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  • Analysis
    5 years ago
    +23 23 0

    The world's most boring television ... and why it's hilariously addictive

    You've heard about slow food. Now here's slow ... TV? In this very funny talk, Norwegian television producer Thomas Hellum shares how he and his team began to broadcast long, boring events, often live -- and found a rapt audience. Shows inc ...

  • Current Event
    5 years ago
    +4 4 0

    The Communist Computer Club for Kids

    The Cuban government runs its own World of Warcraft server and hawks pirated American media to the masses.

  • Review
    5 years ago
    +2 2 0

    [You Should Buy] Darkest Dungeon

    Lately I've been playing Darkest Dungeon, an indie RPG by Red Hook Studios. It came out on Early Access a while ago, but it's definitely lived up to the hype.

  • Image
    5 years ago
    +4 4 0

    Wall-e gets transported to Warhammer 40,000

    Can this tiny little robot survive in the world of giant warrior monks in power armor?

  • Current Event
    5 years ago
    +16 16 0

    RollerCoaster Tycoon World Announced for Early 2015 Release - IGN

    Late as heck, but still "news". What do you guys think? Is RCT2 still king?

  • Current Event
    5 years ago
    +1 2 1

    Banksy's Dismaland: 'amusements and anarchism' in artist’s biggest project yet

    Art show on 2.5-acre seafront site in Weston-super-Mare features Cinderella crash scene, post-riot model village and cardboard airport security

  • Text Post
    5 years ago
    +5 5 0

    What is Neurospasta?

    I think it's a future version of Pathfinder or something. It looks pretty nice, what with all the robots and cyborgs and futuristic high tech junk, but I dunno for sure what it is. I'd need to find a DM for it if it does end up something good because I'm a terrible leader.... and I already have plans for a few other games. I'd love to know if this is worth considering.

    Here's a link to (what I think is) the homepage: http://www.diasexmachina.com/Games-NeuroSpasta.htm

  • Deal
    5 years ago
    +2 2 0

    Warhammer 40,000: The Forge World Webstore is now open!

    Not only is GW giving us a new store, it comes with two special offers!

  • Question
    5 years ago
    +27 27 0 x 1

    Artists: What's your story?

    What is your motivation for making the art you do?

  • Text Post
    5 years ago
    +68 68 0

    How can we make Snapzu's member base bigger?

    During the great Reddit Exodus in July, a bunch of us came over and settled these fertile lands. However... it still looks kind of empty here. I'd like a bunch more people to join, but taking away the invite system would expose us to a lot of troll accounts, bots, etc. What are some ways we can actively promote Snapzu? I mean, this site even has a Twitter account and everything, it's not like they don't try.

    EDIT: Whooaaaaaa, I'm on the front page! I'd like to thank the Academy, my mother, and my amazing, flawless hair for getting me here!

  • Expression
    5 years ago
    +13 13 0

    Fear of a Blank Canvas- What stops you from making art?

    Are you overwhelmed by a blank canvas? Are you missing inspiration? Come and discuss what you can do to get back to doing what you love!

  • Current Event
    5 years ago
    +8 8 0

    Street art with a message of hope and peace

    What does this gorgeous street art say? It's Arabic poetry, inspired by bold graffiti and placed where a message of hope and peace can do the most good.

  • Text Post
    5 years ago
    +1 1 0

    /t/tabletopgames

    I'm the chief of /t/warhammer, a very popular tabletop game, and I have regular games with my Dungeons and Dragons group. I am very much into board games and such, and I was thinking that since the chief of this tribe has been missing for over a month and no new content has been added to the tribe, I could reclaim the tribe and enact the ideas I have for it!

  • Expression
    5 years ago
    +2 2 0

    Here are a few Warhammer 40,000 games you may have forgotten are coming out

    This is a list of 40k games coming out or already out that have already been announced, but which some people may have missed. Get ready to praise the Emperor!

  • Current Event
    5 years ago
    +17 17 0 x 1

    A Museum Let Street Artists Do Whatever They Want On Its Walls. Here’s The Result

    Many street artists are often discredited for their chosen line of art. They proved everyone wrong with this.

  • Text Post
    5 years ago
    +3 3 0

    [You Should Buy] Invisible Inc, especially if you liked XCOM: Enemy Unknown

    Invisible Inc is a turn based strategy game involving stealth and espionage. Does that mesh well together? That sentence seems a bit strange, doesn't it? A turn based stealth game. You'd think it doesn't, but one glance at some gameplay will convince you (here's some, take a look at the Steam page: http://store.steampowered.com/app/243970/)

    In this game, you take control of Invisible's agents in the field and infiltrate the world's most dangerous corporations. Stealth, precision, and teamwork are essential in high-stakes, high-profit missions, where every move may cost an agent their life. You'll sneak inside a building- a server farm, a vault, or a high profile office- and root around for corporate secrets and incriminating evidence of terrible deeds. You'll have to deal with relentless guards, high-tech defenses, and uncrackable software. Are you up for the challenge?

    It reminds me of XCOM: Enemy Unknown. Turn based gameplay, the player controls a small squad, you regroup from missions in a central HQ, and the game is also insanely hard. That's what makes it fun, the longer it takes you to finish a mission, the harder it gets. More guards spawn on the floor, security systems will go online (Those cameras that were inactive a few turns ago? They're watching out for you now), and things will just be a lot harder to complete. This makes for interesting gameplay- do you hack that computer in the other room and risk getting caught, or do you bail early and cut your losses?

    I encourage you guys to go get this game. It's on sale right now, and I can tell you that if you liked XCOM, you'll definitely love this game. Here's the Steam page: http://store.steampowered.com/app/243970/

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  • Text Post
    5 years ago
    +2 2 0

    /t/digitalart

    It's a big community, but the chief hasn't even logged in to his account in over a month. I'm creating a big art community with a bunch of tribes, I've already made /t/artrequest and /t/streetart, and I'm working with the chief of /t/artists. I'd like to reclaim this tribe to widen the art community- bring it all together so we can all experience a broader spectrum.

  • Text Post
    5 years ago
    +4 4 0

    [You Should Buy] ARK: Survival Evolved

    If you've played multiplayer survival games like Rust, DayZ, or 7 Ways to Die, you are familiar with what ARK: Survival Evolved is getting at- survival at any costs. In these online multiplayer games the player has one objective, and one alone: survive as long as you can, however you can. Everything will be against you, from the weather to hunger to other players. So why should you give ARK a try if Rust and DayZ have done the survival game thing before?

    You could say it's the dinosaurs. I mean, who wouldn't like to play in an island full of T-rexes and velociraptors? That's a nice change from just having to worry about human enemies, but there's more.

    It doesn't simply dump 60 players on a map, hand them a stick and then watch as everything goes like Lord of the Flies. It's a game you can play on it's own without other people- it has a single player mode you can choose if you're not into the whole multiplayer gig. It provides you with a living, breathing world that changes and adapts around you, with dinosaurs running in herds, hunting each other, establishing movement patterns, etc. The world is far more than just some rocks and grass.   However, that's not all. You can survive here, yes. You can dominate territory, yes. You can even hunt dinosaurs. But the real value of this game comes when you begin to flourish and start your own civilization. Those dinosaurs can be tamed and made into pets to protect your home... or gather raw material and go out to attack other players. Other players can be interacted with, whether it's outright killing them to imprisoning them. Tribes can be started to make a community in game, which can lead to massive tribal wars. In short, this game offers a dizzying amount of features, and they set it apart from other survival games.

    Another bonus is that the developers are obsessed with their work. If you like getting new stuff and updates, you're in for a treat! The devs of this game are constantly adding new dinosaurs, fixing bugs, and updating with new features and items all for free.

    In short, get this game now before the price goes up! You won't regret it! Here is the Steam link:

    http://store.steampowered.com/app/346110/

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  • Text Post
    5 years ago
    +9 9 0

    /t/gamersdilemma- Should you buy that game? We can answer that!

    Do you have a game in mind that you want to buy, but aren't sure if it's worth it? Are gameplay videos and YouTube reviews not cutting it? Here in /t/gamersdilemma, we can help you out with that! This tribe was created to recommend games, warn people about bad ones, and promote excellent games! At long last, never again have buyer's remorse... and defeat the gamer's dilemma!

  • Question
    5 years ago
    +14 14 0

    Who would be interested in a Warhammer 40,000 Book Club?

    Read good books, talk to friendly people, praise the Emperor in all his glory. What's not to like?