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  2. Rosebear reviews

    If you're looking for a romantic gift that's both sweet and unique, this red Rosebear reviews is for you. The 10-inch bear is handcrafted from artificial roses that are designed to hold their shape. The gift box with an attractive ribbon also adds to the appeal of this Valentine's Day present.
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  4. Free Music / SFX Resource - Over 2000 Tracks

    Thanks, I'm glad my music is helpful! :-) Hi Everyone, This week's brand new free music tracks are: On my Chiptunes 5 page: TECHNOCADE – (Looping) https://soundimage.org/chiptunes-5/ And on my Events/Travel 2 page: DREAMING OF ITALY https://soundimage.org/events-travel-2/ Does anyone need some custom music created? Just give me a shout! :-) In the meantime, please stay healthy and safe.
  5. Axioms Of Dominion

    Still working on this. https://axiomsofdominion.substack.com/p/the-development-trade-offs-of-axioms?r=i2fsj&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=web Just wrote a post about tradeoffs made to get more gameplay flexibility vs more AA/AAA games.
  6. Free Music / SFX Resource - Over 2000 Tracks

    Its helpful . I mean amazing
  7. Building a Free Library of Images for Everyone

    Happy Saturday Folks, This week's new free textures are on these pages: STONE - Artistic (Tile-able) VEGETATION - Artistic (Tile-able) WOOD - Artistic (Tile-able) As always, you can access them from my Free Images home page: https://soundimage.org/images-home-page/ Enjoy! :-)
  8. Age of Empires Online is back 100% Free to play, and hosted by volunteer developers in accordance with Microsoft's Game Content Usage Rules. Project Celeste have added the Romans civilization, several questpacks, tons of rebalancing & more to the spin-off MMO in the Age of Empires series! Currently the Indian civilization is in development, and we have 2 upcoming tournaments, a yearly Winter Championship in standard AOEO PvP and a follow up tournament in the Tiny spin off map! Check it out Install guide page | Install video
  9. Three Moves Ahead 549: The Strategy Outlook for 2022 Len and Rowan come in for a low glide over 2022's calendar of strategy game releases to discuss what excites us, what worries us, and what smaller stuff we're keeping an eye on. Will Victoria 3 live up to the hype? Can Marvel's Midnight Suns satisfy our in-house X-Mean aficionado? Will Dwarf Fortress ever actually come out? We don't know the answers to any of these questions, but we can certainly discuss them over a few drinks. Lots Listen on the Episode Page Listen on Soundcloud Listen in iTunes
  10. Dolus - 2D indie platformer about Grief

    Even in death your enemies can still hurt you ! Once killed the medusa will burst into pieces. If one of the tentacles is touched, it will inflict terrible pain, forcing the player to start everything again ! What do you think about the new animation ? ---- Dolus is a hand drawn adventure platformer about the five stages of loss and grief. Follow us in our game development journey ! Insta - Twitter - Facebook Ratgibnak
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  12. Free Music / SFX Resource - Over 2000 Tracks

    Hi Sophie, do you mean "quite confusing?" Anyhow, the links in my posts take everyone to the pages on my site that contain my new tracks to make it easy to find them. Enjoy! :-)
  13. Free Music / SFX Resource - Over 2000 Tracks

    Bunch Of Links Is quiet Confusing
  14. Free Music / SFX Resource - Over 2000 Tracks

    Greetings Fellow Creatives, Please don't forget to check out my Ogg music collections containing hundreds of my tracks in higher-quality Ogg format. They sound great, loop better in game engines and are a cool way to support my site. Right now "Fantasy" and "Sci-Fi" seem to be the most popular but many of my other genres are available as well...so enjoy! That said, this week's new free MP3 tracks are: On my Puzzle Music 7 page: "GLISTENING PUZZLES" – (Looping) https://soundimage.org/puzzle-music-7/ On my Jazz/Big Band page: "SLAPSTICK" – (Looping) https://soundimage.org/jazz-big-band/ And on my Rock page: "CLOSURE" – (Looping) https://soundimage.org/rock/ Stay healthy, have a good week and keep creating!
  15. Three Moves Ahead 548: 2021 Recap

    There has been a distinct lack of 3MA episodes on transportation focused "tycoon" games for a few years despite the releases of games such as Railway Empire, Railroad Corporation, Transport Fever 1 & 2, Mashinky (Early Access), etc. So, who knows if any 3MA panelists are even interested in the genre these days. But 2021 was a good-to-great year for transportation focused "tycoon" games with Voxel Tycoon and A-Train: All Aboard! Tourism. Even if you want to exclude Voxel Tycoon for being an Early Access release, the year was still well worth it on Switch and PC for A-Train: All Aboard! Tourism in my opinion. At this rate someone is going to have try organising a Tom Chick reunion so we can finally have some transport games discussed again, since Tom included A-Train: All Aboard! Tourism within his Top 10 games of 2021 list.
  16. Unity Game / WeChat

    Great. thank you for your answer. It's was not very clear from what I have read online if that was possible. I read that it supports unity 5.5 version and above. Didn't know if the game needed to be converted so it can work on WeChat mini games.
  17. Movie/TV recommendations

    I am coming back here years after Mr. Robot ended to say I fucking hate that show and I'm sorry I ever recommended that pseudoscientific, psychobabble filled, rip off, plot-dumping, purposefully convoluted trash heap of a show. I don't want it out there that I think that show is amazing. There's enough jagoffs that proclaim the creator a genius. If Jen is still around, she was right about everything. However, the actual tech show that will capture your heart and soul is Halt and Catch Fire. I highly, highly recommend it after the first two thirds of an uneven first season (and an awful intro scene). Everything after is golden and engaging. Four (sometimes five) characters all dynamically bouncing off of eachother and creating new technology and often failing. Starting in the early '80s to the mid '90s. It's affected me more emotionally than maybe any show I've ever seen. It unfortunately doesn't really shine unless you watch all four seasons through, but it's worth it. Feels too short but long enough, 40 eps. I can't think of any show where the characters grow and change effectively and with a clear trajectory. Feels too real. The music choices are top notch and appropriate at all times. Love the score. There's certain parts that remind me of my childhood and going with my dad to work at Data General before I grew up and realized I hate his guts. But you know. Oh and for all the LucasArts geeks in here, they recreated Habitat in the show sort of, but it uses the graphics from Maniac Mansion. Ron Gilbert was on a live stream a couple of years back and they read my question about the show but he had not gotten to the Habitat part yet. Bummer.
  18. Building a Free Library of Images for Everyone

    Greetings Creatives, Brand new seamless texture images are ready on these pages on my site: GROUND - Artistic (Tile-able) METAL - Artistic (Tile-able) You can access them from here: https://soundimage.org/images-home-page/ CUSTOM MUSIC If anyone happens to need some custom music created, give me a shout. My contact information is here: https://soundimage.org/custom-work/ In the meantime, enjoy my free assets! :-)
  19. Three Moves Ahead 548: 2021 Recap

    Is it just me or have the recent episodes been mixed at a fairly low volume? I like to listen while I walk to work and I have the volume turned up to max and if a car drives by I can't hear anything. Or maybe my earbuds are getting old.
  20. Close Combat: Last Stand Arnhem

    Hello there! So; I'm an avid Close Combat fan, and out of all the games in the franchise, Last Stand Arnhem is in my personal opinion one of the better iterations of it. That being said, I am currently doing a playthrough of it for youtube. Now, I've played these games since the 90s, and overall racked up more hours of game-time spread across the various iterations of it than any sane human should. I suppose a good side-effect of this is that I am quite experienced with the games at this point in time! I'm playing on Elite difficulty, and given the chance, I always try to make things as hard and challenging for myself in each and every battle, barring stifling myself intentionally. Since you can edit your opponent's troop composition, I will always replace redundant units with useful ones, and if he for some reason isn't fielding as much armour as he could, I will make sure he does, so that my challenge increases, and his chances of winning increases with it. I know the AI isn't a he/she, but sometimes it feels better to humanize my computer adversary! I will start off playing through the grand campaign with the Allies, and afterwards I'll go through it with the Germans. I'll update this post with a link for the German playthrough when it's out there! At the time of writing this, there are 24 episodes currently out, but more will come rapidly, and by the time you read this, there is a good chance the playthrough is finished! Links follow below: Hope you'll enjoy! Don't be afraid of leaving a comment or subscribing - it truly makes my day when people do! Have a good one!
  21. Panzer Corps / Allied Corps DLC

    My pleasure, good sir! And thank you for the kind words!
  22. Close Combat 3 The Russian Front

    Thank you! I'm very happy to hear that!
  23. Three Moves Ahead 548: 2021 Recap Troy and Len are joined by PCGamesN's Ian Boudreau and Fanbyte's Mike Williams to look back on a year that's a bit hard to summarize. Why can't we find a theme to slap on 2021? What were some of the biggest surprises, good and bad? And what were our favorite strategy games in what was, if nothing else, kind of a weird year for them? Lots of games I forgot to write down while I was editing it Listen on the Episode Page Listen on Soundcloud Listen in iTunes
  24. Unity Game / WeChat

    yes WeChat supports the game developed with unity whats your question?
  25. Free Music / SFX Resource - Over 2000 Tracks

    Hey Folks, I had another very busy week, but I did manage to create a new track for everyone: ACOUSTIC ROCK DRAMA – (Looping) 100% free to use with attribution, it's on my new Rock page...here's the link: https://soundimage.org/rock/ If you can, please consider making a small donation on my site...they really help a lot. Enjoy! :-)
  26. Concept Artist looking for Work

    available again!
  27. Designer Notes 63: Josh Sawyer - Part 2 In this episode, Soren interviews veteran RPG designer Josh Sawyer, best known for his work on Icewind Dale, Fallout: New Vegas, and Pillars of Eternity. They discuss the purpose of grinding, the difference between viable and optimal characters, and why RPG players don’t welcome rebalancing their games. This episode was recorded March 24, 2018. Games discussed: Baldur’s Gate series, Icewind Dale series, Neverwinter Nights, Fallout series, Civilization series, Gauntlet: Seven Sorrows, Neverwinter Nights 2, Alpha Protocol, Fallout: New Vegas, Pillars of Eternity series, Into the Breach, Torchbearer, Tyranny, Darkest Dungeon, Phantom Doctrine Listen on the Episode Page Listen on Soundcloud Listen in iTunes
  28. Designer Notes 62: Josh Sawyer - Part 1

    COVID! (My stockpile of podcasts ran low, so I slowed my release schedule...)
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