On BMO's sides, the letters "BMO" are printed, indicating it's name.
BMO's arms emerge from the center of the "O." There are also what appear to be holes for speakers at the tops of BMO's sides.
If they are right, the dealer must drink, and they get another turn. This is the only drinking game for 2 people that requires a deck. “Never have I ever…” If the other person has done it, he/she must drink. This is a good drinking game for a large party too. Take turns guessing where your opponents “battle shots” are. (taking a sip is too little, but chugging a whole drink is too much- that’s why we suggest splitting the drinks into multiple cups) The first player calls out of a letter.
While moving from place to place, enemies will appear on the screen as pop-ups, forcing you to stop what you’re doing to kill a skeleton or vanquish a bandit.BMO looks like a half-Macintosh half-Game Boy Color with Atari 2600 controllers. BMO is a medium-sized teal/blue-green handheld gaming device, sometimes appearing with one or two controllers attached to it. BMO is about 12.25 inches wide and 20.1 inches tall.BMO's front includes an arrow pad, a floppy disk slot, multiple different shape buttons, two controller sockets, and of course the face, or screen.All the elements of a '90s era PC GUI have been given an RPG twist in Kingsway, with your Internet browser acting as your world map, your backpack being hidden within your computer’s file folders and fetch quests coming up as spam emails in your “Quests” program.You’ll have to juggle your inventory and health between multiple windows, with players being able to set out their desktop in any way they like to help aid their daily questing.