Curious statistics from http://visual.ly/pot-smokers-why-are-they-skinny
All of us have something to say, but some are never heard.
Richard Pryor, “Wattstax”
Neil Brennan called this something like “the blackest shit ever.” I had to check it out, and tend to agree. Now you have to check it out. Keep in mind that Issac Hayes is wearing a vest made out of gold chains when he gets on stage.
Be sure to check out his podcast, The Champs, especially the one with Charlie Murphy.
- Kohina – Orcan – Technological Memories – C64 (8580)
- Kohina – Sami Jarvinen (Groo) – Rockhopper – Amiga
- Kohina – Hiya! – Metal Slug 2 – Kiss in the Dark – Arcade/Neo-Geo
- Kohina – Tomoko Sasaki – Ristar – Pray!!Pray!!Play!! (Opening Theme 2) – Mega Drive
- Kohina – Stéphane Picq – Conspiracy – Burokrat – PC/Adlib
- Kohina – Chris Hülsbeck – Masterblazer – Museum – Amiga
- Kohina – Moby – Pac-In-Time – Forest – PC/Adlib
- Kohina – Tim Wright – Shadow of the Beast 2 – Level 1.4 – Amiga
- Kohina – David Whittaker – Trantor the Last Startrooper – Amstrad CPC
- Kohina – Yip – Omega Man – C64 (6581r1)
One hundred years have passed since the Spellplague forever changed the magical and mysterious lands of Faerûn. Mighty empires fell and great cities toppled, leaving only monster-haunted ruins and survivors struggling to rebuild.
The city of Neverwinter, the Jewel of the North, seemed blessed by the gods. While the rest of the Sword Coast was devastated by the event, Neverwinter survived largely intact. But this was only a temporary reprieve from its inevitable doom. Nearly 75 years later, a volcanic eruption rained fire, ash and molten fury upon the city, annihilating everything in its wake.
Today, Neverwinter has restored much of its former glory. Lord Neverember of Waterdeep has taken the city under his protection and put forth a call to all adventurers and heroes of the Savage North to help rebuild Neverwinter in the hopes that one day he can lay claim to her throne and crown. But evil forces conspire in the dark places of the world, seeking to undermine all…
In this episode, our hero discovers two distinct illusionary walls and navigates them deftly, if I do say so myself…
I’m definitely learning a thing or two about recording gameplay footage; but I still haven’t got the sync quite right (it gets much closer to accurate toward the end, about one-third into the video it gets tolerable. Sincere apologies; any advice is greatly appreciated.) I may just end up using Fraps after all, but I like the way I can control the algorithm used to scale up the frames in the raw DOSBox capture; also the $37.00 USD cheaper pricetag…
P.S. Fraps Guy: give me a license for free. Also I didn’t use Windows Movie Maker to encode this one, so I feel pretty awesome.
I made a Bandcamp account today. Check it out: http://drbrontosaurus.bandcamp.com/