Monday, 27 October 2008

Empire Total War - Campaign Map Gameplay

This trailer for Empire: Total War focuses on how the Campaign Map helps you to organize your forces and manage resources.

The game switches between a turn-based management mode and real-time strategy for in your face combat.

Tuesday, 21 October 2008

Free Flying Game

If you like Flight Sims, you'll love this game and it is completely free, it gose by the name of TargetWare

is all about enabling you, the player, to determine the kind of fligh sim experience you want. Targetware is...

Tools to Build "Your" Sim -- Targetware's entire system is designed to make it easy for enthusiasts to create their own content. From planes and terrain to flight models and scenario rules, the Targetware system is user-editable. Did we miss your favorite plane? You can create it, upload it and share it with your fellow players. Want to create an entirely new campaign set in South America, the Middle East or Antarctica? Play on other people's servers, or run your own, with your own rules. The tools are in your hands.

Community of Your Fellow Enthusiasts -- Communication with your fellow Targetware flyers is an integral part of Targetware, and not just in the game. Your Targetware account gets you into our BBS systems, lets you submit articles to our website, and lets you chat in real time with other players. You can form Squadrons, host flight nights, meet exciting new people and blow them out of the sky!

Just One Game, But a Whole Series -- When you sign up with Targetware, you get unlimited online access not only to our first, internally produced game, Target Korea, but also to all upcoming mods that use the Targetware engine, including Target Rabaul, set in the Pacific Theatre of World War 2, Target Tobruk, featuring the North African air battles of the same war, and Richthofen's Skies, with WWI aerial combat over France.

Tuesday, 14 October 2008

Call Of Duty 5

Released in North America on the 11th and in Europe on 14th of November 2008 ...Can't Wait!

For more info see COD HQ

Wednesday, 8 October 2008

Head Tracking for Desktop VR Displays using the WiiRemote

Using the infrared camera in the Wii remote and a head mounted sensor bar (two IR LEDs), you can accurately track the location of your head and render view dependent images on the screen. This effectively transforms your display into a portal to a virtual environment. The display properly reacts to head and body movement as if it were a real window creating a realistic illusion of depth and space. By Johnny Chung Lee, Carnegie Mellon University. For more information and software visit