10 interesting links, again

An incorrect gamer tattoo, looks like something a gamer wouldn’t screw up, but apparently the tattoo artist did.

Linux users show their love for the indie game.  Apparently the Linux version of Koonsolo’s Mystic Mine had the highest conversion rate, and the Windows version had the lowest.

Video of Greg Pattillo on flute (beat-boxing on the flute no less) and Eric Stephenson on cello do a little impromptu performance underground at the west 4th street station in the middle of Greenwich village in New York.

Microsoft’s multi-touch mice via Tech Flash “Seattles Technology News Source”.  Use multiple fingers to manipulate stuff on screen.  These are prototypes, but interesting none-the-less.

Virtual Bubble-Wrap.  ‘Nuff said.

USB Thumb Drive – More than meets the eye.

Unreal Development Kit – “Experience the power and potential of Unreal Engine 3. Create amazing games, lifelike scenes and fantastic worlds… for free

Youtube user’s ortolson’s channel.  Looks like indie games I’ve never heard of, but he does playthrough’s of these indie games.

Find voices for your project “for free”.  Now that doesn’t mean free voices, it means using the service to find voice acting is free.  But still nice to have it all in one place.

Bird drops baguette, shuts down Large Hadron Collider (really).

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One Response to “10 interesting links, again”

  1. Uhfgood says:


    Some online retailers are refusing to sell Modern Warfare 2

    Just had to add this one because it’s actually news, which means by next week it could be old news. But I already had 10 links, so consider this a bonus link.

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