Amid full-time work and school during this quarantine, I still find myself with hours of boredom per day. If you are anything like me, you’ve probably been blasting the same 3 playlists over and over and searching for new Netflix shows every 3 days. Fret not, I have complied a list of entertainment recommendations to help cure your boredom. If I’ve done my job, you’ve never heard of most of these recommendations.
Hi, again! Happy to be back to writing gaming blogs for all of you guys! This time around, I’m going to be talking about a game that I just rediscovered my love for - Don’t Starve! More specifically, Don’t Starve Together - the multiplayer sequel to the original game.
Due to recent events, UAT has transitioned to online classes. But how do you go from an on-ground class to online and still remain the successful student you are? From a student who takes both online and on ground classes, here are a few tricks I use to help get me through.
We all know about the recent events in the news. From the start of this year, we have encountered many different events. The current event we're dealing with is the pandemic and many students like myself are recommended to not be on campus. Due to this precautionary method, all of our classes are now virtual!
When your HP runs out, the game is over.
How many games follow that same strategy of punishing the player for not following the rules failing to meet an objective?
A considerable amount of work goes into developing a game. Artists paint beautiful worlds, writers craft elaborate stories, and programmers construct complex game mechanics, but none of these by themselves make a game ‘good’. All of those things will contribute to a game’s overall quality, but above all else, you’ll need to create a good gameplay loop.
Hi! Happy New Years to all those who are reading! This blog was supposed to have been released last year, but I needed more time to flesh things out a bit. Too long, Didn't Read: I’m a bit late! I digress; today we will be learning about creating a new project and the engines tools. The tools section will be split between two blogs, so keep an eye out for part 2.
The US Army has now deemed that using the Chinese owned app TikTok, which the US Army was using it to recruit and promote their own branch of service, is a potential security risk that needs to be banned.