Glen McNamee
Steam Logo Duplicate Steam Keys
Posted on May 29, 2016 in Gaming

I have a lot of spare Steam Keys for games I already own. I’d really like to swap these duplicates for games I don’t already own, or failing that just give them away to nice people I know in real life or online.

How Game UK wasn’t hacked but Video Game News sites were.
Posted on Jan 16, 2012 in Gaming

Earlier today a story broke on Softepedia (I think they were first, I may be mistaken), written by their “Security News Editor”, stating Videogame retailer Game website had been hacked and user details including email and passwords had been posted on line, specifically on pastebin.

Project Zomboid
Posted on Mar 31, 2011 in Gaming

I’ve writen a post over at Obsolete Gamer about Project Zomboid an interesting independent game that is currently in development

Breaking it Down
Posted on Feb 15, 2010 in Film, Gaming, Life

You may have noticed this rather dramatic image. However don’t fear, I’m not acting out for the attention (well, at least not anymore than normal). It’s just a little note to say I’m going to be reducing the amount of time I spend on the internet, as I want to prioritise other areas of my […]

January 2010 so fat.
Posted on Jan 25, 2010 in Books, Gaming, Life

You know what? Writing blog posts is rubbish, it’s such a bloody chore that I’ve got about 425 things I’d rather do, including wash the dishes, and that’s without really thinking about it, I could come up a few thousand more things I would rather do if I thought about it for another minute or […]

The Aquatic Games on Jim’ll Fix It?
Posted on May 13, 2009 in Gaming

After the James Pond 2 Robocod post, I got a message from on Facebook asking “Remember also Aquatic Games?” It’s a good question, although I didn’t own the game, I do remember The Aquatic Games, it was a underwater Olympics style game featuring James Pond. The Interesting thing is this question awakened another Aquatic Games […]

Classic Amiga Games – James Pond 2 Robocod
Posted on Apr 26, 2009 in Gaming

The is the first post of Classic Amiga Games, where I look at some of my favourite Commodore Amiga Games. Our first game was released in 1991 James Pond Robocod 2, is the second game to feature James Pond, (I never played the first one) and is an all time classic game, and not just […]

My Top Commodore 16 and Plus/4 Games
Posted on Mar 6, 2009 in Gaming

I didn’t always have a Commodore 64, in fact I didn’t get a C64 until 1988 when my mother was left a small amount of money in by recently deceased uncle.  Before I got the c64 I did own it’s cheap and cheerful little sister a Commodore Plus/4 (connect to a black and white portible TV). […]

Playing PC games with a Wiimote
Posted on Feb 22, 2009 in c64, Gaming, Technology

I’ve found out recently that it is possible to use a Wiimote to play PC games, so I thought I would share. What you’ll need A Wiimote A Bluetooth Enabled PC (or Bluetooth Dongle) BlueSoleil bluetooth software (this method doesn’t appear to work for me with Microsoft’s own Bluetooth Stack) GlovePie   Connecting the Wiimote Make sure your […]

Pong to Kong
Posted on Feb 20, 2009 in Gaming, Life, Technology

 During this weeks school half-term holidays the boy, my big sister and I visited the Pong To Kong exhibition at Dorman Museum. This exhibition traces the origins of electronic games in 1972 up to the present day.  (The title would suggest it goes from Pong (1972) to Donkey Kong (1981) but I guess they couldn’t find  a modern […]

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