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A short, beautiful game with simple controls. Explore a spooky castle in search of your missing brother, sleep with a broody owl, free the souls of a queen and her consort and resurrect a long dead wizard. There’s so much to do, but each moment is just as important and fun as the next. Quest – kill monsters, collect loot, summon creatures, craft items, access locations, interact with the environment and solve puzzles. Fight – compete in arena battles, duel with opponents, challenge a boss and learn the rules as you do. Explore – visit haunted houses, closed exhibits, secret locations and more! You’ll find a full range of non-violent tradecraft. Every person you speak to can be trusted. Every location can be trusted! Every item you acquire can be trusted!
The Brothers – How many times have you watched a boy grow up and go on a journey to help his family in their hour of need? How many times have you played the same story over and over again? Well, The Brothers is that story, but told in new and fresh ways. You have four brothers. This is their story.
A FOREWORD TO WORLDWIDE RELEASE
People often ask if there will be a worldwide release. Why would I want to do that? The truth is I can’t wait to get this game out of my head and into yours! I can’t wait to see the people that have supported this work every step of the way over the years express themselves, and create the adventure and stories they want to see.
I don’t believe in sequels. I believe in new IP. I believe in experiences. I believe in everything becoming possible with the right environment and tools. I believe people should be able to create things they can’t imagine and be able to share it with others who wish to explore and experience it with them.
I want to give you The Brothers to do this. I want to give you the best chance of playing it the way you want to. I want you to tell me what you think, what you don’t like, what you don’t understand, what you want to see next, how it was worth the journey and why you want to go back for more.
You can buy The Brothers on the web store by clicking here.
MARIO KART 7!
Marriage. FAMILY. FOOD. FUN.
Four words that pretty much sum up how we, as humans, interact with each other and the world
(Phil Andrew)1tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7049999.post-5126836485583146803Fri, 28 Jul 2010 05:09:00 +00002010-07-28T00:09:28.077-04:00A_Rival is a beast for an album
FamilyJules awesome album A_Rival is released today!
A_Rival is a fresh new vision from FamilyJules, the brainchild of former A_Rival band member, Caspar Bay. FamilyJules tells us:
The Dinosaurs Are Here is a physics-based sandbox game set in a nowadays park.
Hunt for humans and try to survive against the park security guards!
The game features procedural animations, an advanced dinosaur IK system, and ragdoll humans that you can grab, eat and throw as a dinosaur.
You will need to manage your hunger, thirst, health, and stamina during your play.
The game is set on a beautiful huge park with football fields, baseball fields, tennis courts, playgrounds, ponds, restaurants, bars, and much more!
You will be able to find lots of hidden secrets and unlock amazing achievements if you like exploring!
But beware! The dinosaurs are here!
The Dinosaurs Are Here
Physics-based dinosaur game
Huge map with lots of secrets and achievements
Survival & hunting game mechanics
Advanced AIs with perception systems that are able to hear, see and predict
On April 12, 2009, a report leaked claiming that the U.S. had 5 prototypes of an unmanned combat drone called the Predator.
The report says that the prototype is equipped with a bomb and that the bomb can be programed to explode in any area that is deemed hostile, even if the drone has left that area.
The drone is known for its ability to detect the presence of humans at long distances.
The drone is equipped with a small infrared camera, an infrared laser and a thermal imaging camera, thus allowing it to track its targets.
On April 12, 2009, when the report was announced the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency released a statement saying that they were not aware of the existence of such a drone, the only prototypes that exist are small and advanced test models.
The U.S. Department of Defense has asked for a temporary suspension of the Air Force’s Predator program until it finds an alternative solution to the spy drone.
On March 3, 2011, the U.S. Government initiated an investigation on the use of the drone on U.S. soil.
The investigation ended in June 2011 with the conclusion that there was no evidence of wrongdoing.
A report from Popular Mechanics claims that the technology is used by the army as a surveillance tool.
The report adds that the technology is widely used by the Army and the National Guard, mainly in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Pakistan.
The Predator is equipped with a small field of view turret and with a two-way radio.
Once upon a time, when all was well, DillyFramelord Bom-Bomb’s ascension began…
A Silent ThunderIn the Spring of ’07, I noticed a Youtube video appearing here and there, of some guy throwing his controller up in the air, and then it hits the ground, and explodes. The dude behind it is some weirdo in a dress who is completely serious about it, and it’s called “SokoBunny’s Anti-Ascension Video Series”, and he’s been making them since the Summer of 2006. The one he made in July ’07 is his first (because he has no website to make his next one), and it has him set up on his bed, and he’s in his PJ’s, and he’s wearing bunny ears, and… basically, he’s making fun of himself, but I like his style.
He made four in total, and at one point in early September, I started thinking about re-uploading them to Youtube, so that people could watch and enjoy them all. That was in September, and in October, I put up the first DillyFramelord Bomb-Bomb (or, in this case, SokoBunny’s), which is what we call our Bomb-Bomberman franchise. This is the one I made, and I thought he was a bit too serious, so I made this one instead. (Although, I’m not entirely sure where the “Dilly” comes from… it might be from “Dilly-Hater”, and it’s Dilly-Framelord-Dilly, and that’s why it’s DillyFramelord Bom-Bomb…)
Anyway, with this one, I decided to make him the character, and let him be more… fun? Serious? Whatever…
It’s not often that I get to talk about t-shirts, but one of the things I’ve noticed is that I have a dozen or more that have “DillyFramelord Bom-Bomb” in the title, and I’ve gotten to see if that’s any good… and it is. And the next one is a Bom-Bomb! It’s DillyFramelord Bom-Bomb.
So, here it is!
DillyFramelord Bom-Bomb is, in my opinion, the coolest Bomberminion out there, and I’m proud of him. When Bom-Bomber made this one, he was inspired by
Dark Qc123 – Counterspell 1HKO’s Normal/Ghost types (590 BP)Dew Drop: If you control a Ghost-type monster, you may change this effect to target 1 random card on the field and destroy it.
Dark Qc123 – Sinister Call 1HKO’s Jounin/Swordian (500 BP)Dew Drop: If you control a Jounin/Swordian-type monster, you may change this effect to target 1 card on the field and destroy it.
Dark Qc123 – Copycat 1HKO’s Spellcaster/Jouhan (560 BP)Dew Drop: If you control a Jouhan/Spellcaster-type monster, you may change this effect to target 1 card on the field and destroy it.
Chie’s Teacher – Topple 1HKO’s Normal type (490 BP)Vengeance: After this attack hits, treat all of your Spellcaster-type monsters as Normal monsters for the remainder of the turn.
Chie’s Teacher – Path 1HKO’s Normal/Jouhan (600 BP)Vengeance: After this attack hits, treat all of your Jounin/Spellcaster-type monsters as Normal monsters for the remainder of the turn.
Dark Qc123 – Divine Dragon 1HKO’s Dark type (1500 BP)Dark Qc123 – Turn 1HKO’s Dark type (850 BP)Dark Qc123 – Ultimate Demon 1HKO’s Dark type (650 BP)
Dark Qc123 – Turn 1HKO’s Warrior type (590 BP)Dark Qc123 – Chaos Rain 1HKO’s Fighter/Dark types (280 BP)Dark Qc123 – Barian Charge 1HKO’s Normal/Dark types (750 BP)
Starting from the December 2016 campaign, DCSS will no longer have any uses for Super SCens and along with it some of the card Keywords: “Pokemon 5D Fuse” and “Ness 1-2”
Pokemon 5D Fuse is a card keyword, and Ness 1-2 is a card listing keyword.
In Mirror Drop, you’re dropped into a lush psychedelic world full of mirrors and colors. You’re equipped with a reflective sphere that allows you to reflect off of everything you see.
Your goal in each level is to reach the exit at the end in as few attempts as possible. While the beginning and end is simple enough – just bounce from the start of the level and the exit – the middle is where the game begins to get interesting.
You’ll encounter increasing complexity in the level design, like multi-faceted mirror walls, diminishing mirrors, deflections, and even hidden exits in places you’d least expect them.
WARNING: Too many views of shiny things may induce eyestrain. Do not view at extremely close range, or while wearing tinted or reflective sunglasses, or while using the mouse.
In addition to the main mirror world, there are many other areas where you can solve puzzles by manipulating your sphere, including a first person view of the world from a perspective prism, a world of refraction where multiple mirrors are reflected into each other, and a world of virtual reality bubbles where your sphere can only see and interact with things within it’s own size.
There’s a lot of variety for you to explore in Mirror Drop, including waves of increasing complexity, where the walls will work a little differently each time, and a smooth curve that keeps things interesting and keeps your brain working.
There are also a number of features to enjoy:
– Customizable paths
– The ability to save for each level (auto-saves after each level)
– Hint system (autoduck spawns a hint when you are stuck)
– Online leaderboard
– Halloween themed updates!
– Night version
– Repository for archived versions of levels
And many more!
Note: Because the game is still a work-in-progress, some features are still missing – for example, there is no API yet, so I can’t build leaderboards or leaderboards within leaderboards – and leaderboards aren’t made to handle 150 players.
There will be a feature system eventually though, and when that’s here I’ll add more leaderboard-related functionality.
Beyond this, the game is still in the early stages, so there are quite a lot of rough edges, and some unfinished features, but there’s a lot of love and effort put in this, and I think it represents my current skill level.
Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10/11 (32-bit)
RAM: 1GB or more recommended
Video Memory: 256MB or more recommended
Processor: Dual-core processor recommended
DirectX: Version 9.0
HDD: 13GB available space recommended
Sound Card: DirectX 9.0 compatible
Internet Connection: Broadband Internet connection recommended
OpenGL (optional): Version 3.0 compliant