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Gaming Discussion / Games which aren`t about storyline
« on: May 05, 2021, 08:45:00 pm »
Hi guys, I would like to know some games which are not about storyline, just for training mouse clicking (aim),reaction speed,logic or just games which can give you some adventures&fun. I can remember OSU and 2048, but looking for some new ones and for your own reviews:)

Programming / Re: Rom Hacking vs. Hacking
« on: January 18, 2021, 05:02:22 pm »
Did you guys hear about a famous hacking case during the summer of 2020, where a teen faked being tech support and calling employees at Twitter to get them into a website for "updates" but it was really a phishing account where he got access to the high level accounts at Twitter, then taking over valuable accounts and reselling them, and also got control of Obama, Biden, and other celebrity accounts where he asked followers for "donations" to a bitcoin site, where he earned millions?

Honestly, my favorite hacking stories are the ones where an experienced programmer exploits bugs in code to gain unauthorized access to account before they do whatever to it. This happens a lot on popular applications like Wordpress where they release updates every week and most are for minor stuff, but sometimes there is a major update and people are too lazy to install it. Honestly, I don't really condone defacing websites and people's hard work, but if there is a KKK web site, for example or something promoting hate speech, I don't mind too much if it is down for a couple months.

I also like histories like this.
But if to think about the guy who did it.. What was his target?
There were numerous hack attacks for all history and almost everybody was caught, he is just a usual hero of another website article..

If you can hack whole social media - seems like you are not idiot in cybersecurity xd so maybe he could go for some `white` activity  :'(

Programming / Re: Rom Hacking vs. Hacking
« on: December 23, 2020, 11:32:31 am »
I think this is just because gaming is still a culture,despite this is so popular. It is like UK music scene (do you know about it?) this is like USA hip-hop scene, but if you will spit over somebodys instrumental you will be charged for a money and maybe you will some other problems.
In England grime mc`s are sharing their culture via spreading their best material - for example, one producer did a great instrumental. He can just throw it out and somebody will purchase, but after the original purchase 10 or more mc`s will spit on it, and NOBODY will say that this is a fraud or these 10 mcs are thiefs because THIS IS CULTURE and there is something more than money.
About hacking - recently I have faced some real hacking case. My phone just `died` because of unknown spy app which just destroyed my battery (yes, it can happen), I discover that it was because of spy apps after I read some articles in internet, all symptoms were faced by my phone. Then I digged deep and found, that everyone(even under 18 people) can purchase these spy-track-call recording etc crack app for a couple of dollars, the first website I`ve seen with a certain offer was the teen safe, so these digits are real, you can watch for anyone who you need for around 10$ or something like this without them knowing.
I don`t know why manufacturers are still keeping silence? Or they are in tight with these app developers?

I think that you don`t have to play games to learn Japanese properly. All you need is a synergy with teacher and also you must be able to create a situation when you need to learn language, gaming is one of this ways but for example you can start making your own blog. If you are not sure in your writing skills you can go for 3rd party services like this or you can find some japanese remote work instead of blogging. Every game brings casualty in any activity, so I advise you to practice with words and people, not keyboards and controllers.

Now I am inspired by cyberpunk.
It teaches me to use my patience xd

Programming / Re: Learning how to make a map editor
« on: October 16, 2020, 02:43:22 pm »
Are you a spambot? Because you sound like a spambot.  (Especially as it is difficult to see how your comment remotely relates to the discussion.)
Why do you think so? I am just sharing my life experience, that is.

Programming / Re: Learning how to make a map editor
« on: October 16, 2020, 02:26:37 am »
I think you can go for creating real town map. You must able to navigate in the city needed, also you can go for hidden spy apps for android to watch for partners route if you are working with somebody for drawing/documenting the area.
I have tried the same way for making a real town map (it was a poor design and gameplay game) but people from our city were playing it because of atmosphere. Especially thats actual for the lockdown!  :laugh:
Hope it can be helpful for you!

Personal Projects / Re: Might and Magic Restoration
« on: August 09, 2020, 03:20:57 pm »
nostalgia  :'( Looking great, was playing it when I was a kid and it attracted me because of a color schemes

Gaming Discussion / Re: What to play next? (retro AA & ARPG edition)
« on: August 09, 2020, 04:40:33 am »
what about ultima? did you try it?

only with Max Payne, just remember how beatiful he was in first and how...and how he looked in a 3rd  :laugh:
No alcohol and cigarettes for 2 years!

So you are busy for real ;D I think you can just find some freelancers (I am not the one xd) but I am interested in that, recently I`ve found an article ( so there is a detailed description with advantages and disadvantages.

I am also game developer, but I am making physical game (Card Game, if to be certain) dedicated to battle-rap, and I know that it is not about WORK,that is about inspiration and sometimes it is hard to find energy and power to carry those little things like translation.

Gaming Discussion / Re: Does anyone know what game this is?
« on: August 08, 2020, 08:54:47 am »
I forgot the name of game.. It wasn`t popular I think.. I was playing it in 2011-2012 years, it was offline for sure,single player. There were a guns for your character,1st point of view and magical skills. Also it was able to make your weapon better by some materials which were dropping from mobs(pitty I dont remember their models etc)..

Gaming Discussion / Re: Favorite period for each genre?
« on: August 08, 2020, 08:49:15 am »
MMO games from 2006 till 2011~
Shooters 2008-2016
MOBA games 2012-2016
Racing games 2006-2011

These are my favorite genres, especially MMO in 2010 year.. That was wonderful  :-[

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