A day at peace, hopefully (closed, Paddy and Sapphire) Mar 29, 2018 2:35:45 GMT
Post by Purple on Mar 29, 2018 2:35:45 GMT
"We're here already? But I'm only halfway through FingerDash!" Sapphire rudely moaned. She stayed where she was, playing the game. "Sapphire! Put it down," Juni snapped. She also noted that Sapphire was being rude. As Peridot tried not to actally touch the amethysts for fear of accidentally dropping his hologram, he walked along. Soon, he just couldn't take it. Racing faster than the Amethysts wanted him to go, he made sure they noted he was going faster than he appeared to be. As if he was on a wheel. "Peridot, what the hack are you doing???" Sapphire said. The cyborg dropped his hologram, revealing his real body. Knowing everyone but his friends would be startled and frozen by this occurrence, he just stood there on his one wheel. Making sure everyone would stare at him, he displayed a brave face. Not that he was brave. Sapphire and the others walked to where he was standing, though they just faced the opposite direction. "Peridot, that was kinda pointless," Juni said. Peridot didn't really care, he just wanted to try and stun everyone in the room. He liked being flashy. A lot of gems recognized Stampy as the "Runaway Cat Jasper." That's pretty much who he was. He was a runaway, he was a cat, he was a Jasper. Noting that the fellow Sapphire was curious about Geometry Dash, Sapphire looked at the holotech equipment, tapped a few buttons, and clicked "Connect." She tapped "Download Data from Object" tapping the name she displayed her tablet as. She had a look, getting used to the controls, and tapped on the application with a square jumping over a triangle, trying to figure out how to download Geometry Dash on the Holotech Panel. She found a button saying, "Download Data" and clicked it. Soon, the same icon of the square jumping over a triangle was on the panel. "I figured out how to download GD on Homeworld stuff!" she said. "Now you can play it." Actually, it turned out she had just broken her own tablet. She looked at the game on her tablet, it was fine. She looked at the game on Paddy's panel, it had her progress. Sapphire deleted that, she didn't want Paddy having all that stuff without even learning how to play. She then logged Paddy out of her account. Wondering how she did it so well when she was used to human tech, she checked to make sure nothing got destroyed. Nope, everything was perfectly in place. How would a human game work well on a Homeworld device? She just walked where the amethysts were taking her.