Pajama Sam: Where do I begin?
This game right here, Pajama Sam's Lost & Found. This game is the Citizen Kane of the digital world. It is so perfect, you would need to destroy
it to make it any less good. I first recieved this from a friend. He sent it to me as a gift, and he said "You gotta play this." At first I was sceptical. Was this Pajama Sam game any good? What would it be like? These questions were soon to be answered.
I installed the game. The 30 second download and installation time was a long wait, but, it was indeed worth it. I loaded the game. Instantly, all I hear is clapping, like the game itself is congradulating me for installing the game. After that, I see a suggested age that says "3-8 Years Old". This was a false suggestion. No mere child could see how great this game was truly. I opened up the game, and was instantly shocked by how amazing the opening scene was.
A man, alone on his planet. It is his planet. He was strong enough to live there by himself. Without any warning, a spaceshuttle comes by, and lands on his planet. The man, enjoyed to see someone other than himself, welcomes the visitor in open arms. The visitor was a monstrosity that was out of Lovecraftian mythos. It rejected the man's offer of peace, and instead chose an offer of war. The man agreed to this war, just to defend his own planet. Everything stops. A woman's voice asks if someone would cleanup their room. This person was a god, who orchestrated the events on the planet. This person... was Pajama Sam.
Pajama Sam put on his glorious red cape, and ran under his bed to find lost goods. After arriving under his bed, they were suddenly in a river. Sam leapt onto a boat, and then a wonderful German voice greeted me. After this point, my 32-core, 50 TB computer with 24 GTX 780 Ti's with Liquid Nitrogen cooling seemed to be having a panic. Weird sounds began to spew out, and then... BANG
. My computer exploded, caught fire, and died. It had seemed like Pajama Sam had destroyed my computer with its sheer minimal requirements. I still know the glory of Pajama Sam today.