Node-Red is pretty useful for wiring together IOF (Internet of Things) devices, but its currently tied to node.js. Here is a way to run it clientside (on a browser) for those things that aren't allowed to run node.js.
Chrome has always annoyed me when my battery is low, or when I'm low on memory. So I made a quick terminal command that freezes its processes. Of course I use this for pausing any of my apps.
Prison Architect is a game about creating and managing a prison. You get a plot of land, and slowly build up a secure facility, getting money from the government for storing prisoners, and from grants (quests).
Game Dev Tycoon is an interesting game that puts the player into the shoes of a game developer from the 80's. Re-invent your favourite games, combat piracy, or even embrace it. Its a unique game due to its differing gameplay between the legit and pirated versions.
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Table-talk Cafe, the writer of the game, wrote a scenario that was featured in the latest issue of Role and Role magazine. Here is a translation of that scenario.
This simple quest was built with the new PDFs in mind. There aren’t any monsters to fight, but there is a lot of travel checks. It was made with level 1 characters in mind and should take 2-3 hours to finish, depending on how much time is spent role-playing.
This is the person tasked with drawing an image of the fauna and flora of the world they encounter, focusing primarily on the monsters. Whereas the Journal Keeper writes upon their experiences this person captures the imagery of what they encounter and hopefully get it published in the legendary Dragonica.
This is a role which doesn't require a superb artist to fill, all that would be required is just a fun individual who is willingly to draw up their concept of the monsters for the other members to see.
How many times have you had to do the "sidewalk dance" where you try to shuffle out of the way of another person? Well there is a pretty simple solution.
Welcome to my Blog!
So I've finally decided to get myself a blog, after seeing a few options I decided to go with Jekyll and Github Pages.