Within a universe consumed by nuclear fallout and the horrors of Liberal Arts degrees, Paradigm hosts a unique blend of the grotesque and the human, the past and the future, and the funny and the disturbing that speaks to the player in a very relatable way. Paradigm takes the traditional idea of a comedic point-and-click and injects it with unexpected themes and ideas that darken the story yet add life and humor to the game and creates a quite unique experience. With this in mind, Paradigm himself has one true objective: finish the phat beatsies on his upcoming EP. As a point-and-click, the simple gameplay leaves more breathing room for its core elements that make the game unique: the art, characters, music, and story.
Paradigm Review - Steam Shovelers
This is awesome!!!! They are prepping for this new era and album to be a huge sucess!!! I've always predicted that Janet would have some sort of paradigm shift in the future I just didn't know this is how she would go about it.
For years I have talked about two paradigms- dominion and domination. How you view the world makes a huge difference in the results you get in your life. Domination requires that someone is better than you or inferior to you, that events or actions are right or wrong, and people are richer or poorer. It is almost impossible to feel safe or to relax when the world is your opponent.
It is easy to mistake the United States for an empire. But as John D. Kelly explains here, the American approach to global relations is best understood as a competition—one in which the United States, through the reshaping of economic theory and the global economy itself, imposes its own rules on a game played to win. How and where the United States implements these rules can be tracked through complexities in diplomacy and business. But Kelly here cleverly uses the quintessential American game of baseball to show how the United States maintains and advances its dominance over other nations.