Apples in the TreeBrowserQuestCANABALTWait, I thought you didn’t like ads around your game? I don’t. But I'm using something like 2.5TB of bandwidth each month serving this game up (i.e. A LOT) and Kong hosts good games by good people and is helping me pay my hosting bills! So click, play, enjoy, and thanks for supporting indie games!Absolutely Genius Ideasdata-original="images/genius/29.jpg" class="lazy image"/> data-original="images/genius/75.jpg" class="lazy image"/>Abandoned Yugoslavian Monuments by Jan KempenaersAbandoned Yugoslavian Monuments by Jan Kempenaers While Yugoslavia has long since dissolved, abandoned monuments remain that recall the nation’s glory in the second world war. Photographer Jan Kempenaers has traveled throughout the Balkans to photograph these wild, strange structures that have lost much of their cultural relevance. In various states of disrepair, these monuments (some buildings, other sculptures) represent an era of modern and brutalist architecture that defined this time period in the socialist East. Today, they appear alien, odd and empty, stark reminders of a struggle long since forgotten by a nation that no longer exists. A coffee table book with the full collection of Kempenaers photographs and commentary is available on Amazon for $42.
endeavorDownload 285 different Role-Playing (RPG) games on my abandonware .com - page 4In the Role-Playing (RPG) genre, you may want to play Cobra Mission, Computer Underground, Conqueror: A.D. 1086, Cosmic Soldier: Psychic War, Curse of the Azure Bonds. Those are just suggestions, you are welcome to download any game!
Paper and Pencil Space Combat GameI played this with my classmates in Grade 6, circa 1982-83. Presumably it was inspired by arcade games such as Space War and Asteroids! I have no idea who invented it. I have attempted to formalize the rules as I remember them, in an attempt to find out if other people have played this game. And to inspire a new generation of players! Basic Rules Materials 1 sheet of paper (8.5"x11" or A4, or larger) 2 wooden pencils (not mechanical; HB a.k.a. #2 preferred) with erasers on the end (Optional) pencil sharpener Setup Sequence Each player takes one pencil and sits on opposite sides of the paper, facing a short edge The 1" band on each end of the paper (closest to each player) is the player' "hangar" Each player draws his/her "hangar wall" - a line 1" from the his/her edge of the paper, from edge to edge Each player adds a 1" gap to his/her hangar wall at any position along its length - this is the "hangar door". Play Sequence Players take alternating turns. Moves Shots Notes Variants Skips Tears
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