It’s 2014, why are we still using fonts where the capital I and lowercase L are homoglyphs?
It’s hard to feel sorry for them.
Libertarians and Randroids learning the harsh consequences of their own dogma will always be funny. It does make me wonder if there is a stratum of con artists targeting them, having factored in that people who are distrustful of the state and unlikely to go to the police make brilliant marks.
20-year-old Nagata (Instagram, Twitter) on the street in Harajuku with green hair & piercings as well as fashion from Dog Osaka, Pin Nap, Hayatochiri, Garter, Vivienne Westwood, and Galaxxxy. Full Look
Last panel of DS3 is done. Ok, so there are still some things to do at the beginning, but as soon as the text overlays are done, it’s pretty much good to go. I really can’t wait >_<
Into the Future! The Making of “Beyond Cyberpunk!” tells the entire story of this essential and influential software from 1991.
Beyond Cyberpunk! was divided into four zones: Manifestos, Media, Street Tech, and Cyberculture. Each zone contained essays, reviews, artwork, animations, and sounds. There were over 600 “cards,” over 300 articles, 122 different sound clips, 19 animations, and 35 text pop-ups. There was also a glossary with vocal pronunciations, and a 1000-word hyperlinked index.
Hack ‘n’ Slash 1.0 releases today and is now EXTRA HACKABLE! If you’ve been playing on Early Access, you’ll note that the biggest update is the inclusion of the final act. We’ve also added mod support and Steam Workshop integration! Get it now for 33% off until 9/16. Happy hacking!