An extremely entertaining (and somewhat twisted) game for the Nintendo 64 in which you play a computer chip (that's right, a computer chip), that has to manipulate animals to live and to complete missions. For instance, you would have to jump inside a dog and bark around, rounding up sheep (which, when manipulated, were very weak and slow). You could play around 50 animals throughout the game, including a racing mouse that could reach speeds of 120 MPH, a hyena that laughed to kill its enemies and a polar bear army tank.
You've never played Silicon Valley?! Omigosh, you haven't lived! Actually...not many people have heard of it anyway. It's an amazing game. The world may never know.
by CyanideSara March 28, 2008
a region in Northern California along the west shore of the San Francisco Bay, that stretches from San Jose to San Francisco, that is a major center for high-tech manufacturing and numerous web-based corporations. It has a high cost of living as a result and and is among the most expenesive regions in the United States to live.
Silicon Valley has a very liberal mindset with a diverse population
by krock1dk July 27, 2007