Monthly Archives: February 2006

16×16 pixel games!

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Guimp (the world’s smallest website) has rather cunningly squeezed Pong down into a really quite tiny 18 pixels square playing field.

Mini Game

The paddles are three vetical pixels, and the ball just one. Yep… It’s that small.

It’s a cool idea for the novelty factor. I’d hate to play any kind of tournament on this thing. My eyes are still hurting.

Go and play it, if you can!

Also on Guimp is a tiny Pac Man, Asteroids and a type of Space Invaders game. Good fun if you’re about 30 pixels tall.” Quoted from Re-Retro

P.S It’s My Birthday

Hey Hey 16k

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For those who have fond memorys of their BBC, Commadore, Amiga, Atari ST, Spectrum and ZX81’s, check out Hey Hey 16k.

Maya Learning Edition

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Maya Personal Learning Edition is a special version of Maya®, which provides users with free access to Maya for non-commercial use. Maya Personal Learning Edition gives 3D graphics and animation students, industry professionals, and those interested in breaking into the world of computer graphics (CG) an opportunity to explore all aspects of the award winning Maya Complete™ software in a non-commercial capacity. Those using Maya Personal Learning Edition have access to the main toolsets of Maya Complete including modeling (NURBS, polygon, subdivision surface), animation, inverse kinematics, Maya Artisan™, Maya Paint Effects™, particles, dynamics, toon shading and Maya’s software and hardware renderers. The Maya Personal Learning Edition restricts users to non-commercial applications through the display of a watermark on images as well as through the use of a special non-commercial file format.Maya!