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Category Archives: Games
Just over a year ago, I finally joined the smartdumbphone crowd (I wibbled about my experience at the time, in case you’re interested). I’m proud of myself in that I haven’t succumbed to the urge to become a meanderthal — … Continue reading
I’ve long maintained that the deal that’s been struck by computer makers with computer users about security is very one-sided. It assumes that the user always has the nouse to deal with their end of the bargain, and that’s simply … Continue reading
Starcraft is an awesome game. But more than that, it’s a love story; one that begins with a betrayal. Sarah Kerrigan has worked hard to further the aims of Arcturus Mengsk, the Emperor of the Terran Dominion. But for some … Continue reading
Dampness on my left side. I put a hand to it; it felt slick. Drew it away, looked. My fingers: covered with blood. Suddenly queasy, uneasy — I sensed my body turn. The air moved slyly past me. I fell … Continue reading
I’ve never really been into jigsaw puzzles; I could never see the point of them. The mother of an old friend of mine really seemed to enjoy them: I bought her a puzzle once as a gift: it was a … Continue reading
For two hundred thousand years, humanity trundled along. And then the industrial revolution happened — and things took off… I recall, as a young boy, watching the Apollo 11 Moon landing. I remember looking forward to the day when I … Continue reading
Yes, it makes no sense. If everything we know and love will come crashing down around us, what’s the point? Nevertheless, it has to be… 3,252 backers $254,717 pledged of $420,000 goal 3 days to go JourneyQuest 3: go back … Continue reading
There are these three guys in Warsaw, Poland — Gustaw, Artur and Jakub — and they call themselves ‘Acid Wizard Studio‘. They’re developing a game called ‘Darkwood’ for the PC, Mac and Linux. They need help. And I’m not talking … Continue reading
A while ago, I got ‘Portal’ from Valve Software. It was clever, and fun. But, I thought, a tad limited. Then I got the sequel: Portal 2. And now, I’m totally hooked. No escape!
A while ago, I wrote about my attempts to cure a certain addiction of mine. Time marches on: as Everquest II celebrates eight years of playtime I still seek a cure: apply within… :)