Recently upon enjoying a stroll on the beaches of the fortress of Hawaii Robot San had an unfortunate encounter with a “seagull” and “seaweed.” Apparently they are not compatible with his operating conditions and I was forced to find some replacement parts and software. I searched several places before finding myself in the Ala Moana shopping center. While similar design to the Ninja training school of Kobos Prime it differed significantly inside. Instead of rooms filled with deadly training apparatus and equally deadly Master Instructors. Instead I found a huge variety of shops and friendly people willing to help with your acquisition of any worldly goods you might desire. I did locate the correct hardware and programs at their “Apple” store.
I then found myself relaxing with an earthly “Mai Tai“. Unfortunately I found that while I THOUGHT it was compatible with my biology, I found out differently the following morning. I Give this shopping center 5 ninja stars. I give Mai Tais negative 3.
Every Ninja must be schooled in the full arts of continuing the civilization if something should happen. This extends to terraforming and the recreating of the Elder tradition of the Ninja. While called a “Video Game” I find it hard to believe that anything as serious as the colonization of the Galaxy is treated as a “game.” Although I did not detect any of Earth’s previous terraforming attempts while en-route to the planet I have happened upon a training simulation code named “Spore” This very detailed program was able to create the basic organisms that are needed to maintain the ecosystem all the way through the advanced science of intergalactic conquest. The only gripe I have with the program is that it does not have an accurate picture of the Galaxy. The omissions of the Frekk Nebulea? How does that really happen? The Tripoch Star formations of the galactic North? Quite something to “overlook.” Despite these short comings I most certainly will bring this back with me when I have completed my mission. I give it 5 Ninja Stars.