Monthly Archives: June 2005

Impossible heat

Here in Italy we have absurd temperatures… average of 33°C with 60% humidity minimum 🙁 No need to say that is impossible to work with computer in such conditions…! so I guess I’ll have to take a forced break from … Continue reading

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longevity of a shareware game

On indieforum site my friend cliffsky asked an interesting question about market saturation. Many people agreed that there’s no need to worry about them in indie market. I believe it so, even if I am not too enthusiastic about it. … Continue reading

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New Zealand

Recently I read a lot of good things about that place. I watched a tv show 2 days ago, and was awesome. Nature, green places, few density of people per km… seems really a wonderful place to live. Also you … Continue reading

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Bologna FC relegated :(

Yeah, took me almost a week to recover from the shock :p My team, Bologna FC, got relegated. I must say that they deserved it, as they lost with two semi-autogoals and did nothing to win that game. Well I … Continue reading

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DirectX vs OpenGL

On indiegamer forums are debating again which graphic render is the best. Well personally I use PTK to make my games, so until 2 months ago I could just use OpenGL. Now that DX support has become available, I tried … Continue reading

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