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Home of the obscure and barely known game designer: Kris Asick
News for July 4th, 2015:
Click here to watch Ancient DOS Games Episode 166: HardBall!
As far as sports are concerned, I'm not really a huge fan of them, but I understand the appeal of them all the same. As far as real life is concerned, the sports I'm best at are Basketball, Volleyball and Soccer. Baseball is an odd one for me because I prefer to watch it as opposed to play it and most computerized baseball games I find either too easy, or too difficult. HardBall is one of the latter. :P
News for June 30th, 2015:
New Video Blog Uploaded - "Old, Unfinished Projects"
For some reason, I felt like going through my old archives, looking back at all kinds of things I had given up on. Some of them were things which barely got off the ground, but others had quite a bit of effort put into them, so for my video blog this week, given that the past week has mostly been spent coding, I figured it would be neat to show everyone a few of these things.
Mind you, looking back at all this stuff was kind of depressing too... so many ideas which never became finished projects... You've really gotta choose your battles carefully as a game designer, or else you end up making things which just... never get where you want them to. :/
Also, Terra Nova: Strike Force Centauri is on GOG now, so I added a link on my video page for it. Given that this was a Looking Glass Studios game, the same as System Shock, I'm hopeful this means we'll be seeing the original System Shock on GOG soon too... maybe... you never know! ;)
News for July 7th, 2014:
Click here to watch my 1st Patreon Milestone Video!
Yup. I promised a commemorative video for reaching my first milestone goal on Patreon and spent quite a number of weeks trying to come up with something decent that could really do the event justice, and I think the end result is something very special and not something you could ever get with a typical television show or something that would be competing for ratings. It goes to show the strengths that come with producing an internet video series and just how different (and better) a paradigm such a series is. (Besides, I personally feel "television" as we know it will probably be dead in a decade or two as stronger technologies take the scene for delivering content to people.)
And of course, don't forget to watch the latest ADG episode on Starflight if you haven't yet! ;)
Latest Ancient DOS Games Episodes!
Episode 166 - HardBall!
Filler #48 - Is the Doom Engine a Raycaster?
Episode 165 - Dune II
Episode 164 - Sam & Max Hit the Road
Episode 163 - Mega Man III