Cyan Worlds will always have a special place in my heart. Most current nerds from my generation remember Myst, and the series of sequels that followed it. With early hints of steampunk style, daring world creation, and intelligent challenges it was and will always be an inspiration to my creative works.
Seriously, who comes up with water that can defy gravity when heated and a base 5 number system written in a unique language?
Video games FTW! Well, actually the study doesn’t sound that solid and may not hold with more testing. But the premise is reasonable and interesting: Games forcing kids to process multiple inputs help them keep things straight while reading.
Sweet 3D renderings of tiny creatures reveals that the zerg exist. I can’t seem to embed movies here so you’ll have to go to the site. My favorite is the isopod.
I was so happy when I found this pic in a resolution fit for modern large screen wallpapers. I love the spooky mystery it evokes, and the imaginative design, not to mention the hours of fun I had playing this game in high-school.
First one to ID the game this comes from gerts 1200 Schrute bucks