Maybe it’s about time I buy a Wii to replace my old trusty GameCube…
But the Wii Vitality Sensor? I don’t really get it. I guess it could possibly add another dimension to the Wii Fit games. But I’m not sure if I would want some odd dongle on my finger.
Haha. I loved Monkey Island! I don’t love Penny Arcade nearly as much though, but I do read it occasionally and sometimes it’s even funny. So I’m going to try out the demo and see if this game is anything to have.
Today I found two new board games.
It’s got suicide bombers, political kidnaps and intercontinental war. It’s got filthy propaganda, rampant paranoia and secret treaties…
… and the Axis of Evil is a spinner in the middle of the board. You can fight terrorism, you can fund terrorism, you can even be the terrorists. The only thing that matters is global domination – err, liberation.
The next game will also most likely become a classic. It’s called Intelligent Design Versus Evolution and it as good as you might think.
But the truth is that this game was deliberately and intelligently designed to help fight against the brainwashing of an entire
generation. It clearly shows that the modern Darwinian theory of evolution is arguably the greatest hoax of modern times.
Brilliant, don’t you think?
via Erik Stattin
Idag så finns det en artikel i DN om Second Life. Kul att det börjar uppmärksammas i de större tidningarna.
Jag har ju dock inte provat Second Life själv ännu, jag var på gång för ett tag sedan men det verkade som man måste dedikera lite tid i början så man förstår hur det funkar och hittar runt och så, och den tiden hade jag inte. Men det kanske är dags för ett nytt försök snart!
From reading joey interactive I found Limbo, a totally mindblowingly beautiful game! The noir-style graphics are stunning and the video teaser leaves you wanting more, much much more. The game seems to be a 2D platform problem solving game quite much like the legendary cult game Another World, the game I loved as a kid.
While searching around I found out that Limbo is developed out of Copenhagen in Denmark, and they are looking for a C programmer to work on the 2D gamelevel editor. Maybe it’s time to move abroad again!
As a sidenote, how come so many game development companies are located in Copenhagen? Io Interactive are also Danish. Funny.