Halloween, which takes place on Oct. 31, is only a week away, and parents are reminding their children of safety rules during a holiday like this. The folks at Adafruit Industries have not been spared. They warn that the candy they give your kids may contain... Doom.
If that confuses you, a little context: like every year, the American public panics about the infinitesimal likelihood that someone will put expensive and dangerous banned substances in kids' Halloween candy. Consequently, many are wondering whether children should be allowed to go trick-or-treating at all.
Running Doom on all sorts of things is already a gaming tradition of sorts. The combination of very low and system requirements and open source helps generate hundreds of very surprising results. The notepad, the on-board tractor computer, and the pregnancy test are just a small fraction of the items where this timeless classic has been run. And now Milky Way candy joins such items.