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  Posted: September 22, 2020      Views: 8

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JAKE P. 
Husband, father, grandfather, retired middle school counselor, and beginning writer. One self-published middle grade novel on Amazon titled "Cat Through the Wormhole". Member of CyFair Writers group. Interested in joining NaNoWriMo in November.

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"Another Game?" by Jake P.



"Another game? What do ya say? I'll give you the northern hemisphere and ten points."

Ten years in a space ship is boring, but Ge'gut was tired of playing Earth with Samut. The lizard was a genius at computer technology, and he never lost at computer games. Ge'gut was an engineer-- a fixer. He could repair anything on the ship given enough time, but a computer fanatic, he wasn't.

"Come on. Just one more game then we can cook the human for supper. I know how much you love a juicy liver haggis."

"All right. One game, but I want twenty points."

Ge'gut sent a category 5 hurricane to New Zealand, and followed it with a sixty foot tsunami. He killed thirty thousand humans.

Samut produced volcanic eruptions in a ring of fire across the San Andreas Fault. He killed fifty thousand, and the volcanic ash killed a million more.

Flash Fiction contest entry
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