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Welcome to the news section, which will be updated on a daily basis or when something interesting is available to write about.
A lot of the news will be text only. This is because most news are usually rumours and inaccurate.
If I take any news from any other site, I will mention where it came from.
23rd of May, 2011
Freeware Game Pick: Gunroad (HamCorossam)
If you have fond memories of the light gun-equipped
arcade machines from the '80s, then you'll be very familiar with how
Gunroad works. The screen scrolls automatically as enemy
soldiers pop into view to shoot at you, so it's up to the player to take
them down quickly while there is still a window of opportunity and an
element of surprise. Retaliate slowly, and you'll lose a few points of
health and get that much closer to defeat.
Browser Game Pick: Raid Mission (GamePirate)
Raid Mission tries hard to be an arresting
experience but it doesn't quite make the cut. However, it doesn't change
the fact that the game is relatively entertaining; it just could have been
so much more.
Freeware Game Pick: 0.AD (Wildfire Games)
Described by one of their many commentators as akin
to 'Age of Empires in 3D', 0 A.D is a pretty snazzy offering that
real-time strategy fans might just want to snatch up. I mean, for one, in
spite of the considerable polish, 0 A.D is free. Yes, that's right. Free,
open-source, cross-platform and dedicated to the tribulations of ancient
Browser Game Pick: The Dreamerz (Rob Donkin/RobotJAM)
The latest point & click adventure from Rob Donkin
and RobotJAM looks and feels like a children's story book. It also reminds
me a lot of Super Mario Galaxy, something that could be attributed to how
the individual planets have been assembled and the way the protagonist has
to bounce from one spherical world to another.
20 Minutes of cam footage of Final Fantasy Type-0
18th of May,2011
2BadCompany would like to know if anyone would play the game below if they released it. If you're interested, then pop off to their forum and tell them. More
I have always been a fan of Virtua Cop style shooters and Takahiro Miyazawa has released a browser game on his site called Nobuyuki Forces 4. Why not give it a try. More
A Knight's Quest - Quest for Milk (Juice-Tin)
Juice-Tin's latest game A Knight's Quest: Quest for
Milk is absolutely ridiculous. Ridiculous in a good way, mind you but
still ridiculous and also a surprising amount of fun to play. Filled to
the brim with pop-culture references, it's an adventure game of sorts that
will have you in the role of Knight, a slightly mean-spirited chap in blue
armor who is out to get his mother more milk. Now, as is the case in all
good quests, things are never that easy. In fact, there's even a giant
department store outside (which takes the form of a castle, interestingly
enough) called 'Everything but Milk' that seems to be there just to spite
15th of May,2011
One exam down and two left to go and then I'm free for a while. I wish I had some money though, but who doesn't.
The Sony Network is now a work in progress according, but when will it function propperly?
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 - America Teaser
3rd of May, 2011
Time flies when you're having fun. It's been nearly two weeks since my last post. WOW!
Browser Game Pick: Sci-Fighters (Dim/Flukeduke)
"Oh, god." Two words I don't expect to reveberate on
loop when I'm playing a quirky little Flash game. While there is not even
a whiff of cartoony violence anywhere to be seen,
Sci-Fighters is strangely horrifying once
you've gotten into it.
Browser Game Pick: Transylvania (Begamer)
Transylvania is adorable in a slightly
peculiar sort of fashion. After all, you don't always get terrified
potato-men stranded in the middle of a creepy countryside all too often.
Done entirely with silhouettes, Transylvania is one of those little
point-and-click adventures that require you to solve the puzzles in each
screen in order to allow the hero to move from point A to point B.
22nd of April, 2011
Time flies when you're having fun. A week has passed so quickly and not a lot has happened. Let's have a look of the best of the week that was.
Tale of the Last Promise trailer
Freeware Game Pick: Life Fortress Volcabamba (Zakuro Fantasia)
Life Fortress Volcabamba is a
horizontal-scrolling shooter which mimics the style of classic MSX games,
created using a rather popular programming language in Japan called
Hot Soup Processor (HSP). There are no
power-up items or options to collect here, although you can change the
direction of your shots using one of the two switching methods available
for selection at the start of the game. Players can choose to set the
direction of their shots by pressing the fire button and a cursor key at
the same time, or have their shots rotated clockwise whenever the X key is
Trailer: Garshasp: The Monster Slayer (Dead Mage Studio)
Matrix Cat Fight funny
14th of April, 2010
The cliché about men thinking with their dicks may not be true, but when I read an article about a Japanese director's first thoughts about the Nintendo 3DS being that the fans would love to see 3D breasts, I start to think that there may be some truth to it. More
According to Naoki Yoshida, Producer of Final Fantasy XIV, the game will soon have materia for crafting. How about fixing the problems with the game engine and make it run properly. That way, someone with a PC that isn't less than a year old can play the f**king thing. More
Pop Tart Cat
9th of April,2011
I think I'm getting bored of Anime; especially Anime that focuses on a bunch of clichéd teenagers. How many times do we have to look up some girls skirt, whether we want to or not. It was funny about twenty years ago but now I find it creepy; maybe I'm just getting old. So if anyone out there has some suggestions for anime movies and tv series that is peodo-porn or has women wearing next to nothing, I will be glad to give it a try, but that eliminates almost three quarters of all Anime.
It has been a slow week and nothing interesting has turned up. Don't blame me, I'm just the messenger.
Is it me or is Soldier of Fortune 2 f**king hard. I'll have to play the game on a lower setting; it's handing me my arse and it sucks! LOL
2nd of April, 2010
Better late than not at all; I wrote a small script to the movie screen called Amazing Grace
Here's a funny April fools joke regarding a new Super Mario Bothers movie.
Duke Nukem forever throwing turds
26th of March, 2011
It's amazing how quickly time passes. I still haven't uploaded that script yet. I'll try and get it up this Sunday. I have too much homework.
A very funny Gearbox clip
Bob+FrantomenK: The Swedish Bundle of Joy
pay-what-you-want sale currently on puzzler Bob Came In Pieces
from Ludosity. The game, along with the album The Massacre by FantomenK
can be picked up for whatever price you desire (with a minimum of $2) for
both PC and Mac.
A love letter to the classic indie bullet hell
shooter Warning Forever,
Infinity Danger is now available to
download from the Xbox Live Indie Games marketplace.
18th of March, 2011
I will be posting my first script some time tomorrow. It is a 5 minute short and I hope you like it.
On the 29th of March, 2001, a game using the Source engine. What got my interest was a dinosaur that looks like a tank. The game took over two and a half years. More
Drinking games for Mario Kart
10th of March, 2011
I'm not keen on the HTML 5 nonsense; it keeps asking to save some file which has nothing to do with my main page. I could learn to write my web code in Wordpress, but I'm not getting paid for this shit.
If you're a cheating bastard like me, you might find this unlimited money cheat in Dragron Age 2 useful.
Here's a tech demo of Epic's new game called Samaritan
8th of March, 2011
I don't know what university was like in the past, but they seemed to designed to make life as difficult as possible to get a decent grade: Ambiguous language, not following the instructions for electronic submissions and I don't think a native Spanish speaking person should be teaching English language.
Trailer: Fallen Frontier (Moonshot Games)
With a production crew that consists of ex-Bungie
Studios employees, I would have thought that Fallen Frontier would
features an interface akin to those in your standard first-person
shooters. Interestingly enough, it doesn't. Moonshot Games' upcoming title
is a 2D sidescrolling shooter that will feature both single player and
co-operative play, something that seems almost mandatory in the genre.
Trailer: Viriax (locomalito)
6th of March, 2011
How time flies when you're have fun. I'll try to update the site news bi-daily. So, please be patient with me. You could actually contribute if you want, it is our site and not just my site. HA HA HA HA!
Trailer: Bumpy Road (Simogo)
Bumpy Road is a charming game about a car
and its journey along a perilous road. Coming soon for your iThing, the
game sees you touching the screen to manipulate the road and surrounding,
pushing and bouncing the car to safety.
21st of February, 2011
For the last week I have spent re-installing windows, checking for Viruses and re-installing all my programs because of a java script that contained some nasty questions. So I wrote a small piece asking the question, are viruses killer reliable?
Browser Game Pick: SHOC Trooper (Ruben Garza)
SHOC Trooper is an isometric exploration
shooter that feels rather amateurish, yet enjoyable enough. You are the
SHOC Trooper, and you are set on various missions to kill aliens and
clones and other sci-fi thingies.
Browser Game Pick: Rebuild (Sarah Northway)
In essence, Rebuild is a city-building simulation
game, the kind that requires to balance resources and expand your
territory. However, unlike its cousins-in-genre, Rebuild doesn't come with
a fertile plot of land to work with. Instead, what you have here is a city
devastated by your standard zombie infection. As the leader of a battered
group of survivors, you're going to have to scavenge for food and recruit
new people, balance guard duty with excursions into the unknown, deal with
rival gangs, stray dogs and the omnipresent of zombie attacks. While
zombie games are a dime a dozen these days, Rebuild stands out as one of
the few that requires you to work on the administrative duties behind
9th of February, 2010
This woman below is called Haruna Ikezawa and she lost her PSP. She wasn't bothered about the fact that her machine fell out of her pouch whilst waiting for a train. How do you accidentally not notice a machine that could be used as a weapon dropping on the floor? She's upset at the fact that her Monster Hunter saves, which she has invested over 70 hours on would be lost. The moral of the story is to not be an idiot! More
On the weekend I got to play with the Nintendo 3DS. We were not allowed to take any pictures of the games, but keep an eye out for Kid Icarus. The screen was crystal clear but did not impress me enough to buy another hand held console. I only recently bought a PSP. The games will sell well but I don't really want to play the same franchises in a pseudo 3D.
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