Wizmouse may be just about the best little freeware app out there for those of us with Windows machines. It's pretty simple and straight forward. WizMouse allows you to scroll through out of focus windows using your mouse's scroll wheel.
Check out this government sponsored video (created by the House Committe on Un-American Activities in 1977) highlighting the Keene Act. In Modern New York, we of the mid--80's may want to rethink our stance on these so called 'vigilantis'. In my opinion they perform a valuable service, going where the cops and feds can't, investing their own time and money into keeping us safe.
Viva Media revealed a bunch of details about how multiplayer will work with Grand Ages: Rome. Sounds like there may be some modding involved with this game as well, which would be very nice. I love making and playing homebrew maps in 4x RTS games.
Here for your viewing pleasure are 14 screenshots from the upcoming Blood Bowl game.
Viva Media will distribute the demo for Grand Ages: Rome later this week. The demo is comprehensive, allowing gamers a glimpse into the game’s many exciting features. Viva Media CEO, Carlo Voelker, commented, “Players will experience great graphics alongside complex city building, character development, and much more in this limited, but enticing taste of the game.”
No this isn't the title of my next favorite SF book. It's actually a real teaching institution sponsored in part by NASA who's goal is to (in their own words): Singularity University aims to assemble, educate and inspire a cadre of leaders who strive to understand and facilitate the development of exponentially advancing technologies and apply, focus and guide these tools to address humanity’s grand challenges.
Here's a few deals you should consider. Especially the first three, as they involve free stuff. Even if the stuff is crap, it could be your crap. For free. The three free games are Build-A-Lot, Jewel Quest 2 and The Scruffs. I have no idea if they're any good or not but again, they are free downloads.
I like to keep my eyes on RTS games only if they are 4x RTS games. Grand Ages: Rome looks like it may have some potential. I love Sins of a Solar Empire for instance. This game is one that I keep coming back to in between checking out the latest and greatest in high-graphics consumption FPS games.