Followers of our officially licensed Tap-Repeatedly Twitter feed (accept no imitations) may have noticed that things have been a little…quiet recently. If you’ve been staring at yesterdays news for the past couple of months, then please accept our apologies. The truth is that we’ve had a rather large gremlin eating away at our system for a while now. Having despatched a crack team of axe-wielding dwarfs, dark elves and a wizard to dispose of the problem, we’re now in a position to re-commence our broadcasts to the world. Rejoice!
If you’re a Tap-Repeatedly reader who also enjoys the odd tweet, consider this a gentle prod in the direction of our feed. As well as updating followers with all the latest articles, blogs and editorials as they hit the front pages, we’ll also be giving followers a sneak peak into future ramblings and keeping our readers abreast of the latest burning issues. As an added bonus, I’m sure you can also look forward to some good old games chat and opinions, so don’t be afraid to chip in with your own thoughts and get involved.
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Thunderbirds are go!
Birds? Thunder…fast…play on a classic cartoon?
I’ll get my coat…
Lewis, I *loved* the Thunderbirds. I got it.
Thunderbird 2 was always my favourite. You never knew what you were going to get from the pods (would it be the huge drill, or maybe the submarine?).
Also, the diecast model of T2 was always really robust. That was the one I could slam about into other toys (usually Transformers or a Hulk Hogan action figure) and it would always be fine. Thunderbird 3 had too many rubber bits that would easily bend out of shape. Bleurgh.