Talk about dustin' off some memories.
NiN, how I miss the original madness.
A little while before christmas I was visiting my sister, and she gave me two trashy laptops that she never used. I mean reeeeally old stuff that needed a lot of work to be bootable. For some months they've sat on a shelf gathering dust. Until monday night...
I don't know why, but for some reason I picked one of them and decided to try Ubuntu again. I had already given it a try on my regular PC, with less than stellar results, but wanted to give it another try. After all, gotta be SOME reason why the fanbois (hello Stigg) keep yappin' about Linux like it's the second comming of Christ, yes?
Anyways, here's my monster of a laptop, running at a staggering 1.6GHz and sporting ALMOST 1 GB of RAM.
As I've mentioned in the past, I've been looking at finishing my basement. Back in January I got my permit to begin work and I promptly built my first wall. This took quite a lot of time. It was only 10 feet, but I also had to install the crossbeams so I could tie it in.
I know he hasn't been around in years, but my old PVP buddy Obscurity just got married!
I've been meaning to bring this up for awhile now, and with Gormash pointing out the Torment: Tides of Numenera kickstarter, I figured now would be as good of time as any.
Have any of you contributed to a kickstarter before? If so, what was it, how much, and why? Were you happy with the result?
I've never partaken in a kickstarter and I doubt I ever will. Why? Because I'd rather just buy the thing when it comes out. I've never been keen on giving money over the intrawebs to random people.
You look at that and think ... which US city is that? At least I did without my glasses on until I noticed the words Minecraft and ... yes. That is rather incredible, don't you think? Click the image for their IMGUR.
So, this game has been out for a little over half a year now, and neither of us has mentioned it at all the past few months, so I thought I'd take a stab at it.