Blevik is a city dominated by doppelgangers. So, while it can be a nice place to visit, you’re never 100% sure who you might be interacting with. This new book for Ponyfinder (also Pathfinder and 5th Edition) gives you details of this strange city, along with new spells, traits, and other class options. You can […]
The Taxonomy term access module provides an API for controlling access to
taxonomy terms in a manner similar to the node access system. This module
provides hook_taxonomy_term_grants(), hook_taxonomy_term_access_records(),
The sever-crushing load of players was likely due to the rising popularity of the game's free-to-play, cross-platform Battle Royale game mode. ...
One of the most iconic battles in Western Civilization, Agincourt saw King Henry the V beat the French on the fields of Agincourt. Now, you can bring that moment of history to your tabletop in Fields of Agincourt, a tile-laying game of positioning, terrain, and the plague. The game is up on Kickstarter now. From […]
It’s another Thursday. Still haven’t gotten a handle on Thursdays. But we’ll make it through to the weekend soon. Just gotta put our heads down and power through. It’s a quick Terrain Corner for you today. We’ve got: Resin Cast Mob Football Goals Up On Kickstarter Resin Cast Mob Football Goals Up On Kickstarter Digitally […]
While you’re still waiting for the release of the Munchkin CCG, Steve Jackson Games has other Munchkin-themed products available. And since we’re just under a week away from Valentine’s Day, love is in the air with these sets. From the announcement: The day of love is coming soon, and we know you’ve prepared something lavish […]
Games occasionally need a bit of tweaking. Try as the developers might, something might not work as intended, or things might just feel stale, or they come up with new ideas for better mechanics that don’t work within the current rules. As such, they revise things and we get a new edition. That’s what we’ve […]
There are billions and billions of stars in the galaxy, and around them are billions and billions of planets. In Planetopia, you take on the role of one of those planets, newly-formed and ready to harbor life. But with all those planets available, you’ll have to work hard at attracting life to you. You might […]
I have to admit, I’ve read very few fiction books. They’re not really my thing. However, one I remember reading and enjoying was A Wrinkle in Time (actually, back in grade school, for a project, I even created a board game about it. So there’s your gaming tie-in). The book will soon be a movie. […]
There seems to be a lot of confusion over what a game economy is, and what a game economist does. To help reduce confusion, Ramin Shokrizade creates some definitions as to what game economics is and isn't.
Detective games are broken. Most feel like classic point and click games with a different dressing. How do we improve them? Well, here's a couple of thoughts, questions and an idea that might fix a whole genre.
As the medium has matured, developers have been trying to elevate storytelling in video games, but in today's post, we're going to discuss how gameplay creates a possible unavoidable conflict.
What can observing player behaviour in multiplayer post-game screens tell us about player exit ratios, and how much can these screens influence the user retention at this stage of the game?
Alexey Morozov, the head of infrastructure at HeroCraft, shares some knowledge with newcomer freelancers and outsource specialists.
Every played a restaurant simulator thriller? Neither have we. That might be why it's so hard to find the right UI. Please check out this blog to find our more about Harry's Burgers and then let us know which UI you prefer!
I had really thought about making the headline, “Cryptozoic announces the arrival of The Arrival” but decided against it. Still, obviously I made it the opening to the post. Anyway, The Arrival puts players in control of a Tribe, and they are looking to gain more territory in ancient Ireland from the other Tribes, as […]
This module can be used to write Drupal rules that take actions on unwanted connections, e.g. through anonymous proxies or from bots.
Possible uses include writing a hook_boot to block all unwanted incoming connections, or use of the rules module to limit access to a subset of site functionality, e.g. account creation.
A 3D engine on MS Excel, using only excel formula.
This engine is applied on a complete - yet basic - doom-like game.
Rendering is made through ray casting, pixel per pixel.
The exercice intend to demonstrate what can be done with formula only.