Are you like me and forgets the meaning of the abbreviations in Starfinder Tabletop RPG ?
Here’s a quick reference to them:
AC – Armor Class CL – Caster Level CR – Challenge Rating CHA – Charisma CON – Constitution DC – Difficulty Class DR – Damage Reduction DEX – Dexterity EAC – Energy Armor Class EX – Extraordinary Ability GM – Game Master HP – Hit Points INT – Intelligence KAC – Kinetic Armor Class MK – Mark NPC – Nonplayer Character PC – Player Character REF SAVE – Reflex Saving Throw RP – Resolve Points RPG – Role Playing Game SAVE – Saving Throw SR – Spell Resistance SP – Stamina Points STR – Strength SU – Supernatural Ability UPB – Universal Polymer Base WILL SAVE – Will Saving Throw WIS – Wisdom XP – Experience Points
Today HDF Beta was released. What is HDF you ask? It’s a SHMUP! SHMUP you ask? It’s a Shoot’em Up! So go ahead and download the game and start shooting ’em up!
This is a Sky Force clone, so have you played that, you don’t need any introduction, but for all you others here’s how to play: Hold your finger on the screen to move the spaceship. When you stop touching the screen the game will go into slow motion and you can select to use your laser, shield or mega bomb. (In game tutorials will be added soon).
I’m working on a little FPS project, and I wanted to share a little teaser with you.
The game is hopefully going to give you a little scare now and then, but mostly I hope you have fun while playing it.
At the time beeing, I’m only planning to build this for Windows, but the teaser was built for web. If your browser doesn’t start the game, try another browser. It’s about 120 MB, so it will take a little while to download for some.
Since this build is for web, not all the effects are visible. It is supposed to be a lot darker then what you see here. The teaser is also very short, so if you experience a crash after the first encounter, you have seen it all. That is the end for now 😉
If you are like me and love taking pictures, you should also be like me and love Photoshop (or similar programs). Why? Because editing photos are fun, and can in most cases make your photos better.
I’m not talking about editing the photos like Kourtney Kardashian do (although they can be hilarious to look at), but more like removing annoying objects in the picture. Yes, like a zit, a younger sibling (just like a zit), or anything else that take unintentionally focus from the main subject.
I’ve been making some minor progress on my RPG game, which I for now has decided to call Stranded. At the moment there’s two quests added, one which is given automatically, and a second when you talk to an NPC.
The vendor (which is not going to look like that in the end) is still quite buggy, but I do get to buy the much needed sword from it.
Have a look at the video to see the game in action.