Thursday, November 18, 2010

New Facebook Game for Astorians

This game will knock the snot out of FarmVille and all the other "Villes" out there. It will be called FlavelVille. It will be a game of sustenance where one inherits property and abandons it, but not totally. You see how long your structures will last in the elements while not paying your property taxes. You borrow money from old family friends to pay the taxes and never pay them back. They place liens on the property and you borrow from other friends and don't pay them back. You pay your bills with stolen motel towels.

Occasionally you get thrown in jail for stabbing someone or going after people with a hatchet, but this only sets you back five-hundred towels which you easily make up by favorable stories in the Astorian and the New Yorker.

FlavelVille is the ultimate on-line game for Facebook users. Rack up those points quickly because you know the tax collector, creditors, family friends, police and supporters are constantly on your heels seeking their due.

Yes, friends you will be in for generations of fun with this new Facebook game. Who needs Mafia Wars when you can play FlavelVille!


Anonymous Auntie said...

I love it! But you missed the part about wearing ladies undergarments...

Get a patent!

6:01 AM  
Blogger darev2005 said...

Do you gain or lose points when the police find a meth lab running on your property?

7:42 AM  
Anonymous cb said...

LOL! Oh, no this is too funny. People might have too much fun and actually figure out how things work (or don't work) in Astoria.

9:46 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don't forget about chopping up the beautiful rosewood banister to burn in the fireplace because it was cold and you were to cheap to buy furnace oil. Then there's the time the newspaper editors kid got caught breaking in to the basement.

10:03 AM  
Blogger g said...

Can I borrow 10k?

6:09 PM  
Blogger The Guy Who Writes This said...

Auntie, the game is in development.

Darev, someone else gets the blame. Easy way to get out of paying them back.

CB, where the future is always bright and has been since 1849.

Anon, always good stuff around that family.

g, that's all you need? How about a building on Commercial St?

5:28 AM  
Anonymous Heather said...

That's fantastic. They don't tell you that stuff on the tour.

2:44 PM  
Blogger The Guy Who Writes This said...

Heather, wait for VanDusenville to come out. So many interesting people here.

4:03 PM  

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