Monday, January 17, 2011

Mid-Winter Cleaning

Did some quick clean-outs of my blog roll and got rid of those that hadn't updated in at least six months and then added the new blog from Ossian-mate Nemorem (aka Mat Jobe). There are some interesting posts there already, including one about the modding scene for DA, so check it out.

In other news, the composer of the music for TMGS, Strange Cat Productions, has released the TMGS soundtrack on Amazon with all the tracks remastered and a couple bonus tracks too. A quick perusal shows that it's something like 90 - 100 minutes of music. If you enjoyed the music and want to support a guy who's just breaking into the business, this would be a great (and reasonably inexpensive) way to do it.


Nemorem said...

Hey Tiberius. Thanks for the plug (and the interesting comment on the romance post - hadn't thought of that).

Anonymous said...

Hey Thanks for that!

Here I am talking about the music in you game and the sound track.


nicethugbert said...

I've said it before, but, I'll say it again because I'm not sure you'll see it otherwise.

Tiberius, you have a talent for linking theory to implementation, form to function, role to class, and weaving a tapestry of ideas then making it so.

Please don't deprive the player base of the fruits of this much needed talent.

Besides making modules, I think you should alpha test them. Doing so just long enough to impart some of your perspective on the budding module would be a great help.

Mr. Reider, Kamal, and Lugaid of the Red Stripes are all making class based modules. I'm sure they'll do a great job. But, I'm sure they'll do even better with a like mind to work with.

Plus, you could help introduce a little more dimension to more general modules by helping to flesh out the NPCs, companion's, and PC's roles a bit more than usual.

You could be a President among Presidents. C'mon, you know you want to sign that statement, state that signing, and lob the nucular football. You can't help yourself. Best of all, you can do it in your spare moments; just a little consulting on the side, Presidential style.

Tiberius209 said...


Maybe. I appreciate the sentiment. If they ask, that's one thing, but I hesitate to just butt my nose into other peoples' projects as if assuming they need my help or even want my advice.

I do have a couple irons in the fire at the moment. I've refrained from announcing anything because, once announced, I then feel I have to finish.. uh, that which I announce.

nicethugbert said...

Module Builders are asking for testers all the time in the module forum.