Archive for May 2010

Eye Candy for D&D Encounters – Session 11

More Season 1 D&D Encounters eye candy. Session 11 is entitled, “Charnel Pit.” I’m going to be there tonight – come hell or high water.

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Eye Candy for D&D Encounters – Session 10

D&D Encounters visuals are back. My flash has been getting too bloated. I’m experimenting with making smaller files. Session 10 is entitled, “Myconid Infestation.” Sounds like it’s going to be a good one. I hope I don’t miss it.

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Eye Candy for D&D Encounters – Session 9

The next shipment of D&D Encounters eye candy has arrived. It’s the beginning of Chapter 3. This week’s session is entitled, “Broken Tower.”

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Eye Candy for D&D Encounters – Session 8

New visuals for D&D Encounters. Better late than never.

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D&D Surface 20 minute gameplay demo

Carnegie Mellon’s Entertainment Technology Center has finally released a game play demo of Surfacescapes. They have editted the video down to twenty minutes. I love the sedated voiceover on top of the laughing and gaming chatter in the background. Stop everything and check out this video.


Surfacescapes Second Semester Demo from Surfacescapes on Vimeo.

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