It’s friday, it’s five to five and it’s… the links?

New blogs:

First of all one about those tricksy fellows, the Disciples of Khaine – War Disciple. Then a couple of blogs currenty detailing personal experiences of the game. Duncan’s blog is quite a small and personal one, and the Construed blog is a new one by an experienced blogger about his experiences with the game and other things.

Some Spore players have managed to make anti-DRM Spore creatures.

Difficulty is Difficult. Daniel Boutros discusses on Gamasutra how to design games that are challenging but not frustrating.

Hey, any Warrior Priests out there looking for an Open PvP server US-side? Keen wants you to roll on Wolfenburg. Sounds like they are running a bit short on Order to gank there too. You know Sigmar would approve.

Google are to release an API for Lively, opening it up to games developers. Who knows where it’ll go from there?

Can the dullest of jobs be made more interesting by being made into a game? Game Culture asks, and then describes a scintillating game of warehouses.

Here’s a nifty Warhammer Online signature generator.

Online gamers are fit, declares New Scientist. No, really. Research of MMO players in the USA proves it.

A little unknown game called Warhammer Online launched this week, the BBC reports.

And as if we didn’t have enough to worry about with the Hadron Collider callously doing what happens in our atmosphere naturally ALL THE TIME! we now have news that STUFF IS OUT THERE.  And we don’t know what it is.  Cool!

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2 Responses

  1. ‘anti-DRM Spore creatures’ hehe…still to play this yet. I’d like to but there’s Waaaaghh to be had elsewhere!

  2. Good review from the beeb but it did make me laugh. They emphasise so much how british it is 🙂

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