πŸ‘„ abrasive atmosphere πŸ‘„

πŸ‘„ abrasive atmosphere πŸ‘„

grumpy—goose:

The Incredible Machine 3 Soundtrack - β€œHip Hop”

This is my kind of zoppity bop.

jety-lefr:

Dreams

gogolore:

The Incredible Machine game music (Roland)

nostalgasm:

The Incredible Machine

nostalgasm:

The Incredible Machine

boxvsbox:

The Incredible Machine VS. The Incredible Machine VS. Pararancho, 1992/94
boxvsbox:

The Incredible Machine VS. The Incredible Machine VS. Pararancho, 1992/94
boxvsbox:

The Incredible Machine VS. The Incredible Machine VS. Pararancho, 1992/94

boxvsbox:

The Incredible Machine VS. The Incredible Machine VS. Pararancho, 1992/94

i took a nap at some point today i cant remember but its dark out why is it fucking 9 at night what the fuck happened how long was I asleep

vargskelethor:

I tried to draw pokemon, I really tried okay

my name is NATHAN and I use CAPITALIZED WORDS on specific NOUNS and ADJECTIVES to show MOCKERY of the webcomic HOMESTICK

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soundboard:

Kazumi Totaka - "Nintendo Wii Main Menu"

Nothing beats a videogame with an impeccable score (The Sims, anyone? Right?), but there’s something special about the music we associate with the consoles themselves, even if it’s just a tiny, sublime soundbite. Japanese composer and voice actor Kazumi Totaka did a superb job writing the music for the default Wii channels in 2006, and judging by some of his other composing credits (Animal Crossing and Luigi’s Mansion, to name two of dozens) I really expected no less. When I close my eyes and listen to this it’s like I can physically feel the stress evaporating from my body. Great for maintaining a somewhat-neutral emotional equilibrium while trying to keep your cool as you write that final paper.Β 

- Callie