Monthly Archives: May 2008

The Truth About Piracy

Check out Shamus Young’s latest article on Piracy. It’s pretty much on the mark. Proper post to come later, after class.

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Anyway: Zenith Horizon

So now I’m going to finally write about Zenith Horizon. The short version: it’s a little disappointing, but not bad overall. At the presentation, we got a glimpse of the game in action, so I had some idea of what … Continue reading

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Working

Not that anyone reads this weblog much, but I’ve been itching to update. I didn’t update when I thought I was going to because I spent what was originally just going to be a monday afternoon that turned into a … Continue reading

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Be There Or Be Square

It’s time for Game Design Class Presentations again! The Game Design 4 guys are showing off their finished Zenith Horizons game tonight in the Cim building auditorium on the Blackwood campus. It’s supposed to start at 7:00, but it’s probably … Continue reading

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D&D4 Update

I meant to post about this last monday, but for various reasons didn’t, despite the fact that I found the time to write about other things. However, the news has gotten around on sites that get far more traffic than … Continue reading

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Recursive Portal

As I will point out in the Orange Box Manifesto if I ever complete the darn thing (and I’m planning to work on it in the break between spring and summer semesters), Portal: The Flash Version is one of the … Continue reading

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3D!? What, do you think you’re a spaceman!?

This cracked me up. Don’t forget to click on the BASIC on the monitor at the end for a little extra easter egg. (For context, check out this extremely well-paid commercial advertisement and the rest of the Homestar Runner website. … Continue reading

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