2017-12-15 23:33:53 (edited by pitermach 2017-12-15 23:35:02)

Any programmer will tell you that getting from an idea to a finished project takes a lot of hard work and a lot of pacience. And of course, lines and lines and lines of code. Code which, at times, will be extremely unstable and cause crashes and weird behavior you don't expect. So that road to the final destination is not an easy one to travel, much like The Road Of Life. The name refers to both a Physical road leading out of Leningrad during World War II as well as a new Game that was translated into English today, in which you become a truck driver carying supplies. Of course, being this is World War II you have enemy Fighters to worry about on-top of the fact the road may not be lava, but it's ice which can crack at any time. You can leave your feedback about the game and download it by clicking the link above.

Another thing you have to be careful not to do when programming is catching a virus. Or getting hacked. Both of these could potentialy result in serious problems an frustrations. But hey, at least you don't have the whole planet to worry about...
If, however, you'd like to go on a hacking adventure, I'm happy to say that after some delays Code 7: Episode 1 has finally received the update implementing VI mode. If you haven't heard about the game yet, the developers took to Kickstarter last year to get the game finished, releasing Episode 0 as a free demo which also included accessibility for Blind users. In the game, you have to prevent the Code 7 virus from reaching Earth and killing anyone on it by hacking into different computers, as well as talking to and guiding various characters around obstacles. If you like GameBooks, Interactive Fiction, and command lines, this game is definitely for you. You can find links to buy it for Windows or Mac Via Steam, Humble Store, or itch in
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Which is where you can also leave feedback. The game features full voice acting, an original soundtrack, and full graphics.

That's all for today, but there's still some awesome things to come this year! smile

<Insert passage from "The Book Of Chrome" here>

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