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Supergiant Games | Bastion Bastion is the first title from Supergiant Games, an original action role-playing game set in a lush imaginative world, in which players must create and fight for civilization’s last refuge as a mysterious narrator marks their every move. Got a question about the game? Check out our Bastion FAQ! Get the Game Bastion is available for a variety of platforms: Bastion for Xbox 360: Bastion is available on Xbox LIVE Arcade. Bastion for PC: Bastion is available for PC via Steam, GamersGate, Origin, Green Man Gaming, and Impulse, or direct from us. Bastion for iPad/iPhone: Bastion is available on the App Store. Bastion for Mac: Bastion is available on the Mac App Store. Bastion for Linux: Bastion is available on the Ubuntu Software Center. Bastion for Chrome: Bastion is available in the Chrome Web Store. Awards Bastion has earned more than 100 awards from dozens of different publications. Launch Trailer View the original game announcement (Sep. 2010) Reveal Trailer Wallpaper Digital Box Art Game Logo
Wikka: Welcome to WikkaWiki So long, and thanks for all the fish It is with a heavy heart that I am announcing the end-of-life for WikkaWiki. I have been an active developer with the project for 15 years, and am currently the last of the original devs. Currently, Dario (one of our early visionaries) maintains ownership of the wikkawiki.org domain; I host the various websites. I've truly enjoyed this journey, and I don't consider this the end, but the beginning of some new journey I've not yet realized. Welcome to WikkaWiki WikkaWiki is a flexible, standards-compliant and lightweight wiki engine written in PHP, which uses MySQL to store pages. Features: things you can do with Wikka. Quick help Installing Upgrading Migrating from WakkaWiki Troubleshooting Documentation Need help? Support If you need support with Wikka or to get in touch with the Developer Team you can: Submit an issue on GitHub Subscribe to our mailing-lists Plugins and extensions Several user-contributed extensions are available for downloading. Syndicate
Free-to-Play One of the most popular online action games of all time, Team Fortress 2 delivers constant updates—new game modes, maps, equipment and, most importantly, hats. Nine distinct classes provide a broad range of tactical abilities and personalities, and lend themselves to a variety of player skills. Meet the team > No matter what your style and experience, we've got a character for you. Detailed training and offline practice modes will help you hone your skills before jumping into one of TF2's many game modes, including Capture the Flag, Control Point, Payload, Arena, King of the Hill and more. There are hundreds of weapons, hats and more to collect, craft, buy and trade.
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Principe de Peter Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Le principe de Peter, également appelé « syndrome de la promotion Focus », est une loi empirique relative aux organisations hiérarchiques proposée par Laurence J. Peter et Raymond Hull dans l'ouvrage Le Principe de Peter (1970). Selon ce principe, « dans une hiérarchie, tout employé a tendance à s'élever à son niveau d'incompétence » avec le corollaire qu'« Avec le temps, tout poste sera occupé par un employé incapable d'en assumer la responsabilité. » L'ouvrage de Peter et Hull est rédigé sur un ton satirique mais le principe qu'il expose a fait l'objet d'études universitaires étudiant sa validité par la modélisation ou par la confrontation à des cas réels, certaines concluant à sa validité complète ou partielle. Présentation de la thèse[modifier | modifier le code] Explication du principe[modifier | modifier le code] Ces dernières hypothèses ne sont qu'une interprétation non systématiquement retenue du principe de Peter. ↑ Laurence J.
/us « SteamPrices.com BrowserQuest Hachimaki army BrowserQuest/server at master · mozilla/BrowserQuest Homefront Soundtrack review - PC Sumthing Else Music sent over the Homefront soundtrack for us to check out. The game, from THQ and developer Kaos Studios, is now available and I thought I would squeeze off this review. The Homefront soundtrack starts off with Stand your Ground from Matthew Harwood and Scott Cresswell. Cresswell did the vocals, guitar and bass on the song and it reminds me of a slightly updated version of the 80’s Transformers film soundtrack. From there the soundtrack moves on to 33 orchestrated tracks and range from tense, percussive, incidental music pieces to grander sounding pieces with prominent horns and strings and slower more emotion-provoking compositions. Back Yards , track 14, reminded me of a tune you would expect to hear as covert forces were moving into place as they set up for an attack against entrenched, superior odds. Take the Shot opens with a helicopter like sound and then quickly descends into a heartbeat like ambient piece.