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by eMTe
Wed Aug 26, 2020 16:26
Forum: General Gaming Discussion
Topic: Gaming culture and politics
Replies: 0
Views: 803

Gaming culture and politics

Well, I have returned from holidays, refreshed, turned inside out and ready for bits of intelligent sober flametrolling. https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/games/2018/aug/13/video-games-are-political-heres-how-they-can-be-progressive https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2015/04/xbox...
by eMTe
Thu Jul 16, 2020 1:02
Forum: The Village Square
Topic: The Philosophy Thread
Replies: 61
Views: 33054

Re: The Philosophy Thread

It's what I call clash of axioms. The problem is, nobody knows where do axioms come from, how to eat them philosophically, psychologically and socially. In ancient ages there were clear hierarchies, for example there was a ruler who would decide to behead a peasant, because of this and that. With ti...
by eMTe
Tue Jul 14, 2020 0:39
Forum: General Gaming Discussion
Topic: What games are you playing currently
Replies: 334
Views: 149004

Re: What games are you playing currently

My gaming folder shows that last modifications are for games: Cirque de Zale, Dark Sun 1, Police Quest 1, Blue Force, Last Half of Darkness, Syberia and Trackmania Nations. All of these replays from the beginning in my typical fashion, except Last Half... which is new to me. Very likeable game, if y...
by eMTe
Sun Jul 12, 2020 22:46
Forum: Freeware games
Topic: The Visitor 2
Replies: 0
Views: 558

The Visitor 2

Bigger, better and harder than its predecessor The Visitor 2 finds us in AGS world at its amateurish best. Mind-bogglingly good game, with 50 rooms (!) to visit, very good writing, tough puzzles and cinematique atmosphere rivalling Monkey Island (no joke). What a piece of software! https://www.adven...
by eMTe
Sun Jul 12, 2020 22:29
Forum: Freeware games
Topic: The Visitor
Replies: 0
Views: 432

The Visitor

Belonging to both "games we have missed when CWF had been active" and "games Pater Alf would love if he had known them" subgenres, The Visitor takes us to the Maniac Mansion type of setting, minus deaths, plus aliens. Medium-difficulty puzzles, clean smooth graphics, usual typos. Good game. https://...
by eMTe
Tue Jul 07, 2020 23:23
Forum: The Village Square
Topic: Poet's Corner
Replies: 125
Views: 69008

Re: Poet's Corner

Officially incorporated Elves using public street masturbation machines Wives writing sellable novels Planet establishment using correct codepics Pukes and alarms activated Pukes and alarms activated On an elementary algorithmic basis Oh you my friend Die closer to me if you ever do Die closer to me...
by eMTe
Mon Jul 06, 2020 23:06
Forum: The Village Square
Topic: The little Inn by the wayside
Replies: 3731
Views: 840633

Re: The little Inn by the wayside

Having audience is fun, sure, but freedom will remain funnier forever.
by eMTe
Fri Jul 03, 2020 2:23
Forum: The Village Square
Topic: The little Inn by the wayside
Replies: 3731
Views: 840633

Re: The little Inn by the wayside

Gotta admit, I dont follow your output, but Im getting increasingly interested in getting your output known to The World. I am really and truly disgusted with mainstream understood literally as mainstream and folks getting algorithmized on a social everyday basis, left with no space for madness Go o...
by eMTe
Fri Jul 03, 2020 1:08
Forum: The Village Square
Topic: The little Inn by the wayside
Replies: 3731
Views: 840633

Re: The little Inn by the wayside

In times when even ebay posts are constructed like drunken market-oriented poetry.

How's retrogaming life, whoever survived?
by eMTe
Sat Jun 20, 2020 11:16
Forum: Freeware games
Topic: Doom & Destiny Free
Replies: 0
Views: 655

Doom & Destiny Free

Excellent jrpg, which looks and plays almost exactly like Laxius Power (to the point it features the same music piece for world map). Only it's 50 times shorter, but every game in the world is shorter than LP. I don't know what are the differences between free and paid versions, but it looks it's on...
by eMTe
Tue May 26, 2020 11:22
Forum: Freeware games
Topic: Mekorama
Replies: 0
Views: 693

Mekorama

Spending most of the time on the couch after knee arthroscopy and being smartphone-dependent I have discovered Mekorama . Very good puzzle game, freeware and devoid of the freemium nonsense. The goal is to navigate a robot through a series of 50 rotatable playing fields and help him reach the exit. ...
by eMTe
Thu May 21, 2020 20:46
Forum: Freeware games
Topic: Out of Order
Replies: 19
Views: 13699

Re: Out of Order

07th of May A.D. 2020, circa 19:46. Cracow, southern Poland.

Finished!! :D :D
by eMTe
Fri Nov 01, 2019 2:01
Forum: General Gaming Discussion
Topic: What games are you playing currently
Replies: 334
Views: 149004

Re: What games are you playing currently

I've been playing Grand Theft Auto San Andreas quite a bit lately Don't let resentment feeling take advantage of you. Also, never treat what you deeply believe in as a rule of thumb. Otherwise, you will bomb everyone in your vicinity and you will become a fundamentalist for whatever you believe The...
by eMTe
Wed Oct 30, 2019 21:10
Forum: Freeware games
Topic: Out of Order
Replies: 19
Views: 13699

Re: Out of Order

I have advanced heavily in the game and I am close to finishing it. I think. Loose ends tie up. Pleasure of being immersed forever in game's environment slowly dies. It's still one of my favourite pnc adventure games, regardless of engine used, type of release, setting etc. I variously place it with...
by eMTe
Sun Oct 20, 2019 6:56
Forum: The Village Square
Topic: Poet's Corner
Replies: 125
Views: 69008

Re: Poet's Corner

If convicted You'll spend the best years of your life in prison -- I live in Finland I can fuke your 4 year old daughter you mother policewoman and I can live with that because I am wealthy I am the first world I am the hedge fund I am David Bowie I am the XXI century I am EU I am Africa I am China ...
by eMTe
Sat Oct 19, 2019 2:24
Forum: The Village Square
Topic: The Philosophy Thread
Replies: 61
Views: 33054

Re: The Philosophy Thread

Extended monotony or exhausting monotony would be a good term to describe XXI century. Or arid, boring, colorless, drab, dreary, drudging, dry, dull, dusty, flat, heavy, ho-hum, humdrum, jading, jejune, leaden, mind-numbing, monochromatic, numbing, old, pedestrian, ponderous, slow, stale, stodgy, st...
by eMTe
Sat Oct 19, 2019 1:39
Forum: The Village Square
Topic: Poet's Corner
Replies: 125
Views: 69008

Re: Poet's Corner

hide in a dark place
keep it secret
observe lights
from the distance

far from the timespace;
dryness and dryness
dryness and dryness
dryness and dryness
by eMTe
Sat Oct 19, 2019 1:35
Forum: The Village Square
Topic: YouTube channels you would recommend
Replies: 0
Views: 6098

YouTube channels you would recommend

As you maybe have noticed (or not) YouTube is slowly, but steadily, winning with Facebook in the content quality department. I have noticed it a couple of years ago that Facebook is more about creating enclosed bubbles and inciting hatred; while YouTube, due to its register openness, visual nature, ...
by eMTe
Sun Oct 06, 2019 18:38
Forum: The Village Square
Topic: Poet's Corner
Replies: 125
Views: 69008

Re: Poet's Corner

I have finally written something worthy of at least very early stages of U2. "There's a man riding an atomic bomb There's a girl riding a unicorn There's a couple kissing on a river bank Yes, you dance on the Bridge of The Million Lights Yes, you're dancing, oh you're dancing There's a beam of light...
by eMTe
Thu Oct 03, 2019 0:17
Forum: The Village Square
Topic: Random sentences
Replies: 223
Views: 81529

Re: Random sentences

the train keeps running, but they always add extra stations both north and south