This little puzzle/arcade game called Chess Pursuit is a clever unique approach to chess and also an astonishing technical piece because is compressed to only 13kb!
I love Game of Life! It’s so simple in its roots and minimalist in its outfit that I can spend hours just watching the patterns spread.
So, to pay tribute to the creator of this game, John Conway, who recently passed away, I’ve created a web to play with it. It’s basically pmav’s script modified. The first pattern that loads is the acorn, my favourite.
I’m really looking forward to play this game. This retro pixelated cyberpunk point and click adventure has everything to success. I only wish the script is as good as it seems. You can buy it here.
Un poco antigua, pero esta entrevista de E.J. Rodríguez a Leontxo García es muy buena, tanto si os gusta el ajedrez como si no.
Por cierto, ojalá pusieran ajedrez como asignatura en los colegios.
A brilliant interview to a Spanish chess reporter. I wish chess was a subject at schools.
I’m not a big fan of modern AAA or hype games, neither an owner of the last state-of-art console. But things are going to change.
Recently, I discovered No Man’s Sky, a survival game ambiented in space. There is a massive number of reviews over the Internet, mostly bad, so I’m not going to go deep on what the game darks or shines.
Maybe is a repetitive game, slightly stubborn or too centered in small details. But I think that it deserves being played, just for the sake of the exploration. Just for the sake that it transports you to the cover of an sci-fi book as no other thing has ever done.
I don’t know. Maybe in a couple of hours of gameplay I’ll throw the gamepad away or maybe I’ll be rushing for carbon for hours…