31 March 2013

Still playing AOM and never get bored

This long weekend I got a visit from my only sister and we going out a lot. After that I want to post about new chm books that I made from mirroring Mozilla's MDN and cppreference.com as well as some others but my mood went off after yet another bitter experience with stackoverflow, this time I try to answer (or to help) but a web whizkid playing words with me and I lose. I think for a while and baffled... wow it's hard to give a help (the "help" is there, but the "give" is denied) whatever, I learn my mistake. Anyway the book might handy for people with limited internet access like me, and will be part of my mingw distro. But instead of uploading it, I play AOM to kill some free time, playing god.

The game is from 2002, I played it for the first in mid-2003 in my freshman year at college. That's a decade! I'm not really a gamer though, but I will play another if one release something like AOM (with deep customization mod), anyone know?. AOM is cool, I mod around  the game a lot and that amplify the "playing god" aspect. Such as create a super-blessed force vs 6 AI players in titan level or just challenge the AI with tricky map, ok the AI is not that great (for today standard). Also AOM teach history (of myth) too, would great is there is at least 8 Civilizations, beside the existing three (excluding the ridiculous atlantis), add one from one of many african (not egypt) civilization, Babylonia, India, Chinese (Japan also share a lot similarities) and one of native american. Those sure have good myth creatures to play :) hmmm the gods vs gods or add a robotic civilization so it will be the gods vs machine. lol

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