Tag Archives: Game development

No Man’s Sky Review

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Program to indent/un-indent text file code (source code) once line numbers are known

Program to indent/un-indent text file code (source code) once line numbers are known Continue reading

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Rotoscoping & Sound Effects

Rotoscoping & Sound Effects—adding cartoon like motion images (& adding sound effects also) to existing videos. This may result in the original film being totally replaced by produced images! Continue reading

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RPG Videos & Sound machine

RPG Videos & Sound machine Continue reading

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Campus Party

Campus Party–innovation and responsible participation in digital culture Continue reading

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Inform, is an implementation of natural language programming (used by authors of books also)

Natural Languages, Inform 7, authors and possibly a machine super spy that could hurt every human being in this world. Continue reading

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Steam Punk

Steam Punk defined in todays world. Continue reading

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Video Game Language (ViGL) Your Prayers Have Been Answered, plus Video gamer music by Christine Rage

ViGL: Game specific languages are easier to use, allow for rapid development of games, but are supposidly less flexible. Includes music by Christine Rage. Continue reading

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