She looked up at the distraction, pressing the PAUSE button.
"Oh, well, the Ball is going to be over soon, but no one really wants to leave, so... Someone proposed that we make a guild! A few people offered to donate in order to get it set up, but System wasn't sure about whether or not she was going to make it yet." she said.
She paused Pong again.
"Well, like I said, System wasn't sure. I think she said that she'll PM everyone if she wasn't able to get back onto the board again, but... Seeing as the Ball hasn't, for whatever reason, ended yet, she might very well log on again before she has to." she said.
"Either way, you should probably ask System if you could help if you want to. Does this mean that you woud join the Guild if someone created one?"
"Hey, Kibichu," said a voice behind the two girls.
"Oh, Pong. My favorite!" the girl said, and added, "I like old games."
The strange girl sat cross-legged, indian-style beside Kibichu, watching the game.
"I would join," she added.
"Hey, Popcorn!" Kibichu said, recognizing the newcomer.
"Want to play?" she asked, offering up the datapad.
"I was going to keep searching the pile- it's possible that there are a few more. Maybe something like Pacman- these games usually come in groups."
Kibichu dove back into the pile. She found a few more chips, but it was impossible to tell what was on them until she had the datapad back. For now she just made a small pile, along with a few other things she found- a broken Tag Orb, a little mechanical mouse- even one of those ancient Tamagachi toys.
"Ooh..." she said as she looked it over. It seemed to be alright, except that its casing was broken and a couple circuits were damaged. The battery also needed replacing.
Using a sheet of scrap steel as a makeshift desk, she pulled a small little thing that looked like a minuscule screwdriver out of her coat pocket and began poking around inside the damaged casing.
"Oh, I hope she decides to do it." she mumbled distractedly as she worked.
"I would love to be in a Guild like this..."