And getting Tyranobuilder games working too.
This article aims to chronicle my experiences with getting RPG Maker and Tyranobuilder games made for Windows running successfully on Linux.
First off, these instructions are written with Linux Mint in mind, a popular version of the Linux operating system. This process has been successful on Linux Mint versions 19.x and 20.x in my experience. The steps to perform will probably be very similar for Ubuntu users as well, since Mint is a derivative of Ubuntu. …
You’re here to experience your own life, not someone else’s.
Most of us, by the time we reach what society deems an appropriate external age to call “adulthood,” we have established ways of looking at the world, and at ourselves. They will naturally change over time as we go through life, whether we recognize that or not.
But how often do we really examine these views we hold? Have you ever questioned yours? Where did they come from? How long have you held them? How do they make you feel inside when you consider them? …
The “hidden gem” of mindfulness tucked away inside a classic puzzle game.
I remember back almost 9 years ago, when I first got Bejeweled 3 on my PC. I was still in my 20s then, and it was the first Bejeweled game I had actually owned. I hadn’t played Bejeweled since the original game in its browser version back in the early 2000s, but I remembered enjoying it, so I decided to try out the newest game in the franchise at that time.
Bejeweled 3 was a considerable upgrade. It maintained the same core experience that made the original game…
Would you still play without the combat?
“I want to explore this beautiful world and discover its secrets, without having to fight or kill anything.” By the time I reached Kakariko Village during my first journey through Hyrule in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, this was my desire made plain.
Never before had I encountered a game world so ripe with possibilities for exploration. Never before had there been a Hyrule so vast and expansive, and so breathtaking. …
Creativity in video games is vital, and your choices send a powerful message.
There’s an old, tired debate, about the potential impact of violent video games on the people playing them.
Various groups and organizations have studied the evidence over the past few decades. The American Psychological Association alone lists 163 results on its website when searching for “violent video games” as a topic. There are news media reports, and historical court cases surrounding these concerns. There’s even a Wikipedia page devoted to the subject at large.
Whether or not playing violent first person shooters is going to bring out…
I’ve a knack for tutorials & how-to’s, unusual perspectives that express themselves thru words, and I love writing about video games, especially wholesome ones.