To start, I wish everyone a happy 2019 and I hope that all your dreams, wishes and resolutions come true! Now that's out of the way, let's have a look at what I did in 2018 and what the plans are for the new year. What happened in 2018? The first project I completed in… Continue reading A look back at 2018 and a peek into the future
So a couple of days ago I started streaming again after quite a while. This time complete with live commentary and video feed. It was quite the challenge because English isn't my native language and sometimes I was struggling to find the correct words to express myself. Despite that, I really enjoyed streaming. As time… Continue reading Going live!
I don't think Quake needs an introduction so I'm not going to bother. The fact that maps and mods of extremely high quality are still being made on a daily basis so many years after its initial release, is simply astounding. Those of you who were there from the beginning, will without a doubt remember… Continue reading Playthrough: The Dark Portal, a map for Quake
Unreal Tournament was a great arena shooter and I can't even begin counting the hours I spent on that game during my childhood. The Oldskool Amp'd mod allows you to play single player maps that would normally require the original Unreal game. Many great single player maps tend to be made for Unreal Tournament these… Continue reading Playthrough: Vacillations of a Victorian Vagrant, a single player map for Unreal Tournament
For the second playthrough video, we will be returning to the glory of Duke Nukem 3D. I was very young when I first got my hands on it and remember being blown away by the sheer amount of interactivity and destruction that the game had to offer compared to the Wolfenstein and Doom series. The… Continue reading Playthrough: Detain, a map for Duke Nukem 3D