Free Stuff: Candidates Made into Spore Characters

November 1, 2008 -

Maxis has crafted the 2008 presidential tickets for Spore users.

From the press release:

For a bit of fun, EA’s Maxis studio has created the presidential and vice presidential candidates in the critically-acclaimed video game, Spore. Created with the game’s Spaceship Editor, players can download the characters, drag them into Spore to edit – even subscribe to the Sporecast and meet them flying around in Space! 

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Re: Free Stuff: Candidates Made into Spore Characters

Ha! Just like our candidates will crash our country, so to does spore crash our computers!

They'll get it right 5 times! But after that you'll have to call and beg them to not screw us over!

Re: Free Stuff: Candidates Made into Spore Characters

...because we need another reason to never touch Spore...

Re: Free Stuff: Candidates Made into Spore Characters

agreed, haha

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Re: Free Stuff: Candidates Made into Spore Characters

... Oh God.. Does anyone else sense the oncoming McCain/Palin SPORN?

My life will officially be over...

Re: Free Stuff: Candidates Made into Spore Characters

Something's wrong with Sarah Palin. Where's her aura of pure, dark evilness from which no good can escape?

---You are likely to be eaten by a Grue.

---You are likely to be eaten by a Grue.

Re: Free Stuff: Candidates Made into Spore Characters

I say, bring on the candidates in Sackboy form for LBP.

 

*I'd argue with Jack Thompson, but it's just easier to call him an idiot.*

*Jack Thompson loves it when people argue with him. He whacks off to it! DON'T FEED THE TROLL!*

Re: Free Stuff: Candidates Made into Spore Characters

 Is McCain storing nuts?

Re: Free Stuff: Candidates Made into Spore Characters

Just say EA because Maxis no longer exist, only Will Wright.

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TechnogeekThat's a police union.07/07/2015 - 8:43pm
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Goth_SkunkeZeek: No, I do not agree they are union members.07/07/2015 - 7:48pm
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Goth_SkunkeZeek: Non-union employees have no right to attend meetings or union convention/AGM, or influence policy. The only time they get to vote is whether or not to strike.07/07/2015 - 6:24pm
Infophile(cont'd) about non-union police officers being given hell until they joined the union.07/07/2015 - 4:58pm
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TechnogeekTeachers' unions? State legislatures. UAW? Just look at GM's middle management.07/07/2015 - 3:05pm
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Goth_Skunka mutually agreed upon charity instead.07/07/2015 - 2:33pm
 

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