Category Archives: Dusted Off

Dusted off: God Options

God Options   – (c) Pip 2007

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Dusted off – Behemoth Cottontail Dynamo

Behemoth Cottontail Dynamo In memory of silent storms The sky is full of fire tonight The passive clouds stage the show Openmouth eyes flash with light Behemoth cottontail dynamo Drifting north along the shore A silent minstrel’s midnight chore As … Continue reading

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Dusted off – A 90’s IDEa

Today I found this note on an old hard-drive in a file simply named “THOUGHTS”. In 1995 I was tired of the manual debug process in writing (Borland) C programs and imagined a graphical debugger which allowed you to visualise … Continue reading

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Dusted off – “Evolute Laboratory”

Ever since coding up my first “biomorphs” program on a friend’s BBC micro in 1987, I’ve loved the idea of genetic programming. The idea is akin to how our DNA works and is aimed to solve the problem of not … Continue reading

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Dusted off – 4D games

Hopefully I’m not infringing any trademarks with the term 4D games, but many years ago I was fascinated with the idea of why the human brain (except Stephen Hawking’s) cannot think in more than three dimensions. I’d seen a number … Continue reading

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Flash Invaders – Dusted Off

As the first of a series of dusted off games and trinkets, here’s a game I wrote a few years ago, which never got the final graphical treatment but the gameplay works up to about level 50 something. I drew … Continue reading

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Dusted Off

Family distractions. Hard drive crashes. Unexplained bouts of actually going outside. These things are all likely to cause “codus interruptus” – something both annoying and embarrassing that we developers tend not to discuss nor even admit too. Find out more … Continue reading

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