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"I Look Around" (GameJam Ver. Devlog)

29 May 2022 3 minute read 0 comments ahmadmanga

This is a Game Jam post-mortem for my latest Game Development project. Another Kinetic Novel: "I Look Around." As a VN, it's simpler than my previous attempt "White Room Journal" while sharing the same engine as my Game Boy game attempt "Procrastinat...

Rogue Heroes Ruins of Tasos – A broken Gem

8 Aug 2021 24 minute read 0 comments Topjer

The following article was written by my brother H4rry_H4ller and I have his written consent to publish the article here. So many games and nothing to play Me and Topjer didn’t stream for a while and we really wanted to play a game together on stream...

Get Lamp - A Text adventure Documentary

29 Apr 2021 1 minute read 0 comments hippcelt

  Text adventures or as they’re also known ‘Interactive fiction’ first came to us in the 70’s with limited sound, graphics, and processor power. The first games on home computers would hardly raise any sort of interest in the modern era. Regarded by...

Counter Strike

31 Aug 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Hephaistos

Once upon a time it was indispensable game of PC. The game is played as two sets of teams which compose of terrorists and counter terrorist. Teams are able to take weapons with the money they won in the game. SourceWhen the game is installed, you are...

Watara Supervision: the console that tried (and failed) to compete with the Gameboy.

21 May 2020 2 minute read 6 comments Mazz1983ita

With something like 130 million pieces sold since its debut in 1989, the Nintendo Gameboy is without doubts one of the best selling handheld consoles ever, and one of the pillars of videogame history. The tiny (for the times) 8-bit console teached us...

1990s Screensavers: Bad Dog!

7 Jan 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Solominer

A misbehaved dog runs around the desktop and makes mischief. The desktop in this case is Windows ME, it uses the real desktop with what ever files and folders may be on it at the time. The dog interacts with them and digs holes into the wallpaper, dr...

1990s Screensavers: Spy Dogs

6 Jan 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Solominer

Yellow dogs move across the screen doing spy related things. Like using an dish antenna, or moving top secret boxes, bombs or sniffing the ground as they walk. These yellow dogs are usually seen three at a time on the screen. And spy music is being p...

1990s Screensavers: Spirals

5 Jan 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Solominer

Similar to the last module Fractals, but in this case spirals and lines are produced. macOS has a screen saver similar but After Dark did it decades before them it would seem. In this module lines are produced, some curved others in a zig zag pattern...

1990s Screensavers: Dominoes

29 Dec 2019 1 minute read 0 comments Solominer

  Wooden blocks shaped as the game "Dominoes" are being placed across the screen, different numbers come up and placement changes as the screen resets. I like the clicking sound produced by the moving blocks. Eventhough its a pretty simple screen sa...

1990s Screensavers: Life and All

27 Dec 2019 1 minute read 2 comments Solominer

  One of the stranger modules Ive come across in the Afterdark Library of Screensavers is the Life & All module. It appears to do calculations on "things" and show the outcomes of such. It may just be all random, my maths are not up to spec to figu...