< December 2005 >

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White Ninja, about a White Ninja who gets into many random adventures, and is very random. It just plain kicks ass! It's updated every Tuesday and Saturday.

White Ninja.

Enjoy!
Posted by me7356 @ 12/30/2005 16:55  |    0
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I sent a personal message to all of the people who volunteered for the chat beta (16 people). Check your inbox when you get a chance and report bugs to sedgemonkey. 

Please DO NOT share the URL with other members yet!!!

Edit:  If the chat window won't come up please try disabling popup blockers for this site.

Posted by sedgemonkey @ 12/29/2005 00:43  |    4
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Yes, there's an entire webcomic devoted to pixels and their image making capabillities. I must say, it's a must for Pixel Artists to read.  It's called Pixel, and can be found here.

Enjoy!
Posted by me7356 @ 12/29/2005 19:33  |    12
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I'm sure we're all well aware of the amazing pixel art exploits of eBoy so I don't need to tell you all how amazing the cityscapes are.

Here's the new Cologne poster and some other random city scenes.

Posted by sedgemonkey @ 12/28/2005 11:36  |    2 | Source
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Hard to not to smile while playing through this beautiful and simple puzzle game. Reminds me of a low-tech Katamari Damacy (in a good way) or my all time favorite interactive portfolio design found here.

Posted by sedgemonkey @ 12/28/2005 12:06  |    7 | Source
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World of Warcraft developer Blizzard shut down 18,000 accounts a few days ago mostly for selling virtual items or gold for real cash money on sites like eBay.

This is a really interesting move since this type of activity tends to go on in just about every MMORPG and no other developer has really done anything about it.  Did Blizzard do the right thing?

Posted by sedgemonkey @ 12/27/2005 12:14  |    9
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Thats right! The perfect christmas treat. Sort of. This is the second part of the 'Black Comedy' story and fourth episode in the series.
READ/LOOK AT IT!

Also check out the official website, if you havent already, here!

In other Black Hole news, I've updated the gallery with some more BH graphics for the still yet to be coded Black Hole Game. Do contact me if you think you can help me here, I'm happy to make it a community project!

/End Self Promotion

Posted by iSTVAN @ 12/27/2005 18:24  |    6
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I hope everyone is getting fat on their holiday turkey and other holiday goodies. Pixel Joint wishes everybody a Merry Christmas, not to mention a Happy Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and Ramadhan

In the spirit of giving, Blueberry Pie has created a holiday-themed game for you all to try out. It's a penguin-killing good time! Try Xmess today!

And, in case I don't hear from you all before, have yourselves a very safe and happy New Year as well

Posted by pixelblink @ 12/25/2005 19:36  |    6
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We plan on rolling out a web chat tool sometime soon where everyone can hang out and chit chat (similar to IRC except through your web browser) and we need some beta testers. All you have to do is play around with it for a bit and report any bugs/performance issues.

If you are interested please PM sedgemonkey or post your interest in the comments section of this news item. Please indicate what internet browser and operating system you use.  Thanks!

Posted by sedgemonkey @ 12/21/2005 12:05  |    16
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This SNL produced day-in-the-life Parnel/Samberg rap about a day out to see The Chronicles of Narnia sums up what an everyday person's rap video might look like. No magnum of champagne pouring over a girl's chest, no grinding in front of the mansion, no million dollar bling -- just straight up life. Great stuff.

Posted by sedgemonkey @ 12/19/2005 11:46  |    6 | Source
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Apparently Robin Williams is a big gamer. He's been playing as the sniper class in the ultra-addictive Battlefield 2. Oh, what a joy it would be to plunge a virtual knife into Mork's back.

Posted by sedgemonkey @ 12/14/2005 09:31  |    3
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Robots can officially replace me at work. Those sons of bitches at Honda continue to improve that little rascal Asimo and they've got the video to prove it.  Asimo can now run at 6 km/h, push carts around, receive/carry/drop a tray and his spiffy little "turn on the spot" move is the envy of robots everywhere.

Posted by sedgemonkey @ 12/14/2005 11:51  |    5 | Source
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MIT Professor Henry Jenkins throws in his two cents as to why video games are not the devil.  I concur.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 12/14/2005 12:08  |    7
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It sounds like a mixed drink you would get at one of those sleezy clubs. But it isn't. It's a description of a new London-based Ninja Squirrel Clan that has reportedly been sighted while bringing down a large stray dog in a Russian park located in the town of Lazo, Russia.

For more information, see the report the BBC did on this incident.
Posted by randomblink @ 12/13/2005 07:31  |    8
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---Dreamin' in pixels----

The Dreaming in pixel team is proud to announce the start of a new pixelart contest hosted on deviantart™. Come tell us your most wonderful dream or nightmare in pixel form and you could win up to 50 deviantDOLLARS™ that will allow you to buy real prints and other art merchendise.

Heres a peek of what awaits on the other side of the following link

Prizes:
First place - 1 year Sub + 50 deviantDOLLARS™.
Second place - 6 month sub + 30 deviantDOLLARS™.
Third place - 3 months sub + 15 deviantDOLLARS™.



Come get the full story at
http://news.deviantart.com/article/19852/


See you there

Posted by Di0xygen @ 12/13/2005 20:11  |    6
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Cool 3D movie about a monk who freaks out at some viking folks. Er. Check it out.

Ed. Note:  The above movie link is a hefty 38 MB. You've been warned.

Posted by Brian the Great @ 12/7/2005 12:19  |    6
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Why Microsoft rejected this ad featuring some straight up good old fashioned cowboy goodness is a mystery to me.  Hmmm, maybe it's the whole "glorifying violence" thing.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 12/5/2005 00:20  |    8 | Source
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This brilliant Motorola ad sweeps through a slew of classic flicks with a flexible bunny tour guide.  A must see.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 12/5/2005 00:31  |    5
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A few pictures of Beast and Angel and the old familiar cast members.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 12/5/2005 10:29  |    10
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I don't know how many of you have already seen this, but it's just awesome :)

A White Stripes video animated pixel-style with Legos
Posted by Toby @ 12/4/2005 15:22  |    5
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Buy it now!  The brand-new CD from University of Washington lecturer/Pop Idol superstar Greg Crowther is here!  You can get all of these classic hits:

  • 3.14159/pi!
  • Glucose, Glucose!
  • Hooray for NMR Spectroscopy!
  • The Nucleus I Like Best!
  • The Waltz of the Ribosomes!
  • And everyone's favorite, Oxidative Phosphorylation!!!!

News/DL link: Wired

Posted by Faktablad @ 12/4/2005 16:40  |    4

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