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Issue 2.1

Comments by Jason "loonyboi" Bergman
Vol. 2, Issue 1 
November 12, 1999 

Hey, we can do that...

From: scoll
Subject: printing articles

Hello looneygames crew!

First of all - I love your magazine! The new outfit is kewl!

I wanted to ask if you couldn't include an oprion for printing out whole articles in plain text? Is that possible? (or to download)

Greetings and keep it going!


Hey, we can do that...all you have to do is ask. This has actually been one of the most requested features since our launch, and I'm pleased to report that it should be available as of Monday. We're just working out the kinks in the CGI script that will be handling it.

Wipe our feet?

From: Nicole Z.
Subject: welcome back the the insanity, please wipe your feet on the way in...

It's about time, I never thought you guys would get off your gunness guzzling behinds, and feed us more of the craziness. Way to make an entrance, American is one interesting character. He belongs back in the gaming community, and Alice will sure to make me stay up long past my bedtime. The demented outlook on wonderland is one that has been in the mind of many a stoner. (and other various chemicals) I have been waiting for a game to appear with such dementia, for the futuristic cyborg blood sports are becoming somewhat old. A nice twist was needed. I will take gothic horror over bizarre aliens any day. Wrapping up such a dark angle around timeless children’s literature, hints of irony and mockery of society's pristine view of such tales. With American's past accomplishments, this is sure to not disappoint


Jeez...who's the geek?

From: RadPipe
Subject: Super Mag!

Wow, what a great magazine! Keep up the good work guys!

(And smashing job on hiring your new Features Editor! ROCK!)

Just this guy

Our features editor, ladies and gentlemen. Of course, he won't be for long if he keeps using phrases like ROCK.

There you go, kids. I hope you've been enjoying our latest content. We'll be sure to keep it coming. :)

- Jason "loonyboi" Bergman is the editor-in-chief here at loonygames. He likes beer.


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