I’ve had this great idea for a film. Picture this; Gollum, from The Hobbit and that, buys up the remainder of the Keystone cops organisation from some auction or something, probably using money he made selling antiques. He then builds the Cops up again using young bullies and the more bitter class of nerds off the street, gives them access to all this ridiculous modern technology and basically turns them into a paramilitary group to serve his own selfish need to acquire shit that he can sit and fondle in the dark.
Not had one of these for a while. Many of the games I’ve played recently have been somewhat run of the mill.
QuestLord by Eric Kinkade came out over a year ago so isn’t particularly new, however it’s a wonderful game that on the surface looks quite basic but had a surprising amount of depth.
Can be downloaded from the Android Market
If you want a nice relaxing game with no pressure, chillout music and peaceful atmosphere Temple Run is not it. It begins with you being chased by psychotic mutant apes and continues like that. Forever.
The Spotify subscription I took out by accident (dont ask, it possibly involved wine and an empty stomach) last month finishes on the 16th. I’m sorely tempted to continue it. I’ve definately had my moneys worth. I have some misgivings but overall its a great service and points to the future of music distribution.
Just finished Doom3: Resurrection of Evil only seven years after its release, and what a tedious journey it was.
I’ve previously made a “Top 10 Android Apps” list, but I thought I’d expand on the gaming side.
It can be hard to filter through the wide and growing selection of dross on the Android market to find games to play. If you have low memory Android device, and it’s likely you do, you will only be able to install a few games on your device before it’s starts complaining about space and freezes your text messages. It’s important in this case to only install the best Android games that you know for certain you will play over and over.
I’ve seen so many of these lists but found myself disagreeing with most of them. As an alternative to pointlessly shouting my objections and disagreements at the screen I’ve decided to be more constructive and post my own.
Firstly I should apologise for the lateness of this review of the Microsoft X-Box console. Sadly my Microsoft phobia somewhat delayed my purchasing of their first entry into the console market, as well as my stubborn and probably ill-conceived refusal to purchase their products. I also had no interest in the console whatsoever at the time, I’m generally not a console person preferring PC gaming, so as you can imagine I have a good excuse for not rushing out and queuing for one on day of release.