Tesco, one of the largest supermarket chains in the UK, has become a beautiful and beautiful place. The once bright and open society is now a dark and twisted version. It all started when an elf entered the basement and unleashed a strange wave of viral vapor. Viruses spread rapidly, infecting employees and customers and changing reality.
The City of the Infinite Sun is real and poetic. Buildings in Steam City are tall and square, with neon lights and bright accents. Palms and other tropical plants are known to cast long shadows. The sky was still red and red, and the fog covered the whole sky with soft light.
As the virus spread, the business began to decline. The walls are well painted and the floor is beautifully decorated. He likes chaos when roosters run around and cause trouble.
The streets are full of men in jackets, pants and glasses. They walk slowly, lazily, as if overthinking or exaggerating. In the distance, the sound of saxophones and synthesizers playing sweet melodies echoed through the deserted streets.
Empty store shelves are now filled with random items. The mysterious creature created by the virus has lost the game. Some appear to be modified versions of commercial products, while others are inexplicable monsters.
The living and the infected must explore this new realm in search of food and supplies. See how a virus changed the laws of physics. Gravity is unpredictable and the structure of the house moves and changes with the music.
All in all, Vaporwave City is known and unknown, the ghost town is real, beautiful and terrifying. A place out of time, where past and present meet in a unique and magical way.
Many of them seem to be building their own nest: running, stumbling and falling into the sea as if they were immune to the virus. The sick will never return because they have been destroyed by this corrupt king and evil god.
Bottom line: pizza wins. The goblins disappeared and the vapor virus began to spread. Pensions will normalize, policies will be reconciled and care will return to where it started.
Pika is considered strong and respected for its courage and determination. He decides to restore the store to its former glory and returns to work at Tesco. The memories of Tesco are still fresh in his mind, but Jay knows that the darkness has prevailed and won.
It's Fake! I just got sick of looking at this big empty space!