they could think that we were bad guys,” said Parker, Ben Carson infamously criticized those in Oregon who stood by, claiming that he would have attacked the shooter with a group of people.
In Texas, a “good guy” tried to help a carjacking victim, but because he was improperly trained, he accidentally shot the victim in the head while the carjackers escaped.
The Texas “good guy” even fled the scene with the carjackers.
I think they would absolutely panic.” Many combat veterans believe that civilian “good guys” taking on the “bad guys” during an active shooting isn’t as simple as it seems in movies and video games.