Monthly Archives: November 2010
For those who aren’t aware, Steam is a site/program/service run by the creators of Half-Life, Portal, and Team Fortress, VALVe. The service includes a program that a player can install on their computer, allowing non-invasive DRM on the company’s games … Continue reading
For those who are interested, there seem to be hostings of the game Magic: The Gathering in the Student Center Tech Rec on Tuesday nights, from 6pm until 11pm. I’m not sure if this trend will continue over the holiday … Continue reading
Pinochle is a card game that may family has played for as long as I can remember. Given my interest in card games, and the recent revitalization of playing the game at my home, I thought I’d share the game. … Continue reading
Labeling Images using a computer game.
This site has many fun games to play to freshen up your mind. These games are named Yeti Sports 🙂 http://www.1001webgames.com/product/yetisports
The long-lived space MMO EVE Online is introducing characters that a player will be able to move around the inside of space stations, breaking away from its original ship-only design. The following linked article is short and is centered around … Continue reading
Horde of Directors was designed and developed specifically for theVideogames with an Agendaexhibition, London UK Fall 2004. I was created by myself and T. Michael Keesey. The game was also exhibited at State of Play: Games with an Agenda, at the Australian … Continue reading