Something a bit different this week. All week long I will be preparing, building and painting a scale model. I took inventory of the kits I had around to be done and asked people in Matrix what they liked the look of. So this week we will be building an Apollo 11 Moon landing scene.
This week we are playing Elite: Dangerous the whole week. This time I have gone for a full exploration set up and I will be doing some deep space traveling. Hopefully we will make some new discoveries and get my name on the galactic database some more.
Going to have a couple of comfort-zone nights to start then some multiplayer action later in the week. Let me know via Matrix if you want to join in the MP sessions. If I get 3 more to sign up then Thursday will be Left4Dead2 – otherwise I will play something else public MP (perhaps Insurgency or Day of Infamy). There will be a mumble server available soon™.
Monday: FTL: Faster Than Light – Just “chillin’ wit’ ma homies” (as the kids say) and rogue-liking through space.
Tuesday: Duskers – less chilled space exploration. Pray for the drones.
Wednesday: Overwatch – it would be nice to get a team together but I know it’s short notice so I will just join and see where things go.
Thursday: Options: L4D2 or random MP with the public.
It is a mixed bag this week. A couple of nights of classic (retro) gaming, another of the ever-popular party game nights and a chance for you to help shape the fab.80 project with a look at firmware and expansion cards.
Monday: Classic Gaming – Hamish’s High Score Challenge
Tuesday: Let’s design an 8-bit computer system
Wednesday: Party Game Night! Come along and join in the fun
A celebration of Itch.io. Itch recently offered a massive bundle of games (and more) as a charity fund raiser. It was massively successful in fund raising and, hopefully, raising the profile of Itch who are criminally underrated. Join me on a voyage through this huge collection of over 1300 computer games, tabletop RPG material and other media.
Monday to Thursday: A look at (some of) the vast collection that was included in the “Bundle for Racial Justice and Equality”.