Wednesday, 24 November 2010


At last, you can now kill and be killed in multiplayer on Minecraft-servers. Hopefully this will mean that you'll soon be able to play custom games like Capture the Flag, or just play some regular Survival with your friends.

Personally I'm the most excited about finally being able to explore, craft and hunt down those damned creepers with my friends. I really enjoy Survival the most, building huge stuff is also fun, but it doesn't cater to me in the same way.

I might throw up a server that anyone may join if there's any interest.

Thanks for reading!

Monday, 22 November 2010

Another Black Ops-vid and some Avenged Sevenfold

By the same dude who made the last video, here's another great demonstration of the sniper's power:

And here's some decent live footage from the Avenged Sevenfold-concert I went to:

As you can see (and hear), the concert was awesome. Pretty much everyone in the audience was singing along, and they promised to come here on their next tour too.
Let's just hope they remember that!

Saturday, 20 November 2010


Today my blog has 50 followers! This is such a huge milestone, I'd like to thank everyone who's been reading my blog, commenting and linking it to friends, without you, this would'nt be possible.

Now I'm off to see Avenged Sevenfold. Have a good one!

Friday, 19 November 2010

Black Ops-server

So I've been thinking about getting a Black Ops server for me on my friends, so that we won't have to deal with being assigned to different teams all the time. Does anyone here have a Black Ops-server running, since I'd love to get some pointers on how to set it up?

On a related note, here's an awesome video I found from another swede.
The claymore kill at 0:35 is king.

Thanks for reading!

Dungeons & Dragons Online

Today I'll make a short post.

I just want to tip you guys off on a decent free MMO, Dungeons & Dragons Online. As you can tell, it's based off the Dungeon & Dragons old-school RPG and it's made by Lord of the Rings Online-creators Turbine. It's pretty much your standard MMORPG, but the combat-system is a little different. Although it's nowhere near revolutionizing, it's good enough for something to play with your friends when you're bored.
You can get the game for free here.

Thanks for reading!

Thursday, 18 November 2010

Nostalgia: Heroes III

Games these days are great. Technology has improved so much in the last ten years, it's kind of hard to imagine the technology we'll have at our disposal in 2020. Since it's birth, gaming has evolved from 2D games to 3D games (and with some geeky glasses, "real" 3D), from sprites to polygons and models, from being confined to arcades and bowling alleys to having a place in most people's homes.

But even though the present and future technology is amazing, sometimes I can't help but look back towards my early days of gaming. Playing Nintendo with my brother. Installing as many demos I could find because I didn't have the money to buy real games. Playing online multiplayer for the first time. There are just so many fond memories, and this blogpost is going to be about one of the games I really enjoyed; Heroes of Might and Magic III.

If you've played any HoMM game at all, you know the concept. You control a hero who leads an army, which can consist of anything from ogres and eagles to golems and genies. The battlemap is made up hexagonal tiles on which you move around your forces and make epic strategical decisions. In the cities, you recruit new heroes and monsters and on the world map you can find treasures and move your units.

The game came out eleven years ago, but for me, it's just one of those games that will never get old. I just have too many crazy memories of playing hotseat with my brother, trying out different cities and generally having a great time. A funny thing though is that I've never actually finished a multiplayer game. Me and my brother never got the time to finish it in one sitting because we had a rule to always eradicate the CPU-controlled armies first. Then we just kind of always wanted to start a new game the next time we sat down to play. My goal is to finish a multiplayer game with my brother, and I hope to achieve it one day.

So that's one of the games I loved to play as a little kid. Now, what about you?

Thanks for reading!

Tuesday, 16 November 2010

A Great Let's Play on Minecraft

If you're not familiar with the term "Let's Play", here's a description I shamelessly stole from the Something Aweful forums:

Q: What is a Let's Play (LP) thread?
A: It's a documented playthrough of something that, at the very minimum, resembles a game; how the author chooses to present it is incredibly varied. Some use screenshots, some use video. Some let the readers make decisions, others plow on through and use the thread for discussion. Some are serious and informative while others are parodies.

I personally enjoy LPs a lot, since they give you a lot of knowledge about a plethora of different games while they're also usually quite funny with lots of witty remarks and the likes.
The one I'm going to show you is an LP of the video variety that follows a player through his journeys in Minecraft, starting off with nothing but two, err... one empty hand, he eventually builds a cave system known as "the X system", colonizes the Death Mountain, and visits the Nether. It's a great series for everyone, Minecraft newbs and nerds alike. Without further ado, I present to you X's Adventures in Minecraft, episode 1:

Except for Minecraft, davidr64yt (or X), also posts loads of videos on Starcraft and sometimes does playthroughs of other games, like Duke Nukem 3D and Half-Life 2. If you enjoy any of these games, I recommend you check him out.

Thanks for reading!