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Level Design A plethora of level-design related texts and pieces from my brain. Mapography I’ve made a bunch of maps in my time. The Mass Effect Is Not What You Thought While humans and aliens and robots mobilize to stop a race of ancient machines from wiping out all life in the galaxy, fans on the internet are also mobilizing in collective outrage over the ending of Mass Effect 3. They have scoured the game’s two discs for data that might reveal Commander Shepard’s true fate, which likely involves sun at the beach and sex in the shade with the lover of their choice after saving the galaxy for the third time. They have written screeds about developer BioWare’s disregard for the respect they have paid Commander Shepard by making hundreds of meaningful decisions in past games and building this hero in their own image. They were the ones who decided to save or exterminate an entire species, to sleep with the alien or the human or both, to use the sniper rifle or the shotgun, to open a door or leave it shut. They were Shepard’s waking consciousness and this has been their story. It follows that they should be able to choose the ending.

The Ultimate List of 50 Free Mac Games With the recent release of Steam for the Mac, the platform is receiving some great press for becoming a far more usable gaming platform. But what if your Mac isn’t quite powerful enough to run the latest releases? Or maybe you don’t have the money to splash out on the latest blockbuster titles? Today we’re rounding up over fifty games in a variety of genres, ranging from shooters to strategy.

Getting Skyrim Skytrim By Craig Pearson on November 11th, 2011 at 2:00 pm. This is why I play PC games: ini files. I dream of ripping into the guts of a game, fiddling with the insides, yanking and tying off loops of intestine. I’m a gaming pathologist. Art Assets – best practice guide Scale & Units Set your system and project units for your software to work consistently with Unity e.g. Metric. Working to scale can be important for both lighting and physics simulation;Be aware for example; Max system unit default is inches and Maya is centimetres.Unity has different scaling for FBX and 3D application files on import, check FBX import scale setting in Inspector.If in doubt export a metre cube with your scene to match in Unity.Animation frame rate defaults can be different in packages, is a good idea to set consistently across your pipeline – e.g. 30fps for example. Files & Objects

Custom Robo (Nintendo GameCube) In this title of the Custom Robo series, each player is called a "commander", who pilots and customizes a miniature "robo" to battle each other in a virtual arena called a Holosseum; the average robo is 32 centimeters tall. The first half of the story takes place in "A New Journey" mode. After the story mode is completed, the player may choose to go through the story again or enter a series of tournaments called "The Grand Battle". The main objective of the entire game is to engage in battle with other robos, and finish its plot by collecting every custom robo, battle part, and item that the player wants, while winning every battle that moves you from one part of the storyline to the next. In Custom Robo battles, the objective is to reduce your opponent's hit points from 1000 to 0 by using different custom robos and their dash attacks, guns, bombs, and pods. Robos fight on a Holosseum, a battle arena designed for custom robos.

Royalty Free Stock Photo Texture Gallery » Royalty Free Stock Photo Texture Gallery You NEVER can have enough textures! Therefore we open our photo case here for you: over 4000 free textures! Fable II Creative Director Peter Molyneux played a major role in presenting this game to the public, as he did in the lead-up to the release of the original Fable. Gameplay[edit] There are both interactive and non-interactive cutscenes in the game.[6] According to Lionhead Studios, the non-interactive cutscenes consume less than five minutes of game time.

8 WordPress Plugins for Building a Video Game Site Posted on 26 March, 2009 By Kim Woodbridge For video game week, I listed some themes suitable for gaming sites and places to find free and cheap games. If you want to use WordPress to build a videogame site, there are a number of plugins that can assist you.

Drill Dozer Drill Dozer, known in Japan as Screw Breaker Gōshin Drillero (スクリューブレイカー 轟振どりるれろ, Sukuryū Bureikā Gōshin Dorirurero?) is an action platformer video game for the Game Boy Advance system, released in 2005 in Japan, and in 2006 in North America. It features a built-in rumble pak. It is also one of the only two games to use a Rumble Feature, the other game is WarioWare: Twisted!. Plot[edit] Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones, known in Japan as Fire Emblem: Seima no Kōseki (ファイアーエムブレム 聖魔の光石, Faiā Emuburemu: Seima no Kōseki?, Fire Emblem: Shining Stones of Holiness and Evil), is a tactical role-playing game for the Game Boy Advance published by Nintendo. It is the eighth game in the Fire Emblem series, the third and final game in the series to be released for the Game Boy Advance and the second game in the series to be released outside Japan.[1]

Metroid Fusion Metroid Fusion (メトロイドフュージョン?) is an action-adventure video game published by Nintendo for the Game Boy Advance. It was released in North America, Europe, and Australia in November 2002, and in Japan in February 2003. The game is considered to be the fourth main installment in the Metroid series; the intro alternatively refers to the game as Metroid 4. How to draw a head: master the 8 most common angles Learning how to draw a head is no easy feat. But as a story artist – or any aspiring artist – you should be able to draw characters from any angle, so mastering this skill is vital. While there are an almost infinite number of angles to choose from, there are some that come up regularly in the visual storytelling process. This short lesson will cover what these angles are, and break down how to draw a head from those angles – so grab your best pencils and follow along. The head is an incredibly complex structure. I’m not smart enough to process all that complexity at the same time, so I try to break it down into a couple simple shapes, which, for heads, is (1) a sphere for the cranium, and (2) a pyramid for the nose.

Fire Emblem (video game) Fire Emblem, released in Japan as Fire Emblem: Rekka no Ken (ファイアーエムブレム 烈火の剣, Faiā Emuburemu Rekka no Ken?, translated as Fire Emblem: The Sword of Flame[1][2]) is a tactical role-playing game for the Game Boy Advance, developed by Intelligent Systems and published by Nintendo. The game was released on April 25, 2003 in Japan, November 3, 2003 in North America, February 20, 2004 in Australia, and July 16, 2004 in Europe.[3][4]

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