Archive for December, 2010

Silent Death Ship Builder v0.4 Released

Starting to see a trend here? A new version of the Silent Death Ship Builder for your browser is up!

Here’s what changed in v0.4:

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Silent Death Ship Builder v0.3.1 Released

This is a bugfix release of the Silent Death Ship Builder app.

Changes include:

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Silent Death Ship Builder v0.3 Released

After just dropping v0.2, I’ve managed to wrap up v0.3 of the Silent Death Ship Builder!

Changes include:

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Silent Death Ship Builder v0.2 Released

The Silent Death Ship Builder is now at version 0.2!

Changes include:

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Silent Death Ship Builder Goes Open Source

The Ship Builder I’ve been working on for Silent Death is now open source. If you’re comfortable with JavaScript feel free to grab the code!

Miniatures Battle Variant for Three Players: Down in Front

Most miniatures war games usually revolve around battles between two opposing forces. But what do you do when you have three interested players?

Here’s my suggestion for a game style based on an all-out free-for-all, but with scoring mechanics to encourage shifting targets and a back-and-forth battle.

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Adopting the Eclipse Phase Mesh to Combat Internet Censorship

The Internet enables communication for millions of people worldwide in a way that levels the playing field. By giving access and a voice to everyone online a certain measure of equality is simultaneously granted.

But such free communication is hardly ubiquitous, and is already subject to restriction in many areas.

Maybe what we need is a fully decentralized network as in Eclipse Phase’s mesh.

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