Yet another airfield of misfits. The plane I’m using is actually a Hurricane MKIIb with night camo and German markings.
Yes doing this with Jagdpanzer 38t’s is a legitimate tactic in this game.
I decided to deploy my Pz.VI Tiger with Meriflage and was actually quite successful.
Custom mission that let me fly around and do nothing for 30 minutes as a V1 buzzbomb, would play again. For added Irony it spawns you on the British side flying towards France.
Derpy panther, same decals as my Zis-30.
Flak-tipping, a common game enjoyed by Finnish T-50’s. Really though I actually spawned like that.
Starbound, one of the games I actually quite enjoy. This post is less about how I feel about the game or the game itself but more about the ships I’ve made so far and a few random bits.
Generation 1 ship: I decided to make a custom ship after a server I joined had the mod and I saw some other creations, since I like the Avali designs I used those.
Generation 2 ship: just a recolor of the gen 1
Generation 3 ship: a more militarized version of the Gen 2 to fit with my character who was actually an Avali this time.
Generation 4 ship: A hulking monstrosity built with some inspiration from 40k and my own liking for box-shapes.
In the non ship category we have a screenshot from a planet I terraformed, over 400k blocks removed from it’s surface.
A science experiment with Starfoundry that crashed my friend’s computer.
I reinstalled Gmod to continue the crapfest that is Gmod…
We start with a custom Dalek I made way back before I uninstalled the game.
From the most recent install is my up-armored Puma SCar (and yes, I’m playing as a bandit from STALKER)
Naked Snake serving Strelok in the bar from STALKER. Another great product brought to you by boredom.
Got pretty big into derping about with trains in Gmod, didn’t have any trains so I improvised.
The new tda Append Miku model that I’ve been using for a player model, very impressive quality actually.
Room clearing with an MG42 after forgetting I had the gib-mod still on (headshots make enemies explode).
A little tank I made, doesn’t shoot but it’s fun to drive and can turn 360 in place.
A big Big Zam ragdoll that just kinda sinks down, I think it is 1:1.
Payday 2 glitches, some of the funniest things in the game. Aside from the glitches we have strange placement of dead bodies and that damn creepy santa mask that looks like it wants to consume your soul.
This is the 3rd boss from CrackleCradle, an extremely fun and challenging game I just happened to stumble upon one day while surfing Japanese websites.
I had a lot of different things I could screenshot from the various death scenes (think Tomb Raider and Prince of Persia) to the various types of enemies but I chose the third boss. The third boss is significant for probably being one of the hardest bosses in video games, capable of instantly killing the player in various ways.
- Grapple Arm - Smashes the player against the wall or crushes them.
- Drill Arm - Pretty sure you can guess what this does
- Rocket Launchers - Just in case you try to run away
- Feet - smash the player against the walls
- Spike guns - On each side if you stick around too long
- Rollers - If you fall towards the center of the front, goodbye.
- Gatling gun - On the back to shoot at you if you fall
- Acid - That shaft is filled with it at the bottom if you fall
So that about sums it up, this whole post is more-or-less a tribute to a ridiculously hard bossfight I spent way too long trying to beat and the game it is from.
Did you know, 100 years ago today, a bunch of guys got mad at each other, dug holes and sat in them.
Historical fact simplified for the modern age.
The original Rogue Trooper, by Staz Johnson.
I remember first learning about this from the PS2 game, good times.
So my old laptop “The Toaster” has decided to have an identity crisis, in which it has become uncertain as to whether it is German, Japanese, or English. It’s kinda funny until you need to know just what you are doing.
Notice how instead of “/” it is using the symbol for yen, the dates are German, and the obvious Japanese menu.
I should also note that the nickname “The Toaster” comes from the 3+ times it tried to catch fire, apparently heating to the point of being dangerous as hell is common for the CQ62.
A good friend and I spent the latter part of a day and morning making this.
Time well spent.