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San Andreas

So, I was racing the Cobra circuit in the Mount Chilliad race trilogy when this plane came out of nowhere and crashed right into me! Seriously. It's something that really doesn't happen often. It's never happened to me before in the 173 ingame days I've been wandering around the world of San Andreas. Wish I had the chance to capture the moment on video, heh . . .

Anyhow, collected all Oysters today, woot! Without cheating. I'm working on a "GTA SA All in One Map" with a bunch of important locations . A few locations are taken from other maps, like the rusty chair, ghost car, tikki theater, etc. I had no idea they existed. Will be adding tags, place names, etc, later. Also! I found a bug!!! It's a bug that to my knowledge has not been found before, and therefore I am naming it "the Bob Bug". Entitled after me! Woo! :D

NOTE: Pictures removed since the image hosting services hosting them was taken down, they'll be posted again sometime, in the future, or not. I started hosting all images at localhost after this.

Doom Is Doomed

I am tired yet restless, and utterly unmotivated. Also slow an unneffective. Only today. Though I should be spending all possible time preparing for a presentation tomorrow and finishing another big assignment, I instead chose to dust of my GBA and play Doom. Sped through the games 3 episodes in a mere 48 minutes. I know my way through all the levels. I know all the secrets, I know which corners the monsters are lurking behind and how many hits it will take with each weapon to kill each enemy. After all the years of wad collecting and extensive playing I've grown tired of the game, Doom is doomed. I've played it enough. Now, moving on to the next part of the series! Doom 2. A game which I have played at least a few hundred times less than it's predator. And if my computer could handle it, Doom 3 as well, but not now, I have stuff to do before days the stuff has to be done. Days that are approaching by the minutes that pass writing this. Summer, is bliss.

GTA SA DoublePack

GTA SA For Real

I'm in the movie business, all of a sudden, sorta. :D

I threw together a GTA SA Music Video yesterday. It took half the day. I had a lot of extra material, so I threw together another one, it took the other half. They turned out pretty good though. Since I moved over most of the files on my computer to my external HD, making movies is a lot fast than it was before. I don't have to wait for minutes between every added clip anymore, hehe. They're in the FTPDB, and on YouTube. I'm not very active there atm, so people don't find my stuff. When I have time that will change though.

Watch them

- GTA SA - Collapsing
- GTA SA - Beautiful

Doukutsu Monogatari

Do you like ancient 2D games? If so, you have to play cave story, or Doukutsu Monogatari as it's called in Japanese. It's a Japanese (you can get the translated English version tho) side-scrolling adventure developed by Studio Pixel.

The developer Pixel spent five years making this game as fun and as great as it is by adding solid controls, smooth gameplay, a great cast of characters and dialog, an interesting plot, good music and beautiful oldskool 2D artwork.You play the part of a small robot stranded on an island in the sky with a mission to defeat a mad doctor and his subordinates. There are multiple endings, several boss battles, tons of items to collect and all kinds of added secret bonuses and special challenges. It's a great great game, probably one of the best I've ever played.

I Am 8-Bit

There has been a sweet oldskool gaming convention, see some nice pictures here.

Great Game Buy

I found Return to Castle Wolfenstein in a game shop yesterday, for a price of almost nothing at all! There was a minor thing missing in the game, a CD Key, which would for a lot of people be truly fatal and they wouldn't be able to play the game. Luckily I know it's not hard to find a CD Key on the Internet, so I am now fully enjoying the great game I bought for the price of a piece of plain paper.

I watched a program on TV where some smart researchers were taking about the positive effects that file sharing has on society, such as people buying more music and discovering otherwise completely unknown artists. A pretty late discovery, since the news has been up on PiratByrÄn's site in a few years now. I guess for people who don't share files to discover the positive effects it has on society is like climbing the Himalayas after eating 800 grams of potato chips and drinking 4 big bottles of Mirinda every day in 4 weeks without moving 3 centimeters from the couch.

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