It’s lunchtime and what could be better than a nice sammich? Well… two nice sammiches. Or more! When Kobolds get together to eat, it’s not just the sammiches that might end up being eaten. You gotta make sure you don’t get too close to King Torg’s mouth (all hail King Torg!). And that’s just the […]
In this blog post I will briefly overview some of the very useful HTTP response header parameters that will help to secure any website. In short - HTTP Response headers are name-value pairs of strings sent back from a server with the content you requested. More information can be found on the internet.
I will cover some of the most important security-related HTTP parameters. The original blog post was written by Scott Helme who is the creator of SecurityHeaders.io. This is a brief overview of his blog post to introduce this technique to our readers.
Monday is come and gone (and seemingly rather quickly, too. At least, I thought so). We’re now knee-deep into the week, being Tuesday such as it is. With any luck, the week will head by quickly, once more to deposit us in the weekend. Listening to some gaming podcasts should help pass the time. In […]
As the Convention Season continues on, we’re getting into some really big shows coming up. Things like Origins and eventually Gen Con. Companies are looking now to expand their pool of helpers to draw from. Without your help, these shows could never happen. Honestly. Well, CoolMiniOrNot is rolling out their new Demo Team program and […]
The relaunched Polyversal miniatures game Kickstarter is closing in on their Kickstarter goal. In order to get up and over the total, they’ve added on some new add-ons to the campaign. Along with that, there’s a new pledge level to help entice people to join in, if there’s been something that’s been holding you back. […]
Well, once more it looks like the world is coming to an end. Damnit, Carl! I told you not to play around with those old, religious tomes! Now the Dark One is returning. We’ve gotta collect together people into a cult and create unholy sacrifices, fight against other cultist, and perform strange divination rituals in […]
We’re closing in on the release of MkIII for Hordes and Warmachine. Everyone is wondering what’s happening to their armies. We’ve gotten sneak-peeks of a lot of things, including Mercenaries. But what about on the Hordes side of things with Minions? Well, we’re getting a look at a couple of those now. One of the […]
Drupal's number 1 is from Switzerland
Tue, 24.05.2016 - 15:49
Swiss has traditionally been dedicated to the best quality and innovation. Some of the best things in life come from Switzerland. Did anyone mention chocolate?
Photo by Janine, released under CC BY 2.0
Drupal and free software are no exception. Many companies and individuals are dedicated to them on a daily basis. That said, it is no surprise that Drupal's number one comes from Switzerland.
Jerome from MD Systems explains how we achieved that, which are the main advantages of Drupal and why everyone should use it. Very interesting read!
I swear the guys over at Steamforged found my profile, said, “hmm, what can we make that’ll all-but guarantee that this dude plays our game?” and then figured it out and made it. The Hunter’s Guild is still pretty new out there for Guild Ball, but you can now order the first expansion players for […]
Vibrate module provide you functionality to vibrate your mobile user's mobile based on your selection.
Selection could be home page or any node id.
Once user access your site a popup box with customized text will appear with respect to selected node and mobile will vibrate.
Drupal community, please meet Vijay
Tue, 24.05.2016 - 10:40
Google summer of code 2016 started with a full swing this week. Vijay is one of the students participating in it. He is working on the Media module for Drupal 8.
He wrote an introduction blog post. I'd like to invite you to read it, say hi and follow his work as it progresses through the summer.
Welcome in the Drupal community Vijay!
Clash Royale is probably the best game ever released for touchscreen devices. It's fun, beautiful, fast, aggressive, full of emotions and yet you're just waiting for the day when you'll finally have the courage quit playing it.
My recent experiences going back to PC and console games have reminded me of friction I can no longer tolerate.
Designer Keith Burgun makes the case for why single-player should be perhaps considered the ideal/default way to make strategy games.
In this post I will explain how we created a system that our designers could use to quickly create a wide variety of missions for The Man From U.N.C.L.E. game.
Adding something as simple as a shield to a game can be radical and alter the experience beyond recognition. We here at Cipher Prime have done just that and it wasn't easy. Get the inside scoop on just what happened to our game Tailwind.
Recently there has been a lot of outrage regarding politics in gaming. But more than ever, it's time for developers to add political and moral debates to gaming - just in an open, unbiased way.
A quick analysis on Clash Royale's aspects which got me losing interest in the game in a very short time. How Session Control and Power balance could lead the player into a gray zone of indifference. Is the gameplay too synthetic to some?
It's time for another mistake we see game developers make, and this one is about trying to compete with whoever is #1.
The symbiotic relationship between streaming platforms, games, esports and new partners has revolutionized the way gamers share experiences and make purchasing decisions. Red Fox Insights reveals research exploring the impact of streamers.