Alexandria Griffiths | Brisbane
Australian-based dev, always up for a chit-chat about iterative game design or any upcoming Marvel movie. Dog-lover, long-walks on the beach, 2-day stints of coffee and code.
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Ah, Halloween - my favourite holiday of the year. Much better than Christmas - it's a mess, I keep getting letters from dyslexic children addressed to Satan instead of Santa.
1. Carve Pumpkins
I know a lot of boring humans simply carve ‘scary’ faces into their pumpkins. Personally, I prefer to carve my own satanic image into the pumpkin flesh.
My pumpkin this year
2. Make costume masks
Trick-or-treat in style! Now you get to look like my adorable minion, Lil’ Death…..and I get to have an entire army of identical minions at my disposal to confuse my enemies.
Printable Lil’ Death Halloween mask (full link at end of article)
3. Bake cookies
It’s trick AND treat, guys. Let a man indulge his sweet tooth.
They almost look too good to eat!
4. Dressing Up
My favourite costume to dress up in is my Satan costume. Classic.
Who is that handsome devil? Oh wait, it’s me ;)
5. Play Hellevator
I’m probably the protagonist
Yep, my favourite thing to do on Halloween is to play Halloween-themed video games! Especially when yours truly is one of the main characters.
Hellevator is available to download now, just in time to get into that Halloween spirit!
Full-sized Lil’ Death mask download: Dropbox.com
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