ARK: Survival Evolved
Stranded on the shores of a mysterious island, you must learn to survive. Use your cunning to kill or tame the primeval creatures roaming the land, and encounter other players to survive, dominate... and escape!
Whether you are drawn to Gloomhaven by the call of adventure or by an avid desire for gold glimmering in the dark, your fate will surely be the same. Gloomhaven, the digital adaptation of the acclaimed board game, mixes Tactical-RPG and dungeon-crawling.
AVA: Dark History
The events of the game happening again in the world "Koutei". Where the adventures of the heroine AVA unfolded. You will be together with the Main character to continue the journey in a dangerous world.
I haven't had a Nintendo console in decades, so I really only played the original ones.
So, I can really only go with:
A Link to the Past (SNES)
The Adventures of Link (NES)
and the original Legend of Zelda (NES)
The Adventures of Link is probably the most universally disliked in the series, but it was the first one I had and I really liked it at the time, so it holds a lot of nostalgia for me.
I did play the two N64 games, but only once so a long time ago, so while I remember enjoying them, I don't remember them well enough.
LESSON 5 - 15 Oct 2021 - https://youtu.be/7NTPj_GmyHc
A game played to the end. (Only 9'29") | Playing Go | N J Wildberger
Watch a game being played. NJ wants to show how a game ends and how the final score is counted.
You will have a chance to see some reasonable flow of moves, slow and steady.
This is leading towards the very searching question: How does a game of Go really, officially, end?
That turns out to be a rather subtle question, with a surprising multitude of answers. It will lead to a mathematical view of Go with some surprising implications!
I prefer lichess.org over chess.com simply because they do not ask for $ to access full functionality of the website.
To me, chess.com feels bloated with features I'd rarely use. I have my own sources for videos (I prefer ICC's vast library of videos). I had a paid account for about 5 years on chess.com and looking back, it felt like a huge waste of money.
To each their own though.
I have the flash standalone player on my pc and have downloaded approximately 35,000 flash swf files which run good as far as i can see.Plus i have palemoon browser for the flash plugin which palemoon still supports for the tricky games which don't work in the projector.
A lot of stuff is on the internet archive too including bluemaxima .
it was indeed sad to see flash go but i still trip the light fantastic with the setup i have.
The old site to create puzzles and games no longer exists (404), that's why I put this one, in case someone wants to create a game of this type.
Just put the title, the subtitle. Choose the difficulty and size and put the words to search.
Old Unreal Tournament has a new patch being tested
This project is another fine product from members of OldUnreal and UT99.org.
OldUnreal release thread https://www.oldunreal.com/cgi-bin/yabb2/YaBB.pl?num=1600846518
UT99.org thread https://ut99.org/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=14127
Read the info before installing
All bug reports are to be submitted in github.
Discussions here will not be monitored for issues.
This is the first release to the public for testing.
DO NOT INSTALL IN YOUR REGULAR GAME until you are sure it works with all your mods.
Install to a fresh copy of UT and then add your missing mods gradually to test.
Q: Did Epic make UT99 open source ?
Q: Will there be an RTX version ?
Q: Why is my AV warning me about libcurl.dll ? Is it a false-positive ?
A: This file is built from official source but does not include the OpenSSL component, so the binary differs from the original. The next release will be using a build that AV are happy with, but for now you can delete (if you do not host internet games) or replace with the bigger official curl build.