The monitor had powered up, the screen glowing white for several seconds before fading into…
“…I’m not sure what this is,” muttered Balthazar, with Ace looking over his shoulder.
The screen showed a grid, with a number of brown and grey tiles standing out. To the middle left was a single, yellow tile with a red dot at its center, and the entire right column was made up of similar, paler yellow tiles. In the top right corner was an icon shaped like a coffin, and in the top left sat the words “Moves 50/50”.
“It’s the control panel for…that,” Santa, with an odd smile on her face, pointed to the ground floor past the fence.
Suddenly, the grid on the monitor made perfect sense. He hadn’t been able to tell from eye level, but the wooden crates and metal boxes behind the fence were arranged exactly as the tiles on the screen. Only an odd, yellow device with a red bulb on its head stood out.
“And what is…that?”
Santa and Castiel began to laugh, looking down at a stiff piece of paper Santa held in her hands. She cleared her throat authoritatively, laughed again, and straightened up to speak.
“It’s the Pushmaster 5000.”
Santa broke down, weakly pushing the card into Balthazar’s hands as Cass clutched her arm, trying to stifle his laughter with his sleeve.
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(#it's from the original game i swear to god)