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  1. What's the Name of the Game!?

  2. What's the Name of the Game!?

    28 looks like
  3. Intoxicated:

    It looks like we've got the 8-year old El Dorado at my local state liquour store, so I might just try it out. I'll follow jennegatron's advice first though. I've purchased enough bottles I ended up not liking Thanks for the advice!
  4. Intoxicated:

    If one has never tried rum before, what should one get? Something to mix?
  5. [RELEASED] The World Begins With You

    Putting something like this together in such a short time is very impressive! Very well done! Like has been pointed out earlier in this thread, this could very well be the prettiest Game Jam title I've seen yet! Having recently played through Shadow of the Colussus, I must say the world's aesthetic in TWBWY gave me a similar feel. There are a few of things I'd like to critique though, mostly with how the environment art guides the player through the space in one section. Hiding in a spoiler so I don't eat up all the space. Like I said in the beginning though, what you've done is truly impressive and I really look forward to seeing what you do next!
  6. Idle Thumbs: A Patreon

    If I jump onto the post card train now will I be hopelessly lost?
  7. I keep meaning to post in here, but much like these shows it keeps slipping from my mind. I actually skipped the entirety of Arrow season 1 when I first started watching, on the behest of a friend who had already finished it and found too "soapy". Having barely even heard of the Green Arrow previously I appreciated most of the show (even the flashback segments) except the way that many of the characters just keep on making the same mistakes over and over. Especially as I got into season 3-4 and that trend just keeps on going.
  8. I definitely second this. It's certainly not the worst show I've ever seen, but when contrasted to how I've devoured some of the other Marvel shows... Iron Fist sort of reminds me of the start of Agents of SHIELD quality-wise
  9. Mass Effect Andromeda - Thumb Drive Engaged!

    Yeah, from what I've seen a lot of the dialogue just seems real sloppy.
  10. Painting tabletop miniatures

    Not played that no, but Shut Up and Sit Down has had a nice article and "Let's play" of it. Semi-related to that though is that me and some colleagues have been playing a Kill Team (Skirmish)-variant of WH40K made by some folks calling themselves Heralds of Ruin. It's pretty fun with it's smaller forces where each model acts independently, coherency be damned.
  11. Elite: Dangerous (Kickstarter)

    If one wanted to get into Elite Dangerous now, what would I need to buy? Horizons?
  12. Ok @tabacco, so I just sat down and did another test. Trying to play or download any episode between (and including) Episode 160: Die Übiverse and Episode 221: Meet the Kerfluffles results in an error message being shown. Episode 159 works just fine, as does Episode 222. Unfortunately I don't quite have the time to test every single episode prior and after this period. I guess it could be related to my ancient smartphone (iPhone 4), and as I may be getting a new one quite soon I'll do another test. That it specifically affects this range of episodes is very strange though. Edit: @tabacco Just tried downloading episode 166 on my new phone and it works just fine. Must have been a device specific error. Very strange though that it was just this specific range of episodes that were broken...
  13. Idle Streaming Community: Twitchy, Tasty

    I'd like to try my hand at streaming as well. Unfortunately I'm in a moving house limbo and I've only got access to a laptop atm. I'm guessing that streaming from a laptop over wifi is not the best possible experience?
  14. Come on and stream and welcome to the jam

    Just finished watching SuperBiasedMan's stream, good stream and wow, there are some really impressive games this time!
  15. I can no longer access this episode and at least a few others from around the same time (165: Kelo. Is. Here. and 167: And that's why Skeletons fart that way) in my podcast app. It says it cannot find the files anymore. I'm using Pocket Casts.
  16. I am so impressed by this (and many other projects in the jam). The level of ambition and quality that people put into this is just staggering. I can't wait to see how the Thumbs are going to react to this Hitman briefing! I'm real curious to see how the "hit" itself will go down, a Blendo Games/Virginia take on Hitman sounds very intriguing!
  17. Earth Defense Force is such good, silly, stupid fun. I've racked up around 30 hours in 4.1 so far doing Multiplayer Co-op with a friend of mine. The sheer insanity of the number of enemies, your arsenal and the way the game reacts when the former are combined gets real satisfying from time to time. I laughed so hard when the game had me piloting a giant mech in what essentially was a boxing match against Godzilla.
  18. Rainbow Six: Siege

    I think Rainbow Six is one of the few Tom Clancy-titles that is actually based on one of his pre-video game fame work. Only the first game is directly connected to his work though, as far as I am aware.
  19. The Next President

    Damn, I guess the original thread title was prophetic. I would like to say I was surprised, but after Brexit I can sort of see anything happen.
  20. The Official Video Game Music Corner

    Sounds real good! And was that a "Down Under" cover at the end there?
  21. Duolingo - TWO LANGUAGE-O

    They are very close, yes. If you understand one Scandinavian language you'll be able to understand the others relatively easily. Especially in writing. Pronunciation can be quite different at times though. Swedes often have trouble understanding spoken Danish for instance, but can read it quite easily. The fact that they are so close most of the time can be a bit of trouble when they are not. Especially in some cases where the exact same word has different meanings in the different languages. An example of this is "Rolig". In Swedish "Rolig" means "Funny", while in Norwegian (and perhaps Danish as well) it means "Calm".