Monthly Archives: May 2007
Heya SWG: I know it’s been a long time since you’ve heard from me. I’ve been busy. I got your recent email. I was going to ignore it, but I think it’s time that I tell you the reason why … Continue reading
OK, yeah, I should have been coding… But I realized that my wonderful ShuttlePro v2 is a programmable macro device, and I had yet to tinker with Lord of the Rings Online music… In my first attempt, I tried to … Continue reading
I’ve settled on “eScape” as a working title for my single-player RPG. I wanted to pick a title to hang in there with the cyberspace theme, so I investigated e-whatever and i-whatever titles. Tacky was fine with me… I wanted … Continue reading
Having nothing of any value to contribute, I leave you with the old, but classic, Big Red Button. I have no idea who originally made it.
KartOO is a fun little meta search “tool” that displays results of a search on a sort of thematic map. I queried WorldIV and got this. How appropriate that ‘noob’ is the central theme. Normally, I’d credit the site that … Continue reading
Believe it or not, I’ve been hard at work on a single-player RPG. Unfortunately, from a coding perspective, I have very little to demo just yet; therefore, I’ll stick with some design documents. So far, I’ve only touched on a … Continue reading
For this week, I will visit a genre that’s mostly dead, it seems… the Adventure Game! This was far and away my favorite genre for many years, so I have so many candidates… It’s hard to pick! Awesome Adventures (Borrowed … Continue reading