g shock manufacturer Here is a quick breakdown of how a game works. You give the very first student five words. For example, allowing him these words: zombies, gun, nightmare, baseball game and frightening. Then the student will likely produce a story about a nightmare, where frightening zombies appeared with a baseball game anf the husband was required to protect himself with a gun. Then the next student continue this nightmare story with a new pair of five words allowing her. The game continues until all the students have told a quick story. Games and popular movies have always gone hand in hand, and things haven't delayed despite lackluster reviews with the majority of game adaptations of movies. Some movies seem like they would come up with a good game, and some get game adaptations that leave you wondering why the developers even bothered. Some people say the issue is that movies run just couple of hours and games should deliver at least four times that, so lots of filler content is required. This is my list, in no particular order, with the top five worst video games based on movies. We all remember traditional animation, that was carried out with hand drawn art. A group of animators illustrated and colored the photos on celluloid. The celluloid was transparent sheets, the location where the hand drawings were transferred. Each of these "cells", as they were called, were then photographed individually using a super 8 or Oxford camera. Whew ! Lots of work? Well eventually, technology has allowed animators to make use of CGI or Computer Generated Imagery to change the "painful" frustrating work of the past.