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Trump Clinton Godzilla
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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Dominion Wars
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Dominion Wars is a 2001 space combat/real-time tactics video game for Microsoft Windows developed by Gizmo Games and published by Simon & Schuster. The game is based on the Star Trek TV show Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.
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Blade & Sword
In 2002, Centent Interactive Co., Ltd. publishes Blade & Sword on Windows. This action and role-playing (rpg) game is now abandonware and is set in a fighting, martial arts, fantasy and china (ancient/imperial).
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Blade & Sword
In 2002, Centent Interactive Co., Ltd. publishes Blade & Sword on Windows. This action and role-playing (rpg) game is now abandonware and is set in a fighting, martial arts, fantasy and china (ancient/imperial).
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Dogs under water are the best thing you'll see today
Photographer Seth Casteel taking photos of dogs under water. And it's a genius move. See more of his work at sethcasteel.com
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Star Trek: New Worlds
The player can choose between the Klingons, Romulans or the Federation to play as, and each race has 14 missions. Each mission has a certain amount of objectives, like mining certain resources, capture, protect or destroy certain buildings, build specific colonies at the Colony Site, which have to be completed in order to complete the mission.

The Player's colony always starts out with only the Colony Hub as the command post and a Storage facility to store the processed minerals available, requiring the player to build/upgrade all other available buildings. But some missions give the player a slightly more developed colony to ease the job for accomplishing the missions. Buildings built later on in missions include construction yards, vehicle yards, resource processors, power generators, mining stations, science stations, security and arsenal facilities, sickbays, transporter pads, shield generators, defensive buildings such as photon turrets and static disruptors, food growing facilities, as well as living space for colonists. Military units built include APCs (Armed Personnel Carriers), phaser vehicles (Federation), disruptor battletanks (Klingons and Romulans), photon artilleries, and other specific vehicles to each specific race.
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GW2 ui
GW2 UI is a meticulously crafted interface replacement that aims to increase immersion, as well as efficiency, without relying on dependencies.

The entire UI is hand-painted, and hand-coded, to provide the best experience possible for players. Each interface element has been (or will be) rewritten, to provide enhanced functionality as well as improve the user experience, over the default UI.


Hand-painted, dynamic interface art

Clean and user-friendly design

Hand-painted class power icons, with improved animations

Brand new, immersive questing interface

Redesigned and improved inventory interface

Brand new and enhanced quest tracker, complete with tracking compass and boss frames

This UI is designed for players who want a quick-and-easy, plug-and-play interface that returns focus to the game world, not spreadsheets. With version 3.0, we're adding more user customization in the form of modules, which can be toggled on and off at the users' discretion.

Credits and more info
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40+ Images of Adorable Boxers
Hilarious Photos That Prove Boxers Are The Weirdest Yet Most Adorable Dogs Ever
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The Lord of the Rings: War of the Ring
The game plays much like Warcraft III with added features, some previously used in Battle Realms. A similar layout and control system is used, and the player gets to control hero units with special abilities. Most regular units also have abilities of their own. The game also follows certain RTS conventions such as having rally points and controlling unit creation and purchase of upgrades at designated buildings.
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The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
Described by the developers as a modern version of Gauntlet, The Return of the King is a hack and slash action game played from a third-person perspective. The game is very similar to its predecessor in basic gameplay. Each character has a quick attack which does minimal damage and can be easily blocked, and a fierce attack, which does more damage, but is slower and leaves the player vulnerable to attack. Only fierce attacks can break enemy shields. Each character also has a ranged attack, a "killing move" (which can be used to instantly kill downed enemies), a parry (which can deflect enemy attacks), a knock back (which pushes nearby enemies away), a jump back (in which the player character jumps back away from the enemy), a devastating attack (a charged fierce attack) and a special ability. Playable characters in the console and PC versions are Gandalf, Aragorn, Legolas, Gimli, Frodo and Sam, with Faramir, Pippin and Merry available as unlockable characters. Playable characters in the GBA version are Aragorn, Legolas, Gimli, Frodo, Gandalf, and Éowyn, with Gollum and Sam available as unlockable characters.
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The Hobbit
The Hobbit is primarily a platform game, with elements of hack and slash combat and some rudimentary puzzle aspects, played from a third-person perspective (the Game Boy Advance version is played from an isometric three-quarter top-down view). The player controls Bilbo Baggins throughout the game, the majority of which is built around basic platforming; Bilbo can jump, climb ropes and ladders, hang onto ledges, swing on vines etc. Progression through the game is built around "Quests." Every level features multiples quests which must be completed in order to progress to the next level. Many of the levels also feature optional sidequests which do not have to be completed, but which can yield substantial rewards if they are.
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The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring is an action-adventure game played from a third-person perspective. The player controls one of three characters at various points in the game: Frodo Baggins, Aragorn, and Gandalf, each of whom has their own weapons and abilities. Frodo is the only character who can jump, shimmy along ledges and sneak. Only Frodo and Gandalf can push and pull items.[8] Gandalf is the only character who has access to magic. Aragorn has the most health, is physically the strongest character and has more melee combat moves.
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The Lion King
Here is the video game “The Lion King”! Released in 1994 on DOS, it's still available and playable with some tinkering. It's an action game, set in a licensed title, platform and walt disney themes and it was released on Amiga, Game Gear, Genesis, SEGA Master System and SNES as well.


This requires a DOS emulator. You can get it here.


A working Amiga emulator is needed for this one. We recommend this one.

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Krustys Super Fun House
The player directs small rats to an extermination area through complicated maze-like levels. The player controls Krusty the Clown, who must navigate through his Krusty Brand Fun House. Each level is a puzzle in which a number of rats must be exterminated. Using different objects and obstacles, Krusty must create a path for the rats to follow and guide them towards an extermination device. Other creatures such as snakes and flying pigs attempt to hinder Krusty's progress by injuring him; he must throw pies in order to defeat them.

In each stage the extermination devices are run by a different character, including Bart, Homer, Corporal Punishment and Sideshow Mel.


This requires a DOS emulator. You can get it here.

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Far West
The goal in this real-time western strategy game is to become a cattle baron that rules the prairie. Typically, you start with a small ranch that can be extended by breeding herds and trading cattle. Indians, bandits and bounty hunters will be on the look-out, so you need to hire gunslingers in the saloons to protect your property. As the ranch grows into a small community, different buildings can be constructed: houses, cowboy quarters, sheds, storehouses... After a while, you can also build your own towns with banks, hotels, churches, railroads, saloons and a sheriff's office.

Your men need to be kept in good health, just like your cattle. Experienced characters are to be protected at all costs, as they level-up and earn veteran skills. Six different levels are available, for abilities such as shooting, attention, branding, healing, pasture and trail. Their performance is also affected by energy, courage and morale. Next to the transport of goods through dangerous areas, you can also be struck by drought and epidemics.

If the trade business lets you down, you can train your cowboys to become bandits, and rob nearby stores and banks. If you break the law, you need to deal with the local sheriff as well, or you can bribe him. Far West can be played as a full campaign or with skirmish maps.
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Return Fire
Return Fire was basically the 3DO's best game, and one of the most fun multiplayer action games ever.

You and either a computer player or one of your friends are given control of a bunker equipped with military vehicles and perhaps a base. The goal of the game is very simple: To capture your opponent's flag. For your firepower, you have 4 vehicles. First up is the Tank. Fast moving, and equipped with a rotatable turret, it's firepower is unfortunately fairly low compared to some of the other vehicles.

Next of all is the Rocket Launcher. Far heavier power is let down by poor maneuverability & slow speeds. It has a nice special ability in the fact that it can drop mines, perfect for destroying bridges and defending the flag. You also get the Helicopter, with missiles and bullets. It is very quick, but unfortunately can get quickly destroyed if bogged down by enemy turret fire.

Finally, there is the Jeep. Very fast and easy to drive after you understand it, it's weaponry is pitiful, just some grenades. However, this is the ONLY vehicle that can actually pick up the flag so you can win the scenario.

In single player mode, this game is unfortunately rather boring. But with a friend playing splitscreen the game improves immensely, as you scheme to beat your "friend", who will no doubt be an enemy after a few sessions of Return Fire.
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Project Nomads
Project Nomads is a computer game by Radon Labs released in 2002. It is set on the fictional planet Aeres, a fantastic world of gigantic floating islands, which are the remnants of the planet from before it exploded. After Aeres broke apart, the few surviving inhabitants settled on the drifting fragments of the planet. You are a nomad, a restless soul forever in pursuit of adventure. You wander across the planet on your island, discovering mysterious artifacts and exploring the ruins of the long dead race of Master Builders. The only place to fall to is the Sea of Flames, the very bottom level of this new world.
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Golf Resort Tycoon
Here is the video game “Golf Resort Tycoon”! Released in 2001 on Windows, it's still available and playable with some tinkering. It's a simulation and sports game, set in a golf, managerial and real-time themes.
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Golf Resort Tycoon
Here is the video game “Golf Resort Tycoon”! Released in 2001 on Windows, it's still available and playable with some tinkering. It's a simulation and sports game, set in a golf, managerial and real-time themes.
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Skyrim's Most Ambitious Mod Ever
Beyond Skyrim is a collection of modding teams attempting the impossible: to recreate nearly every single province in Tamriel. Here is their story.

The size and density of Skyrim was already staggering, but a collective of modding teams is aiming to make it even bigger. “Beyond Skyrim” is more than a single modding project. It’s a cooperative collective of modding teams, each tackling massive chunks of Tamriel landmass. In this in-depth video, we take a closer look at the huge undertaking, its inspirations, and its potential perils and pitfalls.
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Explosive eruptions, "ballistic rocks" possible from volcano in Hawaii
The potential for "explosive eruptions" from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano in the coming weeks is rising, which could result in pebble-sized projectiles being sprayed several miles from the fissures, according to the United States Geological Survey (USGS). Officials in Hawaii said late Wednesday that a 15th fissure opened up.

Scientists have no real prediction as to when or where the lava will flow -- or when it will end.
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Epic Sax Guy
Listen to the new epic sax guy...
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Fortnite Week 10 Challenges Leaked: Skydive Through Floating Rings
As has become the norm before the release of each set of weekly challenges in Fortnite: Battle Royale, the upcoming objectives have been leaked. We now have at least a sense for what the next challenges will ask you to do for Week 10--the final leg of Season 3--whether you're playing on PS4, Xbox One, PC, or mobile.

As discovered through Fortnite Tracker, which uncovers data hidden in the game's files, Week 10 involves the usual array of things to do. Some, like eliminating opponents, are tasks you'll likely do without going out of your way; others require you to spend some time in certain areas, such as searching chests in Fatal Fields. Others are a bit more specialized, like racking up headshots.

Week 10 will seemingly introduce a new game element. Following an early challenge that wanted you to land on certain targets, one in Week 10 asks you to skydive through floating rings. Another will have you scouring the map in search of a point between a "Stone Circle, Wooden Bridge, and a Red RV." We'll have a guide helping you with all of this once the challenges are live on Thursday, April 26.

Fortnite Week 10 Challenges

Search Chests in Fatal Fields (7) -- 5 Battle Stars

Deal Headshot Damage to opponents (250) -- 5 Battle Stars

Search a Chest in different Named Locations (12) -- 5 Battle Stars

Skydive through floating Rings (10) -- 5 Battle Stars

Hard: Search between a Stone Circle, Wooden Bridge, and a Red RV -- 10 Battle Stars

Hard: Eliminate Opponents (10) -- 10 Battle Stars

Hard: Eliminate opponents in Pleasant Park (3) -- 10 Battle Stars

Weekly challenges, despite the name, are typically available for more than a week, although this is the final week of Season 3. Anyone who purchases the Battle Pass has the entirety of Season 3 to complete them. You can see all the Fortnite skins and rewards up for grabs with this Battle Pass to get an idea of what awaits if you dive in.

Whether or not you've purchased the Season 3 Battle Pass, you can log in to claim some free Battle Stars to help you earn some rewards: Epic Games recently granted some freebies to all players to make up for server issues. Meanwhile, it's removed the Guided Missile, which proved to be a contentious addition.
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NVIDIA Inpainting Uses AI To Magically Rebuild Corrupted Or Damaged Images
NVIDIA researchers have come up with some new artificial intelligence (AI) technology that can help fill in the blanks with respect to images that have either been corrupted or otherwise having missing details. With a team lead by NVIDIA's Guilin Liu, missing pixels can be quickly reclaimed with stunning results.
This process, which NVIDIA calls image inpainting, can be used not only for restoring missing image pixels, but also for removing an unwanted object from a scene and filling it back in. If this sounds familiar, it's because Photoshop has been able to perform similar operations with Content-Aware Fill, which was introduced in the CS5 release.

However, NVIDIA goes a step further given that inpainting was trained using 55,116 random streaks and holes to improve its performance. Another 25,000 were generated to further test the algorithm's accuracy. 

“Our model can robustly handle holes of any shape, size location, or distance from the image borders,” wrote the NVIDIA researchers in a paper on inpainting. “Further, our model gracefully handles holes of increasing size.

“To the best of our knowledge, we are the first to demonstrate the efficacy of deep learning image inpainting models on irregularly shaped holes.”

NVIDIA of course has plenty of high-powered hardware to pull from for its machine learning exercises, and in this case used Tesla V100 GPUs linked up with a cuDNN-accelerated PyTorch deep learning framework.

To see NVIDIA image inpainting in action, simply take a look at the embedded video above. The results are remarkable, especially when looking at woman's "gouged out" eyes being replaced with two new ones. The results aren't always perfect, but it's still a remarkable achievement that shows a lot of promise.

Eventually, NVIDIA says that its image inpainting technique could be integrated into photo editing software.


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Top of Google Search
I'm proud to announce that if you do a Google Search of "oldassgeek" I am top of the search with several posts. However, they point to the wrong site since I am now a member of the Burnersites community and this is my new blog 😃

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