Firstly: Delays. Mainly in the release of my album. Recording is taking longer than expected, so don’t hold your breath.

Second: The video game that was in developement was cancelled. It has been replaced by a different project, more info to come soon.

Thirdly: I am keeping a list of games I need to finish here. I will tick them off when I’ve finished them.

  • Shadowgrounds Finished!
  • Shadowgrounds: Survivor
  • Thief 2
  • Thief Deadly shadows
  • Freespace 2
  • Assasin’s Creed 2 Finished!
  • Syberia
  • Syberia 2
  • Temporal
  • Penumbra series

That’s it for now.

EDIT – 28/09/10 – Delays are still occuring in the recording process. Don’t expect anything anytime soon. I added a couple of games that I bought to the list and crossed off a few that I completed.


February 12, 2010

I’ve been searching for a few engines…

Unreal Developement Kit – The unreal engine, except entirely free! This is an awesome deal!

Unigine – …The best engine… Ever…………It costs quite a bit for an indie developer who hasn’t got any money though. I’ll try out the evaluation, to see if it will be worth it for a next project

If the requirements of these engines are too much for my fellow employee’s system, we can go with

Source engine – Most adaptable engine there is. Used in half life 2.

Reality Factory – kind of a last choice, as it is a hard engine to use, with “oldschool” graphics.

Anyway, keep your hopes up that we will get an engine that is the best for your system.

Update complete.

January 10, 2010

That didn’t take as long as I thought it did, but I will be updating with a lot more, more regularily, so be on the look out for that.

Not updating is not good

January 6, 2010

I keep on leaving this blog behind.

But anyway…

Ninja garden has been cancelled, in light of a better, unnamed project.

The first album of walrus soup will hopefully be released before the end of this month. It will be a 4 track EP, and only one more song is needed before it is complete.

Also, the artist qwertydrajb will release his music on our site soon as well, so look forward to that.

Red Dust

September 22, 2009

There is a strange red dust all over Southern New South Wales…


May 21, 2009

I haven’t posted in ages!

A lot of things have happened, but I don’t really need to say much. is a competition that has started! woo!

I am joining the independent games industry, and will be releasing one tech demo a week, so Wait for a while for the first one to come out!


April 6, 2009

Sorry I haven’t been posting, I’ve had a huge English assignment. The main thing I am talking about in this post is a competition I am going to start. It’s called the Flaming Watermelons, and I will start a blog for it soon. It is a music competition where you can enter music that you composed. All submited music will be posted for download on the internet and the finalists will be voted on by everyone.The competition only goes for 6 months, so get started!

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March 20, 2009

Three things relating to the C64:

A whole bunch of java conversions of c64 games

A comedic video group

A revival band

Don’t know what a C64 is?

On Saturday I went to my church’s annual bush dance. It was really good, especially the heel and toe.
I got a really cool painting called earthly evening from the auction that happened on the night as well.

Speaking of paintings, I still haven’t uploaded my artworks, but I am almost ready to start my podcast (called “Trapped”)

I’ll try to post a bit more.

Niels Henrik David Bohr

February 24, 2009

Niels Bohr was born in Copenhagen on 7th October 1885 and Died on November 18 1962 in his home.
Niels Researched into atoms and radiation, for instance, he said that when an electron Jumps from an outer orbit into and inner one, it emits light. Other Physicists later expanded this into quantum mechanics. He won the Nobel Prize in 1922 “for his services in the investigation of the structure of atoms and of the radiation emanating from them”
. He also helped split the atom and advised the American scientists building the atomic bomb. He donated his Gold Nobel Prize Medal to the Finnish war effort. After the Second World War he established the Atoms for Peace convention and he helped found CERN (Europe’s particle accelerator and research station). He also made several theories, such as things may have a dual nature (Electrons being waves and particles) but that they can only be one of these things at once and the liquid drop theory which let people understand nuclear fission and in turn inspired the splitting of the atom. His Son Aage went on to be a physicist and also won the Nobel Prize in 1975 “for the discovery of the connection between collective motion and particle motion in atomic nuclei and the development of the theory of the structure of the atomic nucleus based on this connection”.
He expanded the theory put forward by Ernest Rutherford of the atom having a small dense Nucleus surrounded by a cloud of electrons. There were many problems with this theory, because classic physics said that the electrons of an atom should slowly lose energy and spiral towards the middle and thus cause the atom to collapse on itself. Niels solved this problem by saying that Electrons existed at various fixed energy levels, until the atom absorbed or lost energy. If an atom lost energy, the electrons would move closer to the nucleus. If the atom gained energy, the electrons would move further away from the nucleus. This would keep the atom “Balanced”.
He also proved that an atom would only emit radiation if it was in an “in-between” stage, i.e. an electron was moving from one energy level (distance from the Nucleus) to another. This also explained the lines observed in the spectrum of light emitted from an atom of hydrogen.
He created this theory (which was later proven to be correct) by looking at all the evidence and research other physicists had done over the past few years. All the Physicists liked the theory because it fit all the evidence that had been proven over time.
Niels Bohr proved that atoms were always stable and moved its electrons to a different distance from the nucleus when it did not have a stable amount of energy. He also proved that atoms only emitted radiation when the electrons were moving from an outer energy level to an inner level and visa versa.
He allowed physicists to accept the “shell” model of an atom that we still use today. If Niels had never had done what he did, we would probably still be using the plum pudding model because the Physicists believed there were to many problems with Rutherford’s model for it to be correct, yet the plum pudding model had only one problem. This problem was later realized to be too much of a problem and the Plum pudding model was no longer accepted.

Niels Bohr Biography -
Nobel Prize in physics in 1922-
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People and discoveries: Niels Bohr-
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Nobel Prize in physics 1975-