Once upon a time there was a billy goat who loved to read.
One day Mrs Billy Goat bought her husband a present - a brand new device called a “Kindle” sold by a beautiful Amazon.
Mr Billy Goat was very pleased with it because it had a keyboard, he could have all his books in one place and it had “Three Gee’s” so he could download books anywhere in the World…for free!
Mr Billy Goat loved his wife so much. Mrs Billy Goat began to call the Kindle Mr Billy Goat’s “Third Arm” because he used it so much.
So, still playin' WoW. I guess I'm just simple-minded that way cos, for me, it's still a lot of fun.
No, dailies are not fun.
I loathe dailies.
I have no idea how it was that Disco did them so religiously back when she played.
Hey guys and girls, long time no speak :)
How are we all doing?
I've recently started playing Neverwinter, and I'm really enjoying it. Anyone else play?
I'm laughing so hard now I can barely see the screen due to tears. ^_^
As Gormash knows from my Facebook update the other day, I was pissing myself laughing at a YouTube video of someone playing – or trying to play – ‘Kerbal Space Program’. https://kerbalspaceprogram.com/ .I’ll attach the video down below, but in case you haven’t seen this game on Steam (where there is also a free demo), you essentially have to create space ships / planes by assembling parts in a hangar on Planet Kerbal, and then blast them into space along with your crew.
Awhile back I started working on jump maps in TF2. They are non-combat maps where the only objective is to reach a location that requires you to either rocket, sticky, or sentry jump. I've been mostly focusing on soldier jumps, htough I'll switch out to demoman on new maps just to explore a bit easier.
This is ridiculously impressive. The guy is doing a double skip with an airshot of a speed jumping demoman. 'Skipping' is when you do a rocket jump before you hit the ground. It propels you forward very quickly. While most competitive soldier (and even I) can do that, the kill is done at full speed DIRECTLY after a reload and nearly straight up on a demo going near full speed.
While I realize all good/cool (even bad) things come to an end - I find it kind of, erm, odd? Peculiar? That this series, which seems to have been on an upswing of fans over the past decade even, would come to an end.
Or, maybe, I've just had too many beers and thought this over too much.