If, like us you’re a Minecraft addict and you know what you’re doing with .jar files, @jeb_ has kindly uploaded these for your blocky-pleasure:
The client: http://assets.minecraft.net/1_9-pre5/minecraft.jar
And the server: http://assets.minecraft.net/1_9-pre5/minecraft_server.jar
To promote their new DLC for Dragon Age 2 (scheduled for release on October 11th), BioWare are releasing a 6 part live action show.
Called Dragon Age: Redemption (perhaps referring to BioWare’s attempt to woo the disappointed players of the last game), will be released to coincide with the games release.
What the heckins? Grab your pitchforks villagers, apparently Epic and Adobe have been dancing around their cauldrons to bring you an unholy version of the Unreal Engine 3 that runs on flash.
The new DLC for Portal 2 was released today for free!
A quick catchup for those of you who haven’t played a Portal game; and if that includes you, I’d highly recommend playing the demo to Portal 1 which can be found on Steam. Put simply this game combines logical puzzle solving, Escher-esque physics and traditional FPS mechanics. The puzzles involve getting from point A to point B with an obstacle or twelve inbetween. The Portals create a fun and noggin-bending mechanism for getting around the levels. Well worth a look if you’ve not played it before.
If it wasn’t enough that the kind folks at Valve were giving away the Portal 2: Peer Review DLC today, they have knocked down the price of the game to £9.99. So now even the hardest of cheapskates can now have their minds’ bent in odd ways. Go get it from the Steam Store.
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